Matthew Thompson, a sophomore accounting and economics major from Montgomery, is the Student Government Association’s newly appointed president. “I am extremely humbled and excited for the opportunity to serve as the next SGA president,” Thompson said. “I am blessed by the people who surround me, and I would never have been in the position that I am without them. I am sincerely grateful for my supporters. I hope through my work ethic I will leave a lasting, positive mark on our great university.” Thompson won presidency with 52.8 percent of the student body vote. Thompson is the brother of Will Thompson, who served as SGA’s 2012-2013 president.
(CONTRIBUTED/Megan Sambenedetto) Mold was found on a Newman 100 resident’s shoes.
(GRAPHIC/ James Shipma) Raw eggs were allegedly thrown at students and campus property between Wednesday, Nov. 8 and Friday, Nov. 10. The Troy University Police is currently investigating to identify those involved.
(PHOTO/ Chloe Lyle) Noah Channell (left), a sophomore biomedical sciences major from Pace, Florida, and Austin Drew (right), a junior criminal justice major from Tampa, Florida, are collecting items to support Pike Animal Shelter.
Republican candidate Roy Moore (left) and Democratic candidate Doug Jones (right) will face off in a Senate election for the Alabama seat on Tuesday, Dec. 12. Political clubs on Troy's campus prepare for the upcoming election.
(PHOTO/ Nilotpal Mukherjee) From left to right: Bailey Wood, a freshman political science major from Trussville, Cameron Russell, a sophomore political science major from Ocala, Florida, and Alfonzo Johnson, a sophomore exercise science major from Wetumpka, competed on the Business Student Coalition team for the debate tournament Tuesday.
(PHOTO/ Olivia Daly) Shown above are Ma-Chis tribal members from last year’s annual powwow. This weekend, the tribe will be having a heritage celebration.
A President Donald Trump mask was worn by FarmHouse President Andrew Dearing in a video.
(GRAPHIC/ James Shipma) Absentee ballots available for students to vote in Senate election.
(PHOTO/ Nilotpal Mukherjee) Senator Kayla Mitchell, a sophomore biomedical sciences major from Andalusia and FACT chair, discusses student concerns from Tuesday’s FACT meeting.
(PHOTO/ Chloe Lyle) Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Lyn Stuart, appointed by Gov. Kay Ivey in April 2017, spoke at the hearing pre-reception on Tuesday night at the International Arts Center.
(GRAPHIC/ James Shipma) Tuberculosis is an airborne disease spread by being in close proximity with an infected person for an extended time.