Brooke Annelise Brock (left), a senior collaborative elementary education (special education) major from Ozark, and Lisa Ann Saunders (right), a senior elementary education major from Dozier, dress as well-known characters from a Dr. Seuss story last Thursday. These students “Seuss-ed” the faculty by decorating doors in the department to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday and Read Across America. Theodor Seuss Geisel, the birthname of the well-known children’s book author and illustrator Dr. Seuss, was born on March 4, 1904. This last Tuesday marked Seuss’ 110th birthday.
(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.