The Thinker celebrates the end of Trojan football spring training. The helmet was placed on the statue Wednesday. The statue, created by Auguste Rodin, is bronze. It depicts a male figure hunched over, resting his chin on his hand in thought. This statue is usually associated with philosophy. The statue was a creation inspired by Dante’s epic poem The Divine Comedy. Many believe that the Thinker is supposed to represent Dante at the Gates of Hell in the poem.
(PHOTO/ Bishal Niroula) Left to right: Secretary Madison Castle, a junior from Lansing, Michigan; President Anna Laura Kirchharr, a junior English major from Uriah; Treasurer Matthew Parker, a junior from Niceville, Florida; and Vice President Indiana Poret, a senior social science major from Nice, France, are initiated into Phi Alpha Delta.
(PHOTO/ Zenith Shrestha) Troy Elementary students experience the outdoor classroom after Troy University volunteers cleaned up the nature trail.
(PHOTO/ Bishal Niroula) The revised flier now hangs in the English department.
(PHOTO/ TROY/Clif Lusk) Chief of Police John McCall displays some of the University Police Department’s equipment it acquired through the military program.
(PHOTO/ Asem Abdelfattah) The 2018-2019 SGA senate met for the first time Tuesday.
(PHOTO/ Emmie Haas) Douglas Dick (left) and Meredith Durden (right) received Greek Man and Woman of the Year awards.
(PHOTO/ Pawan Khanal) Chancellor Jack Hawkins and faculty raise their “Trojan swords” during the alma mater at the Honors Convocation on Monday night.
(PHOTO/ Google Maps) A group of students have started a petition to rename South George Wallace Drive, but is facing backlash from local politicians.