‘The Seagull’ to showcase students’ efforts and ideas

Andrea Hammack Staff Writer Troy University’s Theatre and Dance Department is set to perform “The Seagull” by Anton Chekhov April 4 through April 6 at 7 p.m. in Malone Blackbox.  “The Seagull,” translated by Paul Schmidt, is a comedy about the trials humans face on a daily basis, and it asks questions about human nature, art Read More

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Movies celebrating inspirational women

Wolf Gang via Flickr photo Andrea Hammack Staff Writer During Women’s History Month, there’s nothing like curling up to a good movie that leaves you feeling inspired and full of emotions.  Here’s a list of movies to watch that will leave you either proud to be a woman, or proud to know the women in your Read More

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Women’s history month celebrated with concert by female faculty members

Abhigya Ghimire Staff Writer The month of March is celebrated as Women’s History Month all around the world, and to participate in the festivities, the female faculty of the music department were featured in a concert last Friday night.  Upon learning of the month’s importance, Rachel Nozny, an adjunct music instructor, wanted to spread awareness of Read More

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Well behaved women seldom make history

Lilly Barnett Staff Writer In light of the beginning of Women’s History Month, it’s a great time to celebrate the wonderful women in history who’ve broken glass ceilings and inspired us to be the best we can be.    1. Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-1797): Mary Wollstonecraft is known today as one of the first ever feminists, thanks Read More

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