10 questions for mathematics professor Kenneth Roblee

(CONTRIBUTED/ Kenneth Roblee) Kenneth Roblee is a professor of Mathematics and the chair of the Department of Mathematics. He joined Troy University in 2004. Rakshak Adhikari Staff Writer 1. What is your favorite thing about Troy? I like the university because I like working here. It is not a job that I dread going to which Read More

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Universal healthcare: A student’s perspective

(CONTRIBUTED/ Charlotte Pryor) Charlotte Pryor, a senior psychology major from Troy, interning in a medical clinic in Costa Rica this summer as a Benjamin A. Gilman Scholar. Charlotte Pryor Contributor One of the great opportunities gained from studying abroad in Costa Rica is learning firsthand the meaning of universal health care. Costa Rica offers universal health Read More

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Troy journalism student shares lifetime of adventure

Luke Brantley Variety Editor David Jackson is a broadcast journalism major from Montgomery. Like many journalism students, he has several classes in Wallace Hall and Patterson Hall. But unlike many of his classmates, Jackson is 53 years old. Jackson’s family is originally from Montgomery, but his father served in the U.S. Army. As a result, his Read More

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Crime report 2018: Drug, alcohol arrests up, other crime levels down

Emma Daniel News Editor The Troy University Annual Safety Report for 2018 showed a decrease in crime rates over the last three years, but a stark increase in drug and alcohol policy enforcement, according to Dean of Student Services Herbert Reeves. The 2018 report showed 42 arrests for drug abuse violations, 19 arrests for alcohol violations Read More

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