Morgan Long to be President as students elect new SGA administration

Zach Henson Editor-in-Chief Pradyot Sharma Section Editor Morgan Long will be the Student Government Association (SGA) president for the 2019-2020 academic year; he won Wednesday’s general election with 51.99 percent of votes cast for president “I went crazy,” said Long. “(I) jumped up and down and was fist bumping my roommate. (I) couldn’t believe I had Read More

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Tax plan in need of a reality check

Pradyot Sharma Opinion Editor The Democratic Party may have endeared themselves to millennials with their compassionate approach to policy making but their policy decisions seem to suggest that as they move farther to the left, they are proportionately distancing themselves from reality.  Freshman Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has become the darling of the left for her policies Read More

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Real news is about truth, not sensation

Public service journalism demands that we report on relevant hot topics. Sometimes this may involve the mistakes of an organization or individual being cast in the limelight, leading people to ask, “Why are you concerned with my business?” Any fair journalist must be willing to answer this serious question before they take on an issue. An Read More

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Shakespeare’s ‘Shrew’: all the entertainment without the politics

  At a time when theater patrons look for currently relevant social messages in plays, Troy University Department of Theatre and Dance’s production of William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew” provides everything but that.  The main plot follows the story of Petruchio, played by Noah Williams, and his courtship of Katherina (Kate), a strong-willed woman Read More

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