Letter to the editor: A way to help…

Mishal Shahid Contributor The earth is in trouble — species are disappearing, rivers and streams are running dry and rain forests are being destroyed. Clearly something is not working! Our system of environmental laws and…

What about the issues of ‘now’? A discussion…

Jessica Parker Contributor The annual M. Stanton Evans Symposium on Money, Politics and the Media, presented by the Hall School of Journalism and Communication, was held last Thursday in the Trojan Center Ballrooms, and Pulitzer…

Professor puts her best foot forward for cancer…

Bronte Pruitt Contributor The world gains a pink hue come the month of October. Ribbons, bracelets, even pom-poms for Friday night cheerleaders go pink to raise awareness for breast cancer. Come November, however, that color…

Ann Rosenheck: a symbol of hope

Santana Wood Contributor On Thursday, Nov. 5, students gathered for a rare opportunity to hear someone who survived through one of the most horrific episodes in modern history. "If there is anyone who embodies a…

Holocaust survivor shares stories

Kat Rogers Staff Writer “We had air, and if it was raining, we quickly licked the rain, and food, no food. It was unusual and terrible. And then we ended up in Auschwitz. It was…

Halloween Happenings

Santana Wood Contributor   Crisp, fall air has finally arrived, and Halloween is approaching. There are several fun, spooky things to do around Troy to celebrate the season.   Alysia Spivey, a sophomore communication major…

Welcome to ‘Family Feud’!

Quinta Goines Contributor A Troy University student had the opportunity to watch himself on the small screen this week. Denzel McGill, a senior business major from Birmingham, recently competed on the game show “Family Feud,”…

Phi Kappa Phi chapter recognized for work

Madina Seytmuradova Staff Writer The Phi Kappa Phi Chapter Recognition Program has recognized the Troy University chapter as a Chapter of Excellence for the 2014-2015 year. The Phi Kappa Phi honor society recognizes outstanding students…

Campus Kitchens expands services

Kat Rogers Staff Writer Troy University’s Campus Kitchens has inaugurated a program to start or expand local community gardens in order to provide services to other organizations within the Troy community. The main goal of…

How to deal with being single at Troy…

Tamela Staples Contributor Some college students might feel as though having a significant other in college is a requirement in order to enjoy the university experience, which is not the case at all. Alicia Kelley,…