Troy University theater nationally honored

Ngoc Vo Staff Writer   “A Single Girl’s Guide,” Troy University’s very own musical, is among six shows that are heading to Roanoke, Va., for the regional Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival. According to…

Club attends local convention

  Kianna Collins Staff Writer   Fanaticon, the first fan convention in Dothan, held its first event, and the turnout was more than expected. The convention was partially funded by a public fundraising website Kickstarter.…

Launch loaded with talent

(PHOTO/April Irvin)   Zachary Winslett Arts and Entertainment Editor   Student and faculty readings, music, exciting announcements and – of course – free food will all be a part of the Rubicon’s winter launch party.…

Bands, buildings; the legacy of Long

  Victoria Bailey Contributor   In honor of Director of Bands emeritus John M. Long, Troy University is expecting the arrival of the new $7.5 million. state-of-the-art band facility in the spring of 2014. Long…

Fans anticipate new Pokémon game

  Jamal Carswell Staff Writer   “Pokémon X” and “Pokémon Y” are the newest installments to the Pokémon franchise. With these new installments come many new features. X and Y are the first handheld Pokémon…

‘Gravity’ floats away from rivals

  Zachary Winslett Arts and Entertainment Editor   Rarely does a film feel as immersive as Alfonso Cuarón’s “Gravity,” a space drama starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney. “Gravity” pits its characters against the humbling…

Workshop tunes up Frequency

(PHOTO/Joshua Thurston)   Kelsey Vickers Staff Writer   The Troy University John M. Long School of Music will be hosting two internationally known jazz musicians who will conduct a workshop for students in the vocal…

Minimalist, small play has big effect

(PHOTO/Jennifer Carlisle)   Josh Williams Staff Writer   Reviews are often designed to accomplish one of two things: either to convince readers to become audience members (or vice versa) or to relate criticism on the…