Budding Artists Keep Art Scene Alive

By:  Jonathan Bryant Art By: Hannah Crews   This past weekend, Malone Gallery was home to an altogether different, yet equally impressive, kind of art. The Troy University Department of Art and Design hosted the…

Destiny of Shooters

by: Jonathan Bryant If there’s one common complaint facing shooters these days, it’s a near-universal lack of ambition. With the Call of Duty franchise dropping annually like sports titles (How long can warfare truly feel…

Friman Poetry

By: Jonathan Bryant Poetry enthusiasts and non-enthusiasts alike are in for a treat today at 4 p.m. in Hawkins Hall, where esteemed poet Alice Friman will be holding a poetry reading. Hopefully, students will get…

Chicago Preview

by: Zach Winslett Photos by: Visarut Pawawongsak Troy’s Department of Theatre and Dance is readying to “razzle and dazzle” on-campus audiences with its impressive female performers in “Chicago.” The musical centers on two murderesses, Velma…

Magic Show

By: Chase Roninson Photo by: Heather Alleman The Troy Arts Council presented Spencers Theatre of Illusion Tuesday night in Claudia Crosby Theater. The Spencers, Kevin and Cindy, used their skills at illusion to share their…

Frequency Studio

by: Jonathan Bryant A group of Troy’s most talented musicians will soon Frequency (often stylized as “frequency”), the John M. Long School of Music’s vocal jazz ensemble, will be delivering the second of its two…

“Home” Play Review

by: Amanda Lewis Photo By: Heather Alleman The true meaning of home is a question for every soul. Assistant Professor Quinton Cockrell of Troy University’s Department of Theatre and Dance directed the well-known play “Home”…

Identity Thief

By: Jill Odom “Identity Thief” dull and pointless, nothing funny about it. While “Identity Thief” held great promise— from the two lead actors Jason Bateman (“Horrible Bosses”) and Melissa McCarthy (“Bridesmaids”) to the hilarious trailer—all…

Apollo Night at Troy University

by: Kianna Collins Photos by: Heather Alleman Apollo Night, hosted by the NABJ, showcased the talents of eight individuals and left it to the crowd to decide who was the most talented. The announcer, Juan…

Journalism Reloaded

By:  Zachary Winslett   Traditional trains of thought are often deserving of respect, but they are not immune to scrutiny. Journalism has recently been faced with abandoning traditional thought, as the advent of news sources…

The Dark Knight Returns

By: Sawcy Potts Frank Miller’s legendary 1986 Batman story has been adapted for the two-part animated movie, “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns.” The 15th entry in the DC Universe Animated Original Movies series is finally…

Professor’s Pieces Pulled from Museum

By:  Jonathan Bryant Professor Edward Noriega, director of the Design Technology Industry (<dti>) Center, recently had three pieces of artwork withdrawn from the Heritage Hall Museum in Talladega. These works of art were deemed inappropriate…