Easter TV

This Sunday was more than baskets and egg hunts. It was full of basket cases and hunts for an army. Sunday night was a night only possible by the alignment of the stars, as both…

Citadel DLC review

BioWare’s final DLC for Mass Effect 3, the Citadel, has received favorable reviews and been enjoyed by many gamers. PC Gamer gave it a 90 out of 100, and they commented, “It’s affectionate and playful…

Long Tribute

by: The Troy University Symphony Band will be delivering a tribute to John M. Long in the form of a pair of concerts. The first is slated for tonight at 7 p.m. inside Claudia Crosby…

Trojan English & Art Students Collaborate

This year Troy University English majors and art majors are coming together to create an effective student collaboration. Troy University’s student-run literary journal, “The Rubicon,” ended taking submissions on Friday, and the nearly 80 submitted…

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”…