Tournées Festival grant brings French film festival to Troy University

Chase Robinson Copy Editor   An opportunity for Troy University students to be introduced to French film will be available this year thanks to a Tournées Festival grant. Auburn University was the only other university in Alabama to receive a Tournées Festival grant this year. Dr. Jim Sherry, French professor; Chris Shaffer, director of the Dothan Read More

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The Rubicon offers Troy University students a chance to get involved and write

Ngoc Vo Staff Writer   The Rubicon is Troy University’s student-run, student-established literary journal, a place for students whose affair with words is adoring yet rigorous to express themselves in the most intimate and satisfying way. Founded in 2009, the Rubicon has published various types of submissions including prose, poetry and nonfiction from committed students of Read More

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Microsoft

In a fit of irony, it’s Microsoft’s pony that is the last to cross the finish line in next generation’s console race. Despite the Xbox 360’s early 2005 arrival in the face of the PlayStation 3 and the Wii, the announcement of the console’s successor, codenamed “Durango,” is one that has been shrouded in relative mystery… Read More

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