Wild Lion Productions created by Troy student

  Alyse Nelson Staff Writer   Taylor McNelis, a videographer, has big plans for his YouTube shorts. McNelis, a junior marketing major from Colorado Springs, Colo., started recording, editing and publishing videos during the summer…

IMPACT drives Trojan Pride as active orientation experience

[caption id="attachment_912" align="alignnone" width="500"] 2013 Impact Leaders[/caption] By Alyse Nelson Staff Writer    The 2013 IMPACT sessions gave the freshman class a headstart on college and offered sixteen upperclassman leadership experience and summer employment. Cody…

Greek Week

by: Greek Week returns with a revamped team focus while continuing to strive for philanthropic excellence for all involved. Greek week will be held the week after spring break, March 18-23 with the exception of…

Will Thompson Interview

by: Cody Muzio   photo by: Kelcie Hathcock Trop: What made you decide to run for President in the first place?   Thompson: I decided I wanted to run for SGA president because, I saw…

University Detective Serves the Community

by: Karli Mauldin While Detective James Taylor is proud to serve the students at Troy University, he is above all grateful for the faculty and staff support he has received over the last five years.…

What Greeks Bring to Society pt. 3

by: Karli Mauldin photo from: Julie Murphy's Facebook The Delta Delta chapter of Kappa Delta (KD) at Troy University is proud to work so closely with their local philanthropy in Troy. While KD’s national philanthropies…

Troy University’s SOUPer Bowl Event

by: Emily Jackson photo by: Emily Jackson Civic Scholars put on their own “SOUPer Bowl” this year to raise awareness of hunger and poverty in Pike County. While millions of Americans sat around watching the…

What Troy Greeks Bring to Society pt.2

By: Karli Mauldin Last semester, the Greeks of Troy University were challenged to come forward and show what their organizations bring to society. The first sorority to come forward was Alpha Delta Pi. Originally called…

Chick-fil-A

By: Emily Jackson Troy students were among the crowd awaiting the grand opening of Troy’s first stand-alone Chick-fil-A restaurant Jan. 24, to get the chance to eat more chicken, free, for a year. Tents and…