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What Greeks Bring to Society pt. 3

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 include Girl Scouts and Prevent Child Abuse America to name a few, the Delta Delta chapter has adopted the child advocacy center in Pike County. The child advocacy center is used for foster parents and the children to seek counseling in order to connect better with one another. The sisters of Kappa Delta have a […]

by · February 7, 2013 · Features
Troy University’s SOUPer Bowl Event

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 Super bowl on Sunday, Feb. 3, 43 students of Troy University watched the game on the TVs in upstairs Saga: for a cause. “So that means that four out of every 10 children don’t know where their next meal is going to come from,” said Cesar Jauregui during a commercial break. Jauregui, a sophomore broadcast […]

by · February 7, 2013 · Features

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 the Adelphean Society, Alpha Delta Pi was founded on May 15, 1851 at Wesleyan Female College in Macon, Ga. by Eugenia Tucker Fitzgerald and her five closest friends. ADPi is the oldest and the first women’s secret society in the world for college women, which is why you might see sisters sport the phrase, “First, […]

by · January 24, 2013 · Features
Chick-fil-A

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 lawn chairs lined the parking lot of Chick-fil-A  while participants of all ages mingled. The first 100 participants, of 18 years or older, will receive 52 Chick-fil-A coupons equivalent to $28,000 in free food if they are willing to wait 24 hours in advance of the grand opening. Of those in line, ATO brothers, Trevor […]

by · January 24, 2013 · Features