Fraternity fundraiser supports local animal shelter

Rachel Goodwin Staff Writer Lambda Chi Alpha and Sigma Chi fraternities are working together on a Petpalooza supply drive to support the Pike Animal Shelter. Brady Long, a freshman resource and technology management major from…

International Education Week celebrates cultural diversity

Lirona Joshi Staff Writer Troy University is celebrating worldwide International Education Week (IEW) featuring cultural activities and seminars for all students. Maria Frigge, associate dean of international student services, said all the activities are organized…

Political clubs prepare for the election

Abby Taylor Online Content Editor The College Democrats campus organization will be representing Doug Jones  in the upcoming U.S. Senate election runoff against Roy Moore, while College Republicans are waiting for the GOP’s response before…

Debate tournament addresses hot topic issues

  Lilly Casolaro News Editor The Troy University Debate Club hosted a debate tournament on relevant topics and issues among several clubs and organizations to express open ideas. Charles Taylor, a sophomore history major from…

Ma-Chis to hold heritage celebration

Lilly Casolaro News Editor The Ma-Chis Lower Creek Indian Tribe of Alabama will be having a celebration of its faith and heritage this weekend. According to Vice Chief Nancy Carnley, the purpose of the event…

University and FarmHouse reach agreement after public backlash…

Sable Riley Editor-in-Chief University officials and FarmHouse have agreed that members undergo diversity training, according to a university statement issued on Wednesday, after receiving public backlash from a video taken on Halloween night. "Troy University,…

Anti-bullying summit is today in HAL Hall: Event…

Zach Henson Staff Writer The Troy University Office of Civic Engagement will hold an Anti-Bullying Summit to address bullying and harassment issues on campus. The event will be on Thursday, Nov. 9, in the Hawkins-Adams-Long…

Students can request absentee ballots to vote in…

Abby Taylor Online Content Editor Doug Jones, a Democratic candidate, and Roy Moore, a Republican candidate, will face off in the special U.S. senate general election to fill U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ previous seat…

Students express dining concerns at FACT meeting

Hayden Freese Staff Writer On Tuesday, Nov. 7, the Food Advisory Council of Troy (FACT) met, and students expressed dining concerns, some of which remain unresolved. The purpose of FACT meetings is to allow students…

Alabama Supreme Court hearing held on campus

Emma Daniel Staff Writer Lilly Casolaro News Editor The Alabama Supreme Court held an open hearing on Troy’s campus that was the first such event here since 1991, according to a University Relations press release.…

No new active cases of TB identified

Lilly Casolaro News Editor No additional active tuberculosis (TB) cases have been identified on Troy’s campus, according to Susan Wiggins, Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) TB program manager for the Southeastern District. Wiggins said…

FarmHouse video opens up discussion about race relations…

Ashley Brown  Staff Writer Matt Firpo  Opinion Editor Sable Riley  Editor-in-chief  Troy officials invited students to a town hall meeting, a discussion-based forum hosted the Student Government Association (SGA) and Troy’s NAACP (National Association for…