Fellow student remembered

Emma Daniel News Editor After a French student named Zoé Barc passed away, a memorial service was held to allow her friends and family to gather and celebrate her life and memory.   About 60 people…

Locals weigh in on renaming Troy street

Emma Daniel Staff Writer Debate continues to revolve around the effort to rename South George Wallace Drive, with Troy residents at odds. The effort to rename the street lies in whether the state or the…

First law fraternity chartered

Abby Taylor Online Content Editor Troy University’s first law fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta, has been chartered on campus with a pre-law chapter. According to Phi Alpha Delta’s website, “The purpose of this Fraternity shall be…

Special Olympic Games coming to Troy

James Shipma graphic Zach Henson Assistant News Editor Starting May 18, Troy University will host the Special Olympics Alabama State Summer Games for the 12th year in a row, according to Herbert Reeves, the dean…

Classroom dedicated to MLK

Zach Henson Assistant News Editor Students and community members gathered on Tuesday at Troy Elementary School to dedicate the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service Outdoor Classroom. “It’s something we’ve been looking forward to…

English seduction course stirs debate on campus

Zach Henson Assistant News Editor Noel Harold Kaylor, an English professor, will be teaching ENG 4400, “The Seduction of Women in Literature,” a Selected Topics course he has called “Fall Term 2018’s Most Controversial English…

Troy University Police acquires free military-grade equipment

Tori Bedsole News Editor The Troy University Police Department has acquired around $1 million in free equipment through a military program, according to University Police Chief John McCall. The Military Surplus Program, through the Defense…

Troy SGA adds second international seat to senate

Asem Abdelfattah Staff Writer The new Student Government Association (SGA) for the 2018-2019 academic year met for the first time this week, passing an amendment that will add another international seat to the senate beginning…

Greek Man and Woman of the Year named

Abby Taylor Online Content Editor Two members of the Greek community, Douglas Dick and Meredith Durden, received Greek Man and Woman of the Year awards. The awards were given to one male and one female…

Minorities class encourages nondiscrimination on campus

Emma Daniel Staff Writer In the wake of international harassment on campus, one class is making an effort to fight racism and bigotry. Brenda Campbell, an adjunct instructor in the social science department, is working…

Students, faculty honored at annual Honors Convocation

Abby Taylor Online Content Editor Students and faculty were recognized for their achievements at the annual Honors Convocation. The event was held on Monday, April 16, in the Claudia Crosby Theater for honorees and those…