Phi Kappa Phi receives merit award from national

  Patrick Stephens Staff Writer   The Troy University chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, the nations oldest and most selective scholastic honor society, has recently been named as a Chapter of Merit by the national…

Trojan Arena without physical American flag

  Patrick Stephens Staff Writer Troy student Rob Evers, a junior economics major from Baker, Fla., voiced his concern, not having an American flag in Trojan Arena, to the SGA. “I, like many of you,…

Troy for Troops to bridge the gap between…

  Jill Odom Variety Editor   Troy University’s new program called Troy for Troops serves as a bridge for veterans crossing between the military and academic worlds. Troy has a history of working with the…

Indian Students Association celebrates Diwali

  Valario Johnson News Editor     The Indian Students Association celebrated Diwali, a five-day Hindu celebration that focuses on the victory of good over evil, Saturday. Diwali, a festival of lights, serves to commemorate…

Troy University comes under fire

  Faith Karwacki Perspectives Editor   Harvard graduate and former Vice President of Programs at the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), Adam Kissel will be addressing free speech Wednesday, Nov. 6. This discussion…

ISCO plans November festival

(PHOTO/Visarut Pawawongsak)   Aigerim Toleukhanova Staff Writer   Food and entertainment from cultures around the world will be offered during Troy University’s annual ISCO Festival just before the Thanksgiving break. The sponsor is the International…

Nightwalk set for Nov. 12 after SGA

  Patrick Stephens Staff Writer   The Student Government Association welcomed guest speaker Brittany Clarke, leadership scholar in charge of the Student IT Committee, and discussed the upcoming Nightwalk at this Tuesday’s meeting. “What I…

IT Department initiative

(PHOTO/Hannah Crews)   Patrick Stephens Staff Writer   A committee is being formed to allow students to give feedback to the Troy University Information Technology Department. “Mr. Greg Price, who is in charge of the…

Alpha Epsilon Delta gives back to children in…

(PHOTO/Jennifer Carlisle)   Kelsey Vickers Staff Writer   The Alpha Epsilon Delta honor society on campus will be participating in its first ever Operation Christmas Child Drive this semester. Alpha Epsilon Delta is a national…

Student tased at fraternity party

  Valario Johnson News Editor   Kaiyan Radell Dixon, a freshman business administration major from Troy and non-fraternity affiliate, was tased by campus police after not showing proper identification when requested. Dixon was charged with…