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Men of Troy face huge test in Duke

Wesley Kirchharr Staff Writer For the first time in 14 years, the Troy men’s basketball team will be taking part in one of the most awaited spectacles in all of sports, the NCAA tournament. March Madness, as it is often referred to, drew the Trojans into the field of 64 after they captured the school’s first-ever Read More

Don’t blame Disney

Sable Riley Arts & Entertainment Editor It is not Disney’s inherent responsibility to uphold perceived moral or ethical principles. As we often see in the entertainment industry, film is often a reflection of the ideals of a society. The industry, in fact, often prides itself in its comfort at the edge of culture, walking further into Read More

Cinema society hosts first international indie film festival

Draven Jackson Staff Writer The Cinematography Society will be hosting Troy’s first Indie Film Festival on Wednesday, March 29, in Claudia Crosby Theater. The Indie Film Festival will consist of short films submitted from all over the world. “Since Troy is such an international university, we want to embrace the international idea, so we have submissions Read More

Troy baseball takes Hofstra series 3-1

Senior T.J. Binder went 1-3 at the plate in game four of the Trojans’ series against Hofstra, scoring two runs and recording four RBIs. Binder’s performance helped Troy on its way to a 16-run performance at home. Wesley Kirchharr Staff Writer The Troy baseball team picked up three wins in a four-game series against Hofstra at Read More

Janoska Ensemble begins U.S. tour in Troy

Lacey Alexander Staff Writer A Vienna-based musical ensemble will start its U.S. tour with a concert in Troy on Friday. On March 17, St. Patrick’s Day, the Troy Arts Council will be hosting The Janoska Ensemble, which consists of three brothers and their brother-in-law. Ondrej and Roman Janoska each play violin, Frantisk Janoska plays piano and Read More