Applied ethics class to probe issues of personhood

Rakshak Adhikari Staff Writer The Department of History and Philosophy will be offering an upper level course on applied ethics next semester. According to Joungbin Lim, an assistant professor of philosophy and the instructor for the course, the course will focus on personhood and issues in biomedical ethics. The course will begin by examining metaphysical issues Read More

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Pro-choice club urges interested students to join

Rakshak Adhikari Staff Writer A new “pro-choice” organization called URGE has been established on Troy’s campus with the hopes of uniting like-minded individuals on the issues of reproductive health and women’s rights.  According to Khalia Kennedy, a sophomore studio arts major from Birmingham and the president of the chapter which is undergoing its registration process with Read More

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Philosophy Society talks abortion laws in South

Rakshak Adhikari Staff Writer The Philosophy Society organized a movie screening of “Trapped” that chronicles the struggles of abortion providers against so-called “Targeted Regulation of Abortion Providers” (TRAP) laws legislated by Southern states. The documentary by Dawn Porter was screened on Tuesday, Sept. 19, and was followed by a discussion. The discussion, which was attended by Read More

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