Rubicon spring 2019 publication coming soon to a campus near you!

contributed by Alaina Hornberger Putting together a Rubicon’s cover may seem like a one man job, but this year’s publication’s cover is designed by Sara Ivey, a senior fine arts major from Newton, and put together by Alaina Hornberger, a senior graphic design major from Prattville.  Abhigya Ghimire Staff Writer The Rubicon, the campus’ literary journal, Read More

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‘The Seagull’ to showcase students’ efforts and ideas

Andrea Hammack Staff Writer Troy University’s Theatre and Dance Department is set to perform “The Seagull” by Anton Chekhov April 4 through April 6 at 7 p.m. in Malone Blackbox.  “The Seagull,” translated by Paul Schmidt, is a comedy about the trials humans face on a daily basis, and it asks questions about human nature, art Read More

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Student discusses separation of art and artist, the role of the media in art

Olivia Nobles Staff Writer In a world where fame is king, and celebrities are icons, it’s important for the rest of society to recognize the divide between artist and art.  Pop culture icons have always been regarded as the members of society whose opinions somehow carry more weight than the rest of us; however, as individuals, Read More

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UAC to host canvas painting class to help students relieve stress, relax through creativity

Lilly Barnett Contributor Pratibha Gautam Staff Writer For students experiencing stress, the University Activities Council will be hosting a canvas painting class on Feb. 27 in the Trojan Center Ballroom at 8 p.m.  Taylor Holt, a junior social science major from Huntsville and the activities coordinator for the UAC, is expecting at least 150 students to Read More

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The internet killed the video star: one student’s thoughts on modern music

Matt Firpo Contributor “The times they are a changin’” – though he may not have known it then, Bob Dylan predicted the future of music with these lyrics.  The internet has greatly changed music as a culture and redefined artists again and again in the past 20 years.  A pop star is now just a tweet Read More

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