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Posts tagged as “Asem Abdelfattah”

Troy sets goal of 250 students to attend state rally for funding in Montgomery

Asem Abdelfattah Staff Writer The Student Government Association is preparing to attend Higher Education Day on Thursday, Feb. 23, in Montgomery. Higher Education Day is a rally where public colleges and universities in the state of Alabama gather at the state Capitol for a rally to advocate for higher education funding. Gordon Stone, executive director of Read More

Festival to showcase Chinese New Year

Asem Abdelfattah Staff Writer The Chinese New Year Festival is one of the many upcoming opportunities for Troy University students to experience other cultures. Zhoulingzhi “Vincent” Wang, a master of business administration student and president of the Chinese Student and Scholars Association from Jiujiang, China, discussed the importance of the Chinese New Year Festival to the Read More

SGA selects candidate for Hoopcoming King

Asem Abdelfattah Staff Writer The Student Government Association and Freshman Forum are kicking off the semester with Hoopcoming, an event that promotes community service, fundraising and representing Troy men. “Hoopcoming is an event where organizations compete by raising money for local philanthropies,” said Kaitlin Beyler, a sophomore biomedical science major from Alabaster and FF director. “The Read More

SGA is anticipating collegiate conference

Asem Abdelfattah Staff Writer Amber Voss, Alabama YMCA Collegiate Legislature Conference program director and a Troy alumna from Wetumpka, was a guest speaker at the Student Government Association meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 15. “It feels like I haven’t left Troy,” Voss said. “It’s wonderful being back here with the SGA.” Voss spoke about the Collegiate Legislature Read More

SGA passes Freshman Forum resolution

Asem Abdelfattah Staff Writer Updates to the Trojan Center, the pet therapy room and the leash law were all topics of discussion at the Student Government Association’s meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 8. Freshman Forum representative Alex Mote, a freshman chemistry major from Prattville and chairman of FF’s student welfare committee, proposed a resolution to the SGA Read More