Troy University IT Society hosting Azure workshop

Bishal Niroula Staff Writer The Troy University IT Society is hosting a Global Azure Bootcamp on Saturday, April 27 in Bibb Graves Hall starting at 8 a.m.  The Global Azure Bootcamp is an annual global event sponsored by Microsoft which aims to spread enthusiasm and knowledge about Microsoft’s cloud service Azure. According to Sven Aelterman, the Read More

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Travels give TESOL students exposure to different cultures

Bishal Niroula Staff Writer Troy, living up to its title of Alabama’s International university, not only offers non-native English speaking students classes in learning English as a Second Language (ESL), but also offers a minor to native English-speakers in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) through the College of Communication and Fine Arts.  Theresa Read More

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ISCO discusses reasons to study abroad

Bishal Niroula Contributor Students and faculty shared their experiences from a recent study abroad trip to China at the International Student Cultural Organization (ISCO)’s second meeting of the semester last Thursday for Study Abroad night. The presenters discussed many advantages to studying abroad. “Immersing yourself in other cultures only makes you empathetic, sympathetic, as well as Read More

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McCall encourages students to seek help when battling addiction

Tu To Staff Writer Joe McCall, a senior lecturer in the history department, shared his personal story about drug and alcohol abuse at a meeting with Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) fraternity. McCall said he was a prominent high school student in New York, planning to study pre-med at Yale as a student athlete. “My life was Read More

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