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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Students travel China over spring break

Lirona Joshi Staff Writer Taylor Walding Features Editor While many students headed to the beach for spring break, 18 students from Troy University flew to China to participate in a weeklong study abroad trip. The trip was open to students from all majors and classifications and provided an opportunity for students to immerse themselves in a Read More

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Institute offers free tai chi class

Rakshak Adhikari Staff Writer Every Wednesday, the Confucius Institute’s Chinese culture course takes place in the basement of Bibb Graves. The culture course is offered in two parts. In the first part, an hourlong tai chi class is offered. The second part is Chinese Corner, where different topics relating to Chinese culture are discussed. “Our ultimate Read More

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Spook around the world: International students share creepy stories

Israel Ashby Staff Writer With Halloween just around the corner, many Trojans are arming themselves with their favorite ghost stories to scare the freshmen. And while many know and talk about the ghost of Shackelford, the international students bring in a whole different level of creepy to the campfire. Xiaojia Yu, a student of English as Read More

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