Chef’s meals bring people together

Pratibha Gautam Staff Writer Eric “Chef” Millsaps, the executive chef of dining services at Troy University, spends most of his day planning and organizing how the different meal service stations at Trojan Dining function. He is the mind behind the fried chicken served during lunch, as well as the North African cauliflower salad served during dinner.  Read More

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Annual ISCO Festival brings international flavor to Troy

Georgia Blanchard Chief Copy Editor The International Student Cultural Organization (ISCO) held its annual ISCO Festival Thursday, Nov. 15, featuring food and entertainment from cultures all over the world.  Everyone was invited to attend, and the event was almost completely sold out, with about 300 people attending.  According to Matthew Knopps, a junior accounting major from Read More

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Campus Kitchen feeds students over holidays

Madina Seytmuradova Staff Writer Campus Kitchen, in conjunction with student and staff leaders, organized a three-day food drive for the students who stayed on campus over the Christmas break. Adrian Bone, a sophomore economics major from New Market and student government association (SGA) senator, along with Sarah Gillis, a freshman communications major from Montgomery and Freshman Read More

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Troy budget dining 101

Madina Seytmuradova Variety editor Priyanka Sharma Staff Writer After exploring the on-campus dining options in the first few weeks of classes and spending half of the flex points at Einstein’s and Moe’s, Trojans start looking around for cheaper dining alternatives. Upperclassmen, including Shelby Wood, a senior social science education major from Wewahitchka, Florida, shared their favorite Read More

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