Chi Alpha’s ‘Welcome to America’ party encourages unity, diversity

Steven Porter Contributor Chi Alpha hosted a “Welcome to America” party with food and games to help international students feel welcome in this new country. Chi Alpha encouraged students to get to know each other no matter the differences in culture or background. Troy University proudly flaunts the title “Alabama’s International University.” With 30 campuses around Read More

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Bridging the gap: how to connect cross-culturally

Grace Kish Contributor Despite a slight decline in the number of incoming international students this year, Troy University is one of the most ethnically diverse colleges in the South. According to Joe McCall, a lecturer of history who has been involved with the international program for decades, one out of every eight people you meet on 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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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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