MathFest 2018 hosts faculty, students of 10 universities

Madina Seytmuradova Staff Writer The department of mathematics hosted “MathFest 2018,” a two-day event that allowed students to discuss topics of interest in mathematics with faculty and peers from 10 universities and present their research. The annual event, held on April 6 and 7 in Hawkins Hall this year, was the idea of Kenneth Roblee, a Read More

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Armchair discusses Mormon history, controversy

Madina Seytmuradova Staff Writer The Philosophy Society’s weekly discussion group, The Armchair, hosted a presentation about Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, commonly known as the Mormon church, on Tuesday. Matt Fulton, a senior music industry major from Tampa Bay, Florida, and a sixth-generation Mormon, prefaced his speech with a disclaimer saying that the point Read More

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Students do taxes free for low income citizens

Madina Seytmuradova Staff Writer For the first time ever, Troy accounting students are partnering with Impact America’s SaveFirst initiative to help low-income citizens file their taxes free of charge. This is part of an IRS program called VITA, which stands for Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, which offers free preparation services across the country, according to Elizabeth 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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