Well behaved women seldom make history

Lilly Barnett Staff Writer In light of the beginning of Women’s History Month, it’s a great time to celebrate the wonderful women in history who’ve broken glass ceilings and inspired us to be the best we can be.    1. Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-1797): Mary Wollstonecraft is known today as one of the first ever feminists, thanks Read More

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Parks art exhibit offers a voice to unheard artists

Olivia Nobles Staff Writer Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum in Montgomery will be partnering with Valiant Cross Academy for a temporary art exhibit featuring all African American artists beginning on Jan. 17. The exhibit, “Down South: From the Souls of African American Artists of Alabama,” features work from more than 30 artists, all of whose names Read More

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