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SGA talks practical role

Andrea Hammack Staff Writer With all of the commotion and campaigning, it is easy to forget what the Student Government Association (SGA) is really here for — to represent Troy and to exemplify leadership.  Gus McKenzie, a senior communication major from Monroeville, currently serves as the president of SGA. This means that he is the direct Read More

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

SGA proposes New Res name

Abby Taylor Online Content Editor The Student Government Association (SGA) proposed naming the New Residence Hall (New Res) after Board of Trustees member Lamar P. Higgins, who will ultimately determine its approval. “It’s (Resolution 2017-008) one of SGA’s requests to the Board of Trustees to consider naming New Residence Hall ‘Lamar P. Higgins,’” said Senator Carter Read More

SGA vacancies filled

Abby Taylor Online Content Editor Student Government Association Senate elections for open seats in Cowart Hall, Pace Hall, Gardner Hall, Hamil Hall, Newman Center and Specialty Housing (Hillcrest Hall, Paden Hall and Honors Cottage) were held yesterday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Students who currently live in the residence halls were permitted to vote for Read More

Town hall meeting, elections coming

Abby Taylor Online Content Editor In their first meeting of the new semester, Student Government Association members said they want to communicate more with students. The first step to achieving this is by holding town hall meetings, the first of which will be next Thursday, Aug. 31, at 5 p.m. in Patterson Hall. Students can come Read More