Trojan Treasure: Sport Management Club

(PHOTO/Contributed)   Jill Odom Variety Editor   The ninth Trojan Treasure is the Troy University Sport Management Club, which meets every two weeks on Tuesdays at 5 p.m. The next meeting is Oct. 12 in Trojan Center Room 212. The Sport Management Club’s main purpose is to provide opportunities for professional growth through sport management related Read More

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Trojan Treasure: Documentary Club

(PHOTO/Hannah Crews)   By Jill Odom Variety Editor   The eighth Trojan Treasure is the Troy University Documentary Club (TUDC), which was just formed in the middle spring semester 2013 by Chad Downs, a senior marketing major from Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. TUDC focuses on two things: watching eye-opening documentaries on various subjects, discussing them afterwards Read More

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Trojan Treasure: Communications Club

(PHOTO/Jill Odom)   By Jill Odom Variety Editor   The seventh Trojan Treasure is the Communications Club. It meets the first Tuesday of every month at 5:30 p.m. in Wallace Hall Room 107. The Communications Club is open to all students. It helps members practice their overall communication skills and develop a better understanding of potential Read More

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Trojan Treasure: Women’s Initiative

Lauren Coughlin Staff Writer   The sixth Trojan Treasure is the Women’s Initiative, an organization on campus committed to education, open discussion and innovation in approaching the concept of feminism. Their stated mission, which can be found on their Facebook page, is “to promote human rights and equality, not just the rights of women,” and this Read More

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Trojan Treasure: Model UN

By Lauren Coughlin Contributer   The fifth Trojan Treasure is the Model United Nations and Model Arab League team, a competitive group meant to challenge students and forge solid professional networks. It is also meant to provide the leadership, research, writing, debate, speech-making, negotiating and problem-solving skills relevant to college students’ résumés and their academic and Read More

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