Night walk illuminates Troy safety

Aaron Dixon Contributor After the SGA meeting on Tuesday, eight SGA senators and ten Freshman Forum delegates took to the streets for the first night walk of the semester. “Night walk is an event orchestrated by the student welfare committee of the student government association,” said Malik Moore, a sophomore global business major from Demopolis. “Basically, Read More

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Finding friends at college: a how-to guide

Alex Villari photo Three Gardner Hall residents gather in the lobby for a game of “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” in the spring. From left are Matthew Doyle, a freshman computer science major from Enterprise; Zachary Smith, a freshman computer science major from Dothan; and Sam Ganguly, a freshman physics major from India.   Alex Villari Lucas Read More

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Greeks control Troy SGA, seats remain

Asem Abdelfattah Assistant News Editor In the 2019-2020 SGA Senate, 82% (32 out of 39) of senators are in Greek organizations, causing senators to urge independent students to consider running for SGA positions. According to publicly available information about the 2019-2020 SGA senators, 90% of the At-Large Senators, 100% of College Senators and 51.7% of Residence Read More

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SGA releases library survey results, discusses elections

Destiny Hosmer Online Content Editor The Student Government Association kicked off the spring semester Tuesday night with discussions of the results of the library survey, upcoming vacancy elections and events for the rest of January. Last semester, SGA gave students a survey regarding hours of library operation. The results of the library survey were announced at Read More

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