Administration dispels safety rumors; No reports of police impersonation and trafficking

Emma Daniel News Editor After a firestorm over social media, Troy University’s administration is dispelling false rumors of people impersonating police officers or sex traffickers on campus. An email sent to all students from student services says there have been “no documented reports of police impersonators or any individuals that have been identified as potential sex Read More

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Global focus on QEP

Pradyot Sharma Editor-in-Chief As part of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) reaffirmation process, Troy University is working on implementing Quality Enhancement Plans (QEP) for all colleges within the university.  The QEPs will focus on two globally focused initiatives: promoting global awareness among students, as well as global awareness among faculty.  All five colleges Read More

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Poll: feline vs. canine

Emma Daniel News Editor I’m a new cat person. I’ve had terrible allergies nearly my entire life and have largely disliked cats—until I got one. Cats are truly a treasure. They’re easy to take care of, and I’m constantly stupefied at my cat’s defiance of the laws of physics. Plus, give credit where credit is due. Read More

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Celebrating 70 years of NATO

Lirona Joshi Staff Writer Top diplomats, policy makers, military experts and academics convened at the Montgomery campus for Troy University’s “NATO at 70” conference on Nov. 1 and 2 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of NATO’s creation and discuss the past, present and future of the Atlantic alliance. The program included speeches from major high-profile speakers, Read More

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