Heroes are whole humans

Lirona Joshi Staff Writer Growing up playing basketball in a run-down park in Kathmandu, Nepal, I would hear my brother whisper “Kobe” every time he shot the ball to the hoop. Bryant was a player whose legacy was larger than his own life and had influenced a whole generation that grew up watching him dance elegantly Read More

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Mac Miller’s album gives closure to fans

Roundtrip: Late Recording artist’s family invites listeners inside his mind before his passing  Coby Daniel Staff writer Not everyone’s thoughts can be shared with the world, especially phosthumously. However, artists’ ideas  can survive in tangible form to be shared even after they’ve gone.   On Jan. 17,  the posthumous album Circles was released by Malcolm “Mac Miller” Read More

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Conference promotes leadership

By Noah Pevey Contributor Luke Brantley Variety Editor Troy University held its 19th annual Leadership Conference celebrating African-American History Month last weekend. The conference is put on by a combination of Troy University, the city of Troy and the community, according to Student Involvement and Leadership Assistant Director Sadaris Williams. The conference, which began Friday night, Read More

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Foreign language classes offer diversity

Rakshak Adhikari Staff Writer Troy students interested in learning foreign languages can take several courses offered by the Department of World Languages and Cultures. The department offers classes in Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Russian, Latin and Biblical Greek The department also offers a minor in classics that serves students with a general interest in antiquity, as Read More

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