Leftists, Democrats causing chaos

Sam Stroud Opinion Editor Over the summer, Oregon’s 3rd Congressional District Rep. Earl Blumenauer gave a speech directed at the President where he chastised Conservatives and the Republican Party at large for fear mongering and insisted there was no need for federal troops to be deployed in Portland where a federal courthouse was attacked repeatedly by Read More

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Fraternities deal with COVID-19

All fraternity activities have been suspended until after Labor Day, and the Delta Chi fraternity house was temporarily closed last week for sanitation after fraternity members tested positive for COVID-19—including at least 14 Delta Chi members – according to a university statement. Recruitment had already been postponed, but Troy suspended all other activities last Tuesday after Read More

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We’re still waiting for football…

Wesley Kirchharr Staff Writer Troy football’s originally scheduled home opener against the Warhawks of Louisiana-Monroe has been postponed after a COVID outbreak among the ULM players.  The Sept. 5 Sun Belt matchup has been moved to Dec. 5. Troy Director of Athletics Brent Jones and Troy Head Football Coach Chip Lindsey have been in contact with Read More

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Mors Eloquentiae by Duane Paxson now up at International Arts Center

Tierra McCall  Staff Writer   The International Arts Center (IAC) on Troy’s campus boasts an expressive collection from various artists year-round.   The center, which is open Monday through Sunday, offers free admission and guided tours when requested.  While the permanent exhibits are spectacular, the rotating exhibits are a must-see.  The latest installment is an exhibit, Mors Read More

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