Athletes are more than players

Hanna Cooper Sports Editor With the rise of celebrities using their platform to express their opinions on issues concerning all things COVID-19, social justice and the presidential campaign, the role of athletes on the field has been called into question.  Many people view sports as entertainment, which has led to the notion that athletes lose their Read More

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Club focuses on healthy living

( Graphic / Zenith Shrestha ) Tomiwa Akintode Staff Writer Troy University’s Nutrition Club will be holding a food drive for the Children’s Rehabilitation Services and its employees in October. The Children’s Rehabilitation Service (CRS) is a statewide organization that helps children with special needs though rehabilitation, medical and educational support services. The group employs dietitians, Read More

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Day of Peace

( Photo / Contributed ) Oluwaseun Omotoya Staff Writer  The International Student Cultural Organization (ISCO) and the International Arts Center (IAC) will be partnering to celebrate the International Day of Peace on Sept. 21, 2020.  This year ISCO is working with the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity and the Troy African Students Association (TASA) to organize this Read More

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You scream, ice cream for charity

( Photo / Contributed ) Ora Nelson Staff Writer The Pike County United Appeal is pairing with 2 Brothers Frozen Treats to host one of its annual fundraisers on Sept. 26 at Me Time LLC in Troy.  “I’m excited for students and faculty (from Troy University) to come out and get involved,” said Melinda Conner, executive Read More

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Oval Office is Overbearing

Sam Stroud Opinion Editor Thursday marks the anniversary of the adoption of our country’s constitution. Even though there are no fireworks being shot off, the day is just as important to our great nation as July 4. The Constitution is the single most important cornerstone which this country rests upon. It has defined what kind of Read More

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