SGA violates its own Code of Laws

( Graphic / Zenith Shrestha ) Emma Daniel Editor-In-Chief  The Student Government Association (SGA) amended the process of choosing homecoming queen by removing the interview portion, but they violated their Code of Laws by not posting permanently the new amendment for students to see and contest it.  MacKenzie Martin, a senior communication major from Pensacola, Florida, Read More

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Chief: ‘I’m an open door’

Emma Daniel       Editor-In-Chief Troy University Police Chief George Beaudry is three weeks into his job, and he’s cracking down on improving communication with the campus population. His focus is community service-oriented and he said he is determined to provide students a place on campus that will listen to and help with problems. “I’m Read More

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Free vaccine expected

 Emma Daniel Editor-In-Chief  State health officials expect to have the first doses of a COVID-19 vaccine ready at the end of the year, which will be available for all Alabama residents free of cost.  The vaccine will be distributed to prioritized groups first — healthcare workers, the elderly and the immunocompromised will receive the first doses.  Read More

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Three shot, one in life-threatening condition, after shooting near Double Branch

Ora Nelson Staff Writer Troy police have confirmed one person suffered life-threatening injuries at a shooting in Troy early Saturday morning, which Troy University students are saying happened near the popular Troy bar, the Double Branch. Troy police confirmed in a news release shots were fired at 12:46 a.m. on Creekside Way and found three males Read More

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