DKE suspended for fall semester

Pradyot Sharma Editor-in-Chief The Troy University chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon (DKE) has been suspended for the remainder of the semester following an investigation into hazing allegations.  DKE is the second fraternity to be suspended this semester after Troy’s Sigma Chi chapter was suspended last month.  Herbert Reeves, the dean of Student Services, said that the Read More

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Troy Students gain experience managing micro-businesses in Ecuador

(CONTRIBUTED/ Bria Jansen) Lirona Joshi Staff Writer Every year, the Sorrell College of Business provides global business majors the opportunity to study abroad in Ecuador as a part of their global leadership experience. The week-long trip takes students to Salinas, a small rural village nestled in the Andes mountains in Ecuador, where they spend time engaging Read More

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Applied ethics class to probe issues of personhood

Rakshak Adhikari Staff Writer The Department of History and Philosophy will be offering an upper level course on applied ethics next semester. According to Joungbin Lim, an assistant professor of philosophy and the instructor for the course, the course will focus on personhood and issues in biomedical ethics. The course will begin by examining metaphysical issues Read More

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