Tasting new eats in Troy

Haley Middlebrooks Staff Writer Troy has some new places to eat popping up all over town from a simple coffee and doughnut chain restaurant to a completely new Vietnamese restaurant, as well as some old favorites just relocating and changing menus.  Here is a short review of each new option to help you decide where to eat next! Dunkin’ Donuts, which opened toward the middle of December 2021, has had a lot of traffic since its initial opening.  Dunkin’ is located at 101 Troy Plaza Loop next to Waffle House…

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Student art on showcase at Wiregrass Museum of Art

Amelia Harrell Staff Writer The Wiregrass Museum of Art in Dothan is showcasing Troy student artwork in its newest exhibition.  The museum will be premiering a new exhibit titled “Explorations Through Printmaking.”  The prints used within the showcase are pieces created by students of Beverly West Leach, a lecturer of Art and Design at Troy University.  Leach is also a member of the board of directors and on the collections committee for the museum. “The director, Dana Lemmer, had reached out to me and asked me, ‘What am I doing…

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New IAC art exhibit showcases inmate paintings

PJ Heath Staff Writer A new art exhibit with paintings from inmates is being displayed in Troy University’s International Arts Center.  Sharon Everhardt (chair of Anthropology, Sociology & Criminology and an associate professor of sociology) and Stephen Carmody (associate professor of social science) partnered with Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women in Wetumpka, Alabama. The goal is to educate the inmates about horticulture and nutrition, as well as support the women and their artwork.  Inmates have the option to join the Troy-Tutwiler Garden Program and gain knowledge through the 15-week Fundamentals…

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Tropolitan editor shares her day-in-the-life experience as an American student

Hanna Cooper Tropolitan Editor-in-Chief I should have known that a day in the life of a Troy student during this academic year was going to look a little bit different when I was searching the shelves at every store in the city for hand sanitizer as a part of my back-to-school shopping.  As a senior during a global pandemic, making sure I attend the correct pod (more on that later) and I have a mask on me has become a normal part of my daily routine.  So, it’s morning here…

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ENgLIST editor shares her daily experiences at her university in Slovenia

Karin Petko ENgLIST Editor-in-Chief I know, I know, you have probably just fallen asleep and you have just forgotten about your worries and started dreaming about something wonderful, yet I am bothering you with my morning routine already Well, it is not my fault – let’s rightly put the blame on the time difference. So, bear with me.  Sweet dreams to you, and good morning to me. Waking up comes first and apart from staying awake at occasionally boring lectures, it is the hardest part of the day. The rest…

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