Letter to the editor: The Special Olympics brings communities together, raises awareness

Sung eun Shin Contributor Through May 20-22 2016, the Special Olympics Alabama state games will be held at Troy University. The Special Olympics is the world’s largest sports organization for people with intellectual disabilities from worldwide countries, and they hold Olympic games in various countries and regions worldwide. This May at Troy, approximately 1,400 athletes, coaches Read More

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What about the issues of ‘now’? A discussion of Hank Klibanoff’s speech at the symposium held last Thursday

Jessica Parker Contributor The annual M. Stanton Evans Symposium on Money, Politics and the Media, presented by the Hall School of Journalism and Communication, was held last Thursday in the Trojan Center Ballrooms, and Pulitzer Prize winner Hank Klibanoff was the keynote speaker. Klibanoff spoke at Troy University on the murder and mayhem that occurred during Read More

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Professor puts her best foot forward for cancer awareness

Bronte Pruitt Contributor The world gains a pink hue come the month of October. Ribbons, bracelets, even pom-poms for Friday night cheerleaders go pink to raise awareness for breast cancer. Come November, however, that color starts to fade and we no longer see the “Save the Ta-tas” slogan everywhere. For Jacqueline Jones, a Troy University biosciences Read More

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