New IAC exhibit “reflects the reality of life” during quarantine

( Photo / Sarah Mountain) “Quarantine Walks” gallery is up in the International Arts Center and is open for view until April 15. PJ Heath  Staff Writer New at Troy University’s International Arts Center, “Quarantine Walks” is the latest exhibit created by artist and photographer, Micah Mermiliod.  His work depicts his perspective on the results of Read More

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Troy University Choir Department now offering scholarships to non-music majors

( Photo / Contributed ) Members of Troy University Concert Chorale practicing safely in Fall 2020, during COVID-19 Pandemic.  Rory Johnson Staff Writer Troy University’s choir department is open for any non-music majors to join and has scholarship opportunities for existing members. Choir classes, such as Collegiate Singers, Gospel Singers, Opera Workshop, Concert Chorale and more Read More

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New tile mural in the works for International Art Center – and you can be involved!

( Graphic / troymuralproject.org ) Sarah Mountain Chief Photographer Troy University’s Department of Art and Design is creating a second mural to join the back of the International Arts Center (IAC).  The mural, to be made up of two to three thousand individual porcelain tiles, will complement the current painting of the terracotta warriors on the Read More

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Student group FEDZ gives back to the community

( Photo / Contributed ) Earle-Lynch presents check to Latasha Howard, CEO of Pike County Boys and Girls Club and surrounding counties. PJ Heath Staff Writer Troy University global business student Roberto “Casanova” Earle-Lynch established FEDZ, a social event and promotion group in 2018. He and his co-founder Kadarvis Flowers created the group to help promote Read More

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Japanese musician Foodman offers songs rich in texture

Rory Johnson Staff Writer “Ez Minzoku,” is a 2016 album by Japanese electronic artist Foodman you’ll either love, hate or won’t understand why someone would make an album like this. “Ez Minzoku,” comes from a genre of music called “Plunderphonics,” which uses pre-existing songs to create new compositions. The goal is to have songs rich in Read More

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