Cast of Supernatural comes together to educate and entertain with “Watch Party for Democracy”

Andrea Hammack Trojan Living Editor With the election being only a few weeks away, and the world still somewhat being at a standstill due to COVID-19, there are many celebrities using their platform to educate and entertain.  One of those being Misha Collins, known widely for his role as the angel Castiel on the CW series Read More

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Student encourages readers to put the phone down, “Go outside! Talk to a friend! Clean something!”

Emma Daniel Editor-in-Chief I feel personally attacked when my phone notifies me my screen time is up from the previous week. Jeez, iPhone — don’t you know there’s a pandemic on? There’s sometimes a fleeting moment of clarity in which I think to myself, “Self, you need to get it together. This little computer in your Read More

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New policies and changes implemented for Troy University library

Tierra McCall  Staff Writer   The Troy University Library, located in Wallace Hall, is implementing some new policies for the fall 2020 semester. These changes include new hours, new databases and new policies.  With the new fall hours, the library is open Sunday from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to Read More

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‘Stand Up & Be A Trojan’ for Troy Giving Day

Amya Mitchell Staff Writer Next Thursday, Oct. 8 will mark Troy University’s third annual Troy Giving Day, and the university is looking to reach a $150,000 goal. Maj. Gen. Walter Givhan, senior vice chancellor for Advancement and Economic Development, is leading the event and excited for Trojans to step up and give to one another. “Fall Read More

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