Civic Engagement launches Democracy Project

Emma Daniel Editor-In-Chief The Office of Civic Engagement is holding a virtual discussion on social media as part of the Democracy Project, a new initiative to open up a dialogue on issues for students, faculty and staff. Lauren Cochran, the civic engagement coordinator, said this project aims to expand students’ worldviews and encourage a dialogue. She Read More

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Day of Peace

( Photo / Contributed ) Oluwaseun Omotoya Staff Writer  The International Student Cultural Organization (ISCO) and the International Arts Center (IAC) will be partnering to celebrate the International Day of Peace on Sept. 21, 2020.  This year ISCO is working with the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity and the Troy African Students Association (TASA) to organize this Read More

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You scream, ice cream for charity

( Photo / Contributed ) Ora Nelson Staff Writer The Pike County United Appeal is pairing with 2 Brothers Frozen Treats to host one of its annual fundraisers on Sept. 26 at Me Time LLC in Troy.  “I’m excited for students and faculty (from Troy University) to come out and get involved,” said Melinda Conner, executive Read More

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Sally sets sights for South

Brady Talbert Staff Writer Hurricane Sally was expected to hit Alabama at 1 a.m. Wednesday morning, according to the National Weather Service, bringing with it concerns of severe weather in Troy.  Troy University moved all in-person classes online for Wednesday and Thursday. The top concern, according to the Pike County Emergency Management Agency, was flooding.  “There’s Read More

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