Meanwhile in Sparta: School unveils new state-of-the art mask design

Sam Stroud Opinion Editor Several studies recently have suggested that not all masks are universally effective against COVID-19, certain designs appear to have specific levels of effectiveness. Coupling this knowledge with a new scientific data, which suggests that COVID-19 can be transmitted through the eyes, has forced Sparta University to reconsider its current mask mandate.  With Read More

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Satire: SGA introduces legislation allowing students to bribe professors for grades

Editor’s Note: Columns appearing under “Meanwhile, in Sparta…” are works of fiction. Any references to real people, places or events are satirical statements that do not reflect real events. Emma Daniel Inspired by the college admission scam, the SGA passed a resolution allowing students to bribe faculty and staff. Richie Richards III, the SGA president, sponsored Read More

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Satire: Students tackle enormous debt by simply selling graduation tickets

Editor’s Note: Columns appearing under “Meanwhile, in Sparta…” are works of fiction. Any references to real people, places or events are satirical statements that do not reflect real events. Asem Abdelfattah Assistant News Editor A startup at Troy has found an innovative way to help students pay off their loans by selling their graduation tickets. “I Read More

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Satire: CNN unsure of what to report when Biden actually runs

Pradyot Sharma CNN executives had an emergency meeting to determine how they would report former Vice President Joe Biden officially announcing he would run for president. The outlet has already done stories regarding Biden’s potential presidential run, including his policies, his relationship with former president Barrack Obama, and why he should not run for president.  More Read More

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We’ve always been West Virginia fans claims freshman while memorizing “Country Roads”

Editor’s Note: Columns appearing under “Meanwhile, in Sparta…” are works of fiction. Any references to real people, places or events are satirical statements that do not reflect real events. Pradyot Sharma Opinion Editor Wesley Kirchharr Sports Editor “Yeah, I love the Mountain people,” said Troy student Jed Cleetus, a freshman undeclared major from Enterprise as he Read More

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