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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Recording artist Halo discusses her journey as an artist and student

Coby Alexander Hannah “Halo” Littleton, a senior broadcast journalism major from Montgomery, Alabama, is a musical artist and student at Troy University. After falling in love with the being the lead singer for a praise band at her high school, Littleton said that music turned into a career path for her. However, balancing school and music Read More

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Get something for nothing on Facebook

(Graphic/Dior Brown) Oluwaseun Omotayo Staff Writer The Buy Nothing Troy Facebook group offers students and Troy residents  the chance to give and receive gifts with others in the community. The Buy Nothing project started as the Buy Nothing Bainbridge intending to create small communities dedicated to sharing. The idea has grown to a worldwide network, and Read More

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Walk Hard: ATO members will start walking to Panama City Beach Friday morning

(Photo/Contributed) Members of Troy University’s Alpha Tau Omega fraternity pose with their flag on the beach last year after completing the annual six-day, 128.3-mile walk from Troy to Panama City Beach known as Walk Hard. The proceeds from the event go to benefit veterans. Luke Brantley Variety Editor Lirona Joshi Staff Writer Members of Troy University’s Read More

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Documentary highlights Black History

Rakshak Adhikari Staff Writer The Troy University College Democrats, the Philosophy Society and the History Club organized a screening of the documentary “13th” in observance of Black History Month last Wednesday. The event was attended by 40 students and faculty and the documentary screening was followed by a panel discussion led by Timothy Buckner, a professor Read More

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