Cyberpunk literature class looks at heavy subjects through the lense of science fiction

Rakshak Adhikari Staff Writer Troy students interested in contemporary science fiction can take a selected topics online class on Post-Colonial/Post-cyberpunk novels offered by the Department of English. Jonathan Lewis, an associate professor of English and the instructor for the course, said it is an intense nine-week class with a heavy reading load that focuses on works Read More

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Applied ethics class to probe issues of personhood

Rakshak Adhikari Staff Writer The Department of History and Philosophy will be offering an upper level course on applied ethics next semester. According to Joungbin Lim, an assistant professor of philosophy and the instructor for the course, the course will focus on personhood and issues in biomedical ethics. The course will begin by examining metaphysical issues Read More

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Guitar class sets beginners on their way to success with individualized lessons

(CONTRIBUTED/ Andrew Williamson) Sophie Lyle, a previous Troy student from Signal Mountain, Tennessee and Andrew Williamson, the coordinator of the Troy University Institutional Effectiveness Committee and instructor of the guitar class, worked together last year to create an individualized lesson plan specialized for Lyle’s needs.  Lirona Joshi Staff Writer Troy University students looking to learn to Read More

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