Annual ISCO Festival brings international flavor to Troy

Georgia Blanchard Chief Copy Editor The International Student Cultural Organization (ISCO) held its annual ISCO Festival Thursday, Nov. 15, featuring food and entertainment from cultures all over the world.  Everyone was invited to attend, and the event was almost completely sold out, with about 300 people attending.  According to Matthew Knopps, a junior accounting major from Read More

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Showcase marries dance and art

Olivia Nobles Staff Writer Troy’s Department of Theater and Dance and Department of Art and Design are busy preparing their art and dance showcase “Art in Motion,” which will open Thursday, Nov. 8. The production will marry the creations of dance students with those of art students. “Normally, the fall show is all student choreography,” said Read More

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Student discusses benefits of required fine arts classes

Olivia Nobles Contributor Though it may seem like a useless requirement for every college student to have to take a fine arts class to complete his or her undergraduate degree, it is important for students to try and see the value of their more artistically inclined classes. As a fine arts minor, I may seem biased Read More

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