DKE suspended, under investigation for possible hazing

Emma Daniel News Editor Troy University’s Delta Kappa Epsilon (DKE) has been suspended on “rule violations… and possible hazing,” effective Monday, Sept. 23, according to Herbert Reeves, Dean of Student Services. This is the second fraternity suspension in less than a month. DKE is currently under investigation by the Dean of Student Services and the Office Read More

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Why go Greek? Students share insight on fraternities, sororities

Lasata Shrestha Staff Writer On the heels of Greek Week, Troy students discussed why they personally chose to join Greek organizations. According to U.S. News, almost one out of every three students at Troy are members of the Greek community. With 22 nationally recognized Greek organizations, there is no doubt of Greek life’s prominence at Troy. Read More

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Troy’s history of H20 and Theta Phi

James Thompson Jr. Alumnus contributor In the mid 1970s the campus of Troy State University (TSU) was like almost every other Southern college. It was a predominantly white college campus and lacked both racial and cultural diversity. The city of Troy’s population was approximately 13,000, and there was very little African American (hereafter “black”) representation. There Read More

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