Trojan Treasure: Chi Alpha

By Jill Odom For readers just now joining in, the Trojan Treasures articles feature a new or unheard of organization each week. If you want to have your organization mentioned, please email TropVariety@gmail.com. The fourth Trojan Treasure is Chi Alpha, a Christian fellowship organization that meets every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Trojan Center ballrooms. Chi Alpha is open to all students. Chi Alpha was originally formed in 1968, but Justin Felch, who is also the campus pastor, founded the current group in 2005. ¬†They average just under 100…

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Trojan Treasures: ASL/ITP club

Jill Odom Variety Editor   This week’s Trojan Treasure is the American Sign Language/Interpreter Training Program Club, which is better known as ASL/ITP Club. ASL/ITP is an organization that helps students immerse themselves in the deaf culture. The first interest meeting is Monday, Sept. 9, at 7 p.m. in Hawkins Hall Room 117 It may seem like a very exclusive club, but anyone can join. All levels of signers are welcome. The meetings are conducted in ASL, but it is also translated in English for students who know little to…

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Trojan Treasures: M.I.S.S. Elite Society

By: Jill Odom Trojan Treasures is a new section that will feature the new and unheard of organizations at Troy. If you want to have your organization mentioned please email TropVariety@gmail.com. The first Trojan Treasure is the M.I.S.S. Elite Society, which is dedicated to Motivating and Instilling Sophisticated Students into an Elite Society. This group formed in the spring of 2011 and currently has 30 members. Unfortunately it is only for women, but there is a male counterpart known as 101 E.L.I.T.E. Men. Their goal is to motivate female students…

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