Chinese Culture Club’s events for Fall 2020

Kenton Arrington Staff Writer The diversity of culture among students is a large part of what makes Troy University unique, and one organization dedicated to sharing their culture is the Chinese Culture Club (CCC).  Austin Wayne Deal, an administrative support specialist for the Confucius Institute and a representative for the CCC, gave some insight on upcoming Read More

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Black History Month event works to preserve important historical papers

(Photo/ Zenith Shrestha) Students work with Learning Center Coordinator Patricia Harris to transcribe papers written by Anna Julia Cooper, a prominent black scholar and activist. Lirona Joshi Staff Writer The Learning Center at Troy University observed Douglass Day last Friday. The day is a commemoration of the legacy of the African-American author Fredrick Douglass. In 2017, Read More

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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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