Changes underway for Troy

Bishal Niroula Staff Writer With all the changes Troy has seen in recent years, one can only imagine how Troy will change in the future. While it is difficult to predict, physical changes and academic expansions are underway, according to Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins Jr. In the last 10 years, $171 million of campus facilities — such as the Trojan Dining Facility, Fraternity Village, the Trojan Arena and Rushing Hall — have been built, and a new student recreation center is set to open in October of this year. SGA…

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STEM courses added this semester

Rakshak Adhikari Staff Writer Starting this fall, the College of Art and Sciences will offer courses in two new fields of study: cyber security and electronic engineering technology (EET). While the cyber security certificate program will be offered through the Department of Computer Science, students will still take a few related classes through the Department of Criminal Justice. According to Jiling “Bill” Zhong, the chair of the Department of Computer Science, 10 students have already signed up for the cyber security program, which was approved in June. The Computer Science…

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