Studying in groups vs. studying alone

Lirona Joshi Staff Writer With only two weeks of classes remaining for the semester, students are putting everything into giving that one final push to save their grades. As deadlines for research papers and the pressure of exams loom over them, students look to get the most of out the little time they have left: to Read More

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Local lynching victims honored by history class

Abhigya Ghimire Staff Writer In May 1895, an African-American man, Jerico Shivers, was thrown into Pea River in Coffee County with a sinker around his neck by a group of men for an un-tried allegation of rape. On Sunday, April 8, a few students from the class HIS 2225 African American Experience along with their lecturer, Read More

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Faculty take charge toward lowering textbook prices

Rakshak Adhikari Staff Writer Bret Woods, an assistant professor of ethnomusicology, has used the library’s course reserve to provide textbook references for all his classes ever since he started teaching at Troy in 2012. When a textbook is put in reserve at the library, students can check it out for two hours to do their assignments. Read More

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