Oval Office is Overbearing

Sam Stroud Opinion Editor Thursday marks the anniversary of the adoption of our country’s constitution. Even though there are no fireworks being shot off, the day is just as important to our great nation as July 4. The Constitution is the single most important cornerstone which this country rests upon. It has defined what kind of Read More

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Leftists, Democrats causing chaos

Sam Stroud Opinion Editor Over the summer, Oregon’s 3rd Congressional District Rep. Earl Blumenauer gave a speech directed at the President where he chastised Conservatives and the Republican Party at large for fear mongering and insisted there was no need for federal troops to be deployed in Portland where a federal courthouse was attacked repeatedly by Read More

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Trump’s immigration ban raises concerns for many students

Tori Bedsole Editor-in-Chief Troy University students, both domestic and international, have expressed concerns in regard to President Trump’s immigration ban. “I think there are a lot of different emotions going on,” said Shelby Wood, a senior Spanish and social science education double major from Wewahitchka, Florida, and International Student Cultural Organization president. “Some of them (international Read More

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Internationals talk politics

Lirona Joshi Staff Writer While domestic students have been preparing to cast their votes on Nov. 8, many internationals have also been enthusiastically following the 2016 elections. Some international students shared their opinions of the election and how the electoral system in their countries differed from the United States’. “I don’t particularly like either of them Read More

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