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TROY summer camps offer learning and fun

May 24, 2019
By Matt Clower

Parents who are searching for activities to fill their children’s days this summer can take advantage of a number of camps, featuring everything from sports to theatre and dance.

TROY camps provide fun learning opportunities that give young people the chance to meet and interact with others in their age groups while receiving a high level of instruction…

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Remains of last known U.S. slave ship discovered

May 23, 2019
By Greg Phillips

In a historic discovery, the last known ship to bring slaves from Africa to the U.S. has been found in the Mobile River, concluding an extensive search and a mystery more than a century old.

Troy University’s Senior Vice Chancellor for Advancement and Economic Development, Walter Givhan, also serves as Chairman of the Alabama Historical…

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Publix continues support of TROY’s Office of Civic Engagement through latest donation

May 23, 2019
By Andy Ellis

Troy University’s Office of Civic Engagement received a boost to its efforts in battling food insecurity in the local area.

On Tuesday, Publix of Troy presented a check for $1,400 to University representatives to help with programs such as Campus Kitchens, Backpacks for Kids and community gardens, which are all a part of the office’s…

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