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    University dedicates Gerald O. Dial Hall

    News | October 26, 2020

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    Lucy Pu crowned Homecoming Queen

    News | October 24, 2020

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    Dothan nursing program unveils new simulator

    News | October 22, 2020

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Rosa Parks Museum to commemorate Rosa Parks Day, 65th anniversary of Bus Boycott

TROY's Rosa Parks Museum will have activities Dec. 1-5 to commemorate Rosa Parks Day and the 65th anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

TROY's Rosa Parks Museum will have activities Dec. 1-5 to commemorate Rosa Parks Day and the 65th anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

A new gallery exhibit featuring Rosa Parks’ original fingerprint card and other personal effects from the Library of Congress’ collection will be on display beginning Dec. 1 as Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum celebrates Rosa Parks Day and observes the 65th anniversary of the Montgomery Bus Boycott.

In 2018, the Alabama Legislature unanimously approved a…

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Vocal ensembles refuse to let COVID-19 stop the music

Groups such as Concert Chorale, Collegiate Singers and Frequency have found ways to safely continue their musical journeys.

Groups such as Concert Chorale, Collegiate Singers and Frequency have found ways to safely continue their musical journeys.

Troy University’s choral ensembles are finding unique ways to showcase and hone their talents during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr. Diane Orlofsky, Director of Choirs and Conductor of Concert Chorale, and Scott Sexton, Conductor for Frequency and Collegiate Singers, knew the pandemic would pose challenges for students this semester.

“We read the handwriting on the wall…

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Warrior-turned-student sets sights on serving other veterans

TROY graduate student Jesse Riojas used to have his sights set on an enemy, now his studies have led his to take aim at helping other veterans.

TROY graduate student Jesse Riojas used to have his sights set on an enemy, now his studies have led his to take aim at helping other veterans.

Editors Note: We are highlighting military connected students during National Military Family Month.

Jesus “Jesse” Riojas was a Recon Marine, twice deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, once in support of Operation Enduring Freedom Afghanistan and twice more aboard multiple naval vessels around the world on Marine Expeditionary Units. He was a warrior.

Today,…

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International Arts Center celebrates Vietnamese culture in new exhibit

The collection features work from Vietnamese artists collected by Stephen Humphreys.

The collection features work from Vietnamese artists collected by Stephen Humphreys.

“Faces of Vietnam,” a collection curated by Stephen Humphreys, an attorney based in Athens, Georgia, is now on display in Troy University’s International Arts Center.

The collection of contemporary works features traditional Vietnamese woodblock prints, gouache on Do paper and mosquito netting, and lacquer works inlaid with eggshell, sand, even human hair, all of which…

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