Dr. Jean Laliberte remembered as a ‘true Trojan’

June 29, 2020
By Andy Ellis

Dr. Jean Laliberte was proud of Troy University. One could see it in her smile and in her eyes. One could hear her enthusiasm for the University in her voice. She was proud to be a Trojan and it showed.

Dr. Laliberte passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, June 27, at the age of 69, and…

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Phenix City Campus re-imagines 2020 Honors Convocation ceremony

May 13, 2020
By Alex Travis

TROY’s Phenix City Campus will host its annual Honors Convocation ceremony on May 19 to recognize outstanding student achievement in a unique way.

The Phenix City Campus will host a limited contact, drive-up ceremony to recognize Honors students with health and safety in mind. Students will receive their awards of recognition in curbside fashion to…

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Wiregrass Archives looking to preserve social history of COVID-19

March 27, 2020
By Greg Phillips

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is a global historical event that continues to play out and affect our lives.

While news reports focus on the wide-scale issues caused by the pandemic, Troy University’s Wiregrass Archives is looking to the public for help preserving the day-to-day history of this ongoing crisis and its effects on everyday life.

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