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.
Troy University staff members and partnering organizations are uniting local school districts and regional arts in a creative way – through a new, community-wide art project known as Bugs on Broad.
Bugs on Broad combines the imaginative talents of local elementary school children and professional artists native to the Chattahoochee Valley region. The program’s mission…
Jonathan Cellon, Associate Dean of First Year Studies at Troy University, has been named to the Board of Directors of the David Mathews Center for Civic Life.
The David Mathews Center for Civic Life is a non-profit, non-partisan corporation whose aim is to build skills, habits and capacities for more effective civic…
A unique partnership between the Troy University Mathematics Department and local schools recently gave students an opportunity to learn how math correlates with basketball.
Mathsketball, a two-day camp Jan. 24-25 at Trojan Arena, exposed seventh- and eighth-grade girl basketball players from Pike County schools to the importance of math in athletics.