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TROY students give back in Cuba over the holiday break

Students spent 10 days in Cuba learning Spanish at a local institute, donating supplies and assisting local farmers.

Students spent 10 days in Cuba learning Spanish at a local institute, donating supplies and assisting local farmers.

Instead of spending time with family and friends during the holiday season, a group of 15 Troy University faculty and students spent time in Cuba immersing themselves in the language and culture and finding ways to give back.

Dr. Johanna Alberich, assistant professor of Spanish in the Department of World Languages and Cultures, took 13…

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Almost 500 high school band members attend 50th SEUS Honor Bands and Clinic

Almost 500 high school band members attended the 50th year of SEUS in February.

Almost 500 high school band members attended the 50th year of SEUS in February.

Nearly 500 high school students from across the Southeast flocked to Troy University for the 50th year of the Southeastern United States Honor Bands and Clinic.

SEUS was launched by the School of Music’s namesake, Dr. John M. Long, in 1973. After all this time, students still learn musical skills and form friendships on Troy University’s…

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Caldwell encourages Lewis Leadership Conference participants to work to bring about a better future

Rev. Darryl Caldwell delivers the keynote address during the Bishop S.D. James Luncheon at the closing session of the conference.

Rev. Darryl Caldwell delivers the keynote address during the Bishop S.D. James Luncheon at the closing session of the conference.

The Rev. Darryl Caldwell, Pastor of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in Banks, encouraged participants in the Congressman John Robert Lewis Leadership Conference to remember the past, while also dedicating themselves to bringing about a better future.

Presented by Troy University and the City of Troy, the two-day conference ended on Saturday with plenary sessions for…

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Troy University hosting Junior Archaeology Day on Feb. 19

Children in kindergarten through sixth grade are invited to Junior Archaeology Day held at the TROY arboretum on Feb. 19.

Children in kindergarten through sixth grade are invited to Junior Archaeology Day held at the TROY arboretum on Feb. 19.

Troy University Anthropology and the Alabama Archaeological Society are hosting a Junior Archaeology Day on the Troy Campus for kids in kindergarten through sixth grade on Sunday, Feb. 19.

Dr. Stephen Carmody, Chair of the Anthropology, Sociology, and Criminology Department and assistant professor of anthropology, said the goal is to give children interested in archaeology…

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