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IAC opens exhibit focusing on the people and landscapes of the Black Belt

A reception in the International Arts Center formally opened an exhibit focusing on the people and landscapes of Alabama’s Black Belt.

A reception in the International Arts Center formally opened an exhibit focusing on the people and landscapes of Alabama’s Black Belt.

A reception in the International Arts Center formally opened an exhibit focusing on the people and landscapes of Alabama’s Black Belt.

“Promise of Living/The Tender Land” is a collection of photographs by Jerry Siegel that spans two decades of art that depicts life and landscapes of the Black Belt regions of the South.  

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TROY alumna wins regional Emmy for continuing news coverage after Orlando tragedy

Amanda Dukes won her second Emmy in December 2022.

Amanda Dukes won her second Emmy in December 2022.

Troy University alumna Amanda Dukes and her colleagues at WESH 2 News in Orlando, Florida, were recently awarded a regional Emmy for their coverage of a local tragedy that made international headlines and spurred potential legislative changes in the state of Florida. 

Dukes, along with Anika Hope, Greg Fox, Marlei Martinez and Kelsi Thorud, was…

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Add to Your Student Affairs Career With a Counseling Master’s

Student Affairs Counselors at TROY connect students to valuable resources.

Student Affairs Counselors at TROY connect students to valuable resources.

Student affairs counselors are employed in a variety of settings within higher education. Their day-to-day tasks are as varied as the settings they work in. Professionals who want to advance their careers in counseling can study for a counseling master’s to add even more options to an already promising vocational path.

“Some student affairs counselors…

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TROY Libraries update collection with graphic novels for students to enjoy

Students can now enjoy a variety of graphic novels in the Troy Campus Library.

Students can now enjoy a variety of graphic novels in the Troy Campus Library.

The campus library offers MANGA and other graphic novels as the latest form of media for students to check out. 

On the second level of Wallace Hall, students can head to the back of the library and discover shelves of colorful volumes of their favorite manga and comics. The collection caters to several different readers.

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