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Troy University Public Radio launches fall fund drive

Troy Public Radio's fall fund drive starts Oct. 1.

Troy Public Radio's fall fund drive starts Oct. 1.

Troy University Public Radio’s fall fund drive, which helps support the programming offered by the network, will kick off Oct. 1 under the theme “The Informed Choice.”

The drive will run through Oct. 8, and offers different options through which supporters can make donations.

“TROY Public Radio is your public radio station,” said Kyle D….

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Banned Books Week events celebrate freedom to read

A display of well known banned or challenged books on display in Troy University's library as part of the 2016 Banned Books Week celebration.

A display of well known banned or challenged books on display in Troy University's library as part of the 2016 Banned Books Week celebration.

Troy University has been putting the spotlight on censorship and free speech with a series of Banned Books Week events this week at the campus libraries in Troy, Dothan and Montgomery.

Banned Books Week is an annual, national campaign that encourages students to exercise their freedom to read by calling attention to banned or challenged books…

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Traveling postcards exhibits to showcase Alabama’s historic streets, buildings

This postcard, depicting a nighttime view of Gadsden's Broad Street, is one of several historic postcards from the Wade Hall Collection.

This postcard, depicting a nighttime view of Gadsden's Broad Street, is one of several historic postcards from the Wade Hall Collection.

Beginning in October, Troy University Libraries will present a pair of traveling exhibits created by faculty members of historical postcards showcasing cities and towns from around Alabama as a part of the lead-up to Alabama’s bicentennial celebration.

The exhibits will feature postcards, ranging from the early 1900s to the 1960s, from the Wade Hall Collection…

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TROY political science professors weigh in on first debate

Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton during Monday night's debate. (Jonathan Heisler/Hofstra University)

Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton during Monday night's debate. (Jonathan Heisler/Hofstra University)

Less than 24 hours after the first presidential debate between candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Troy University political science professors weighed in on the debate – who won, who lost and what impact will it have on the election?

TROY Chair of Political Science Dr. Steven Taylor said the perception of who won the…

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