TROY dedicates portrait to former Rep. Terry Everett

May 13, 2019
By Greg Phillips

Troy University dedicated a portrait Thursday to longtime U.S. Rep. Terry Everett, who represented the Wiregrass for nearly two decades.

The portrait, painted by artist Elana Hagler, will be displayed inside R. Terry Everett Hall at the University’s Dothan Campus, an enduring monument to a man who has left a lasting impression on the region.

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Strive for significance, not just success, Mayor Todd Strange tells TROY graduates

May 10, 2019
By Andy Ellis

Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange encouraged Troy University graduates to strive not only for success but also for significance during Friday’s spring commencement ceremony on the Troy Campus.

Nearly 1,000 students received diplomas during Friday’s commencement ceremony, making it the largest graduation in TROY history. The graduating class represents 26 U.S. states and 22 nations.


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Nall Day kicks off with a luncheon in the artist’s honor

May 7, 2019
By Clif Lusk

Native son and internationally acclaimed artist Fred “Nall” Hollis now has his own day in the city of Troy, thanks to a proclamation by city leaders. May 7 is now “Nall Day” in the city, with backup from proclamations by the Alabama House and Senate.

The proclamations were presented at a luncheon in Nall’s honor…

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