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TROY students share messages of “Thanks”

Troy students thankful for success of football team

Troy students thankful for success of football team

November ushers in a time to reflect on all that we have to be thankful for in our lives. This week students on the Troy Campus are asking their peers, staff and faculty what they are thankful for.

 

The students are capturing the messages on white boards and sharing them in Snapchat stories. If…

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TROY Dance presenting ‘Common Threads’ showcase this week

The Troy University Department of Theatre and Dance presents “Common Threads” on Nov. 10, 11 and 13 at Long Hall Dance Studio.

The Troy University Department of Theatre and Dance presents “Common Threads” on Nov. 10, 11 and 13 at Long Hall Dance Studio.

The Troy University Department of Theatre and Dance presents “Common Threads,” a student choreography showcase, on Nov. 10, 11 and 13 at Long Hall Dance Studio on the Troy Campus.

Focused on “the light that dances in all of us,” Common Threads is a student-choreographed, student-designed dance showcase. Showtimes are at 7 p.m. Nov. 10-11 and…

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Student veterans hike to raise scholarship funds in third annual RUCK-A-THON

Reeves Johnson, president of Troy University’s Student Veterans Association, Alex Hughes and Ryan Grassie prepare for SVA’s annual RUCK-A-THON.

Reeves Johnson, president of Troy University’s Student Veterans Association, Alex Hughes and Ryan Grassie prepare for SVA’s annual RUCK-A-THON.

Troy University’s Student Veterans Association will be hiking for a cause on Nov. 11 through its annual fundraiser, RUCK-A-THON.

The event begins at 12:30 on Friday, Nov. 11 at the Troy University track. All proceeds from the event will be donated to this year’s philanthropy, “Troy for Troops Foundation Scholarship.”

The event will be a…

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ISCO Festival puts spotlight on international culture

Phoebe Onyema, Ibitimi Joan Owei, Anita Azu-Eni, Claris Kanife and Adefolaju Adebimpe during their performance at Thursday's ISCO Festival.

Phoebe Onyema, Ibitimi Joan Owei, Anita Azu-Eni, Claris Kanife and Adefolaju Adebimpe during their performance at Thursday's ISCO Festival.

Troy University is home to nearly 1,200 international students whose talents and cultures were put on display Thursday night.

The International Student Cultural Organization, ISCO, hosted its 33rd annual festival featuring musical and dance performances from students from South Korea, Nigeria, China, Vietnam, the Philippines and even the United States.

“The ISCO Festival is all…

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