Students from Japanese university study southern culture at TROY

September 15, 2016
By Greg Phillips

A group of 19 students from Nagasaki International University in Japan has spent the last month studying American and southern culture at Troy University’s Troy Campus.

The students, who primarily study Hospitality, came over as part of a yearly partnership between TROY and the Japanese institution aimed at helping the students understand the importance of…

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Volunteering in Baton Rouge eye-opening experience for TROY students

September 13, 2016
By Savanah Weed

According to Louisiana Gov. John Edwards, at least 40,000 homes were damaged in the state’s recent flooding, and a group of Troy University students wanted to help make a difference.

Graham Pierce, a senior risk management and insurance major from Niceville, Florida, connected with TROY alumna Raven Pasibe, a current graduate student at the University…

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TROY sophomore creates scholarship fund to aid fellow students

September 6, 2016
By Savanah Weed

It is ordinary for a university to award scholarships to its students; however, what is extraordinary is awarding a scholarship funded by another student.

Troy University sophomore Cole Debardelaben, a computer science major from Deatsville, Alabama, worked with the Office of Development and the Troy University Foundation to create the Robert N. “Cole” Debardelaben Current…

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