Fraternity rallies to help professor who lost home in fire

October 7, 2016
By Savanah Weed

The Pi Kappa Phi fraternity called on the Troy University family this week to help bring aid to one of its own after a tragedy.

Three weeks ago, Joseph Arnold, a professor on the Troy Campus, received a call that his home had burned to the ground and with it a piece of equipment that is…

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TROY student finding success as CrossFit competitor

October 6, 2016
By Savanah Weed

A Troy University student is making a name for herself nationally as a top CrossFit competitor.

Alexis Smith, a junior exercise science major from Dothan, Alabama, recently qualified for and competed at the Granite Games, a national competition at St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, Minnesota, on Sept. 9-11. She placed 12th in the…

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Student reporter captures stories of hope, survival in Baton Rouge

October 5, 2016
By Matt Clower

When Troy University athletics and the local Christian Love Center partnered to bring supplies to flood ravaged Baton Rouge, Louisiana, TrojanVision sent reporter Rachael Wilkerson to capture the story.

But for Wilkerson, a senior broadcast journalism major from Huntsville, what started as an opportunity for hands-on learning quickly became a life changing experience.

“It was…

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