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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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TROY ATO chapter is best in America

August 22, 2016
By Clif Lusk

A Troy University fraternity is once again the top chapter in the nation.

The Kappa Beta Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity was recognized with the national organization’s 2016 Top Chapter Award during the ATO’s 82nd Biennial Congress in Charlotte, N.C. in August. A year ago, the chapter celebrated its 10-year anniversary at TROY.

“(Winning…

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Troy University selected to help Chilean teachers learn about America

July 29, 2016
By Greg Phillips

A group of high school teachers from Chile spent the month of July learning the English language and American culture courtesy of Troy University.

The University was selected by the U.S. Embassy in Santiago, Chile, to host and teach the Chilean visitors English as a Second Language.

Those participating in the program were high school…

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