NBC’s Micah Grimes says journalism’s ‘golden age’ has opportunities, pitfalls

Former Trojan football player Micah Grimes, the current head of social media for NBC News, speaks at the M. Stanton Evans Symposium on Feb. 18.

Former Trojan football player Micah Grimes, the current head of social media for NBC News, speaks at the M. Stanton Evans Symposium on Feb. 18.

Micah Grimes, head of social media for NBC News and MSNBC, spoke to Troy University students Monday, celebrating technology and the advances it brings to a “new golden age of journalism” — but warning of pitfalls.

As a 2010 graduate of TROY, he has seen the innovation that technology has brought to the journalism industry…

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Beloved former School of Music Director William Denison remembered

Dr. William Denison taught at TROY for 50 years.

Dr. William Denison taught at TROY for 50 years.

The best leaders are those who lead by example.

Troy University and the Troy community lost a strong leader and a key member of the Trojan family with the passing of former Director of the School of Music Dr. William “Bill” Denison last Friday at age 81.

Denison came to TROY in September 1967 and…

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Five named Chancellor’s Fellows at Troy University

The five 2019 Chancellor's Fellows are exploring the implementation of Leadership Across the Curriculum.

The five 2019 Chancellor's Fellows are exploring the implementation of Leadership Across the Curriculum.

Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., Chancellor of Troy University, has announced the individuals selected for the University’s 2019 Chancellor’s Fellows Program.

The program, directed by Dr. John Kline, professor and director of the Institute for Leadership Development, spans the spring and summer academic semesters and enables Fellows to take part in briefings and meetings and be…

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Coleman Center taking sign-ups for Fall open

TROY Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., speaks at the Coleman Hall groundbreaking event in Dothan.

TROY Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr., speaks at the Coleman Hall groundbreaking event in Dothan.

Troy University’s Coleman Center for Early Learning and Family Enrichment is taking applications from parents in preparation of an expected August opening.

The early learning center, which will serve children ages six weeks to 4 years old, will be housed in Coleman Hall, a new 14,000-square-foot facility currently under construction at the Dothan Campus.

Once…

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