It Came from the Archives: ‘The biggest parade ever staged in Dothan’

December 10, 2019
By Dr. Marty Olliff

The Great Depression had ravaged the United States for years when Franklin D. Roosevelt was inaugurated president on March 4, 1933. His New Deal resulted in passage of 16 landmark bills in the first ever “Hundred Days” that ended on June 16.

On that 100th day, Congress passed the National Industrial Recovery Act, one…

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International Education Week gave students exposure to languages, culture

December 9, 2019
By Claudia Harris

Troy University’s many languages and cultures were featured Nov. 17-22 during International Education Week.

Most of the events were hosted by the International Student Cultural Organization, known as ISCO. ISCO provides a forum for cultural exchange, friendship and learning new things while being involved in the university’s international community.

A “Taste of the World” event…

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Fall commencement set for Dec. 16 at Troy University’s Montgomery Campus

December 9, 2019
By Andy Ellis

Close to 130 students will receive diplomas during fall commencement ceremonies at Troy University’s Montgomery Campus on Monday, Dec. 16.

The ceremony is set for 7 p.m. in the Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts on the Montgomery Campus.

TROY alumnus Jeff Coleman will deliver the keynote address during the ceremony. Coleman earned an…

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