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    TROY Breaks Ground on New Buildings

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Arboretum the focus of Girl Scout Gold Award project

Montgomery native Mia Johnston added signage, bridges and more to help improve the arboretum's walking trails.

Montgomery native Mia Johnston added signage, bridges and more to help improve the arboretum's walking trails.

The walking trails at Troy University’s arboretum received several upgrades recently, thanks to the hard work of a Girl Scout Ambassador.

Mia Johnston, a senior at Booker T. Washington Magnet School in Montgomery, Alabama, chose the arboretum as the focus of her Gold Award project. The Girl Scout Gold Award is the most prestigious award…

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TROY presents Sounds of the Season ‘The Hope of the Holidays’ performance

Guests will enjoy performances from POPulus, Concert Chorale, Gospel Singers and more.

Guests will enjoy performances from POPulus, Concert Chorale, Gospel Singers and more.

Troy University’s College of Communication and Fine Arts presents its annual Sounds of the Season holiday celebration on Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 7 p.m. in Claudia Crosby Theater. 

This year’s show, titled “The Hope of the Holidays,” invites guests to pause and consider the hopes and joys of the coming holidays and to enjoy the…

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JingleFest features shops by student entrepreneurs at the IDEA Bank on Thursday evening

JingleFest opens at 5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1 in the IDEA Bank on the Square in downtown Troy.

JingleFest opens at 5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 1 in the IDEA Bank on the Square in downtown Troy.

Some 20 student vendors will open up shop Thursday, Dec. 1 at the IDEA Bank on the Square in downtown Troy for JingleFest Holiday Market.

Launched last year by student entrepreneurs Hannah Dinkle and Arthur Penn, JingleFest showcases student-owned businesses and products. Most of those students are involved in the Sorrell College of Business’ Troy…

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ISCO Festival brings food, fellowship and entertainment to a sell-out crowd

The 2022 ISCO Festival brought international cuisine and entertainment to a sell out crowd in the Lamar P. Higgins Ballrooms.

The 2022 ISCO Festival brought international cuisine and entertainment to a sell out crowd in the Lamar P. Higgins Ballrooms.

The Troy University’s International Student Cultural Organization successfully brought students from several cultural backgrounds together by selling out of all 250 tickets for the annual ISCO Festival. 

The purpose of the Festival is to bring together those from varying locations to experience culture as authentically as possible without leaving Troy, Alabama.

“The community that ISCO…

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