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    TROY podcasts premiere

    News | December 01, 2020

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    Vance Student Emergency Fund will help struggling students

    Alumni | November 27, 2020

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    Alum paints historic portrait

    Alumni | November 25, 2020

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TROY sophomore creates scholarship fund to aid fellow students

Cole Debardelaben, a sophomore from Deatsville, has created a scholarship fund which will help students in need pay for additional school expenses.

Cole Debardelaben, a sophomore from Deatsville, has created a scholarship fund which will help students in need pay for additional school expenses.

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 professor working to clean up mercury contaminated waterways

Dr. Carrie Miller, an environmental science professor, is conducting research that may help fight mercury contamination in waterways.

Dr. Carrie Miller, an environmental science professor, is conducting research that may help fight mercury contamination in waterways.

A Troy University professor is conducting research that may help fight mercury contamination at water bodies throughout the country.

Dr. Carrie Miller, an environmental science professor at the Troy Campus, is researching the effects of sorbents (materials used to bind contaminants) on mercury contaminated soil gathered from a contaminated creek in Oak Ridge, Tenn., where…

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‘Sound’ recognizes newest members with medallion ceremony

Members of the Sound of the South marching band with the medallions presented to new members.

Members of the Sound of the South marching band with the medallions presented to new members.

About 135 new members of Troy University’s Sound of the South Marching Band officially became members of the band on Saturday, Sept. 3, when they received their individual uniform medallions from Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins Jr.

The ceremony, held in Claudia Crosby Theater prior to the Trojans’ first home game against Austin Peay, is a…

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Troy University Libraries receive 2016 Banned Books Week grant

Troy University English professor Dr. Kirk Curnutt, here displaying a selection of banned books, will deliver a lecture on intellectual freedom.

Troy University English professor Dr. Kirk Curnutt, here displaying a selection of banned books, will deliver a lecture on intellectual freedom.

Troy University Libraries will hold events in recognition of Banned Books Week later this month at the Dothan, Montgomery and Troy Campuses thanks to a grant from the Freedom to Read Foundation’s Judith F. Krug Memorial Fund.

TROY Libraries, one of only six organizations to receive the grant, will receive $1,000 to help fund Banned…

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