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Celebrate ‘this place,’ but prepare for the next, Coley tells Troy University graduates

January 30, 2017
By Andy Ellis

Dr. Brenda Coley, superintendent of Russell County Schools, challenged Troy University graduates embrace life’s seasons, both good and bad, and to continue the journey that ultimately leads to purpose in life.

Speaking to more than 140 graduates from the Phenix City Campus and the Columbus/Fort Benning Site on Friday at the Columbus Convention and Trade…

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Troy University rings in Chinese New Year with celebration of international education efforts

January 27, 2017
By Andy Ellis

Troy University celebrated the impact of its international education efforts on Thursday night, highlighting the work of its Confucius Institute during a Chinese New Year Appreciation Banquet at the Montgomery Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center.

In addition, the University presented two replica terracotta warriors to the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts in honor of Montgomery…

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Who are the Pied Pipers?

January 26, 2017
By Greg Phillips

Next Tuesday, Dothan families will have a chance to experience the fun and excitement of a four-decade Troy University tradition: the Pied Pipers.

But who, exactly, are the Pied Pipers, and what can audiences expect when they attend the show on Jan. 31 at the Dothan Opera House?

For the answers, we turned to TROY…

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