Earlier posts in “It Came from the Archives” covered A. A. Wiley and his brother O. C. Wiley and their importance to Troy and Troy University.
Julia Wiley, c. 1909
Julia Wiley was O.C. Wiley’s daughter and A.A. Wiley’s niece who was a member of the Troy’s Class of 1909 and has her own story.
Born in 1890, her…
“The more I can learn about a family’s story and what got them to this point, the better support I can provide,” says Tyesha Durr, MS, LPC, a 2021 graduate of the Troy University Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Counseling Certificate program.
Durr, owner of Broken Crayons Counseling & Consulting, LLC, became interested in…
Now in its 13th year, Troy University’s Summer Spotlight Creative Drama Camp gave over 70 kids the opportunity to experience theatre life last week.
Children ages 8-13 were able to participate in playwriting, acting, creative drama, musical theatre and more, culminating in a Spotlight Showcase performance.
Gabbie Reeves, a 2022 TROY graduate, served as the Head of…
Veda Y. Taylor has been named as the new Registrar at Troy University.
Taylor will fill the position left vacant by Vickie Miles, who retired at the end of May following 32 years of service to the University, and will begin her duties on Aug. 1. The Registrar’s Office ensures the accuracy, consistency, security and…