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    Night nursing classes coming to Montgomery Campus

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    Sorrell College of Business launches new podcast

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    Clark crowned Miss Troy University

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

Students from Troy University’s Confucius Classroom at LAMP perform the Chinese Lion Dance to begin the Chinese New Year Appreciation Banquet.

Students from Troy University’s Confucius Classroom at LAMP perform the Chinese Lion Dance to begin the Chinese New Year Appreciation Banquet.

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?

The Pied Pipers take the stage at the Dothan Opera House on Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 6 p.m.

The Pied Pipers take the stage at the Dothan Opera House on Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 6 p.m.

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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TROY students inspired after experience at Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind

A group of Troy University dance students recently led a workshop for students at the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind.

A group of Troy University dance students recently led a workshop for students at the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind.

A group of Troy University dance students recently traveled to the Alabama Institute for the Deaf and Blind expecting to teach others. In the process, however, they came away with a new appreciation for the power of their art.

World-renowned dancer, choreographer and TROY visiting professor Adria Ferrali recently joined a group of dance students…

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Tutwiler Reading Initiative educates, inspires participants

Dr. Harold Kaylor, professor of English, leads discussion with participants in the Tutwiler Reading Initiative.

Dr. Harold Kaylor, professor of English, leads discussion with participants in the Tutwiler Reading Initiative.

During a break in class, Yolanda McMillan picked up the book, “The Autobiography of Malcolm X,” from the table and thumbed through its pages.

“It feels good to express different views and to hear everyone’s views. Everyone walks on different paths, and one passage or book may mean something to me and something different to…

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