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Lessons learned at TROY laid foundation for success in professional career and life of Birmingham retina specialist

Runners in the 116th Boston Marathon take off with the starting gun at the starting line in Hopkinton. (Ryan Hutton/Boston University News Service)
 

If at first you don’t succeed, try again.

It’s a mantra that Troy University alumnus Jason Crosson is putting into practice in April when he takes on the Boston Marathon for a second time and one he learned in his college days at TROY.

The former Trojan track and cross-country student athlete, Crosson is now…

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Alumna becomes first female Dothan Police Department captain

Dothan Police Captain Rachel David is the first female to reach the rank in the Dothan Police Department.

Dothan Police Captain Rachel David is the first female to reach the rank in the Dothan Police Department.

A TROY alumna who became the first female police captain in Dothan’s history in May said marrying core values and a career is the secret to fulfillment.

Dothan Police Capt. Rachel David has worked for the city nearly two decades, mostly in the patrol division. Today, she commands the Special Operations Division and oversees the…

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Odd Articulations: Success isn’t only skin deep

Odd Articulations, a company started by 22-year old Dalton German when he was 16, was aided by SBDC business advisors. (submitted)
 

The Small Business Development Center at Troy University takes pride in nourishing the dreams of young entrepreneurs, no matter how unique their idea might be. 

Dothan resident Dalton German was just 16 years old when he launched Odd Articulations, a custom oddities shop specializing in fully assembled and posed, or ‘articulated’ skeletons. The market might…

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Alumnus Theo Moore’s documentary on Africatown community streaming free on Saturday

TROY alumnus Theo Moore II was inspired to share the story of Africatown by highlighting the people rather than just the community itself.

TROY alumnus Theo Moore II was inspired to share the story of Africatown by highlighting the people rather than just the community itself.

Hiztorical Vision Productions founder and Troy University alumnus Theo Moore has created a new documentary to explore the history and future of Africatown – “Afrikan By Way of American.”

Africatown is a community in Mobile, Alabama formed by the descendants of slaves aboard America’s last slave ship, Clotilda.

Moore, who founded HVP in 2017 to…

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