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Alpharetta site open to students, alumni for use

Troy University's location in Alpharetta, Ga. is available for use by alumni and students. (TROY photo)

Troy University's location in Alpharetta, Ga. is available for use by alumni and students. (TROY photo)

Alumni and students in the metro Atlanta area can look toward TROY for a place to meet, work and network in the University’s support center in Alpharetta.

“Our office is a café-style space that gives students the opportunity to learn in a fun educational environment,” said Staci Hutto, the Atlanta Area Coordinator.

Hutto said the…

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TROY alumna starts law firm in her hometown

At just 26 years old, Kameisha Logan is following her passion and opening a law firm in her hometown of Selma.

At just 26 years old, Kameisha Logan is following her passion and opening a law firm in her hometown of Selma.

At just 26 years old, Kameisha Logan is following her passion and opening a law firm in her hometown of Selma.

Logan, who received a master’s degree in criminal justice from Troy University in 2016, felt a calling to give back to her hometown community rather than pursue a law practice in a bigger city.

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Gibson Vance selected Alabama Bar Association vice-president

Troy University Board of Trustees President Pro-Tem Gibson Vance has been named Vice President of the Alabama Bar. (TROY photo)
 

Troy University Board of Trustees President Pro-Tem Gibson Vance has been appointed Vice-President of the Alabama State Bar Association.

The 20,000-plus member strong State Bar is the official licensing and regulatory organization of lawyers in Alabama. Created in 1923 by an act of the Alabama Legislature, ASB programs and activities have continuously served the public…

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Former SOTS drum major passes away after battle with COVID-19

Former SOTS Drum Major Dr. Robert Lawrence died July 29. He was the Sound's first African American drum major in 1979.

Former SOTS Drum Major Dr. Robert Lawrence died July 29. He was the Sound's first African American drum major in 1979.

Dr. Robert Lawrence, a native of Lanett, was the first African American elected to serve as Drum Major of the “Sound of the South” band in 1979.  

The band that year was one of the largest in University history; in fact, a portrait of that special year is still displayed in Long Hall.  

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