Chauncy Haynes, a 1992 graduate of Troy University, was appointed Province Polemarch of the southern province of the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity.
Haynes received his degree in political science while at TROY and served in the Student Government Association as a senator.
“I’ve always loved politics,” Haynes said. “Typically, most people will say, ‘Oh! Did…
Troy University’s Hall School of Journalism and Communication kicked off the beginning of a yearlong celebration on Friday in honor of its 50th anniversary with the unveiling of a new slogan, student competitions and more.
The new slogan, “Shaping ethical and trustworthy communicators,” was chosen by way of a school-wide contest with the goal of…
Sorrell College of Business assistant professor and Assistant Dean Dr. Dewey Todd has been recognized by the Alabama Retail Association, but not for his work at Troy University.
Todd Farms, his family’s business in Headland, has been named Alabama Retailer of the Year for businesses with annual sales of $1 million and under. The company…
Bill and Debbie Hopper feel an affection for TROY that nearly 50 years of living, participating, and thriving in the community have nurtured. Still, they continue to give back to the university where their life together began.
Previously, the Hoppers established two scholarships named for Bill’s parents, both of whom continued their education at TROY….