TROY students experience new cultures in study abroad trips

301 students took part in study abroad trips or exchange programs in the last year.

301 students took part in study abroad trips or exchange programs in the last year.

Just over 300 Troy University students seized one of many opportunities to study abroad during the 2022-2023 academic year, thanks in large part to the Chancellor’s Award for Global Competitiveness (CAGC).

The Chancellor’s Award aims to foster international awareness and better assimilation of Troy University students in the worldwide work place while providing the financial assistance to…

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Vocal ensembles refuse to let COVID-19 stop the music

Groups such as Concert Chorale, Collegiate Singers and Frequency have found ways to safely continue their musical journeys.

Groups such as Concert Chorale, Collegiate Singers and Frequency have found ways to safely continue their musical journeys.

Troy University’s choral ensembles are finding unique ways to showcase and hone their talents during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dr. Diane Orlofsky, Director of Choirs and Conductor of Concert Chorale, and Scott Sexton, Conductor for Frequency and Collegiate Singers, knew the pandemic would pose challenges for students this semester.

“We read the handwriting on the wall…

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TROY Concert Chorale to present fall concert Nov. 5

The 37-voice choir will perform

The 37-voice choir will perform "Perspectives: Heaven to Earth" at Bush Memorial Baptist Church.

The Troy University Concert Chorale will perform its fall concert, “Perspectives: Heaven to Earth,” at Bush Memorial Baptist Church on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017, at 2:30 p.m.

The 37-voice mixed choir will perform five pieces, each using two or three different musical treatments.

Special guests include Dr. James Brown, Dr. John Jinright, Dr. James Seay…

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Numerous concerts taking place at TROY this month

TROY's College of Communication and Fine Arts is presenting a number of concerts the next few weeks.

TROY's College of Communication and Fine Arts is presenting a number of concerts the next few weeks.

Troy University’s College of Communication and Fine Arts is closing out the spring semester with a bang.

Numerous concerts and recitals take place in the last few weeks of April, all of which are free and open to the public.

The schedule of upcoming concerts is as follows:

April 21: Brass Quintet recital at 5:30…

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