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Phenix City Campus partners with Phenix City Housing Authority to provide brighter Christmas for families

The Adopt-a-Family program has been helping families since 2016.

The Adopt-a-Family program has been helping families since 2016.

Phenix City Vice Chancellor Dr. Dionne Rosser-Mims (Left), Phenix City Housing Authority Executive Director Dr. Jason Whitehead (Center), and Regional Director for Development Kathy Ninas (Right) pose with Adopt-a-Family 2020 donations in the riverfront campus boardroom.

Since 2016, Troy University’s Phenix City Campus participates in the Adopt-a-Family event with partners at the Phenix City Housing…

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Concert Chorale presents fall concert Nov. 17

Concert Chorale will perform Nov. 17 at 3 p.m. at First United Methodist Church in Troy.

Concert Chorale will perform Nov. 17 at 3 p.m. at First United Methodist Church in Troy.

The Troy University Concert Chorale invites the public to attend its fall concert, “Behold, a Child is Born,” on Sunday, Nov. 17 at 3 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Troy.

This concert of Advent and Christmas music features works by Benjamin Britten (“A Ceremony of Carols”), the “Christmas Cantata” (Daniel Pinkham)…

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Dothan Campus lights up with Festival of Trees

The annual Dothan Campus event features faculty, staff and students coming together to celebrate the holiday season.

The annual Dothan Campus event features faculty, staff and students coming together to celebrate the holiday season.

Troy University’s Dothan Campus kicked off the holiday season with its biggest Festival of Trees to date.

The annual event centers on a Christmas tree competition between various departments across campus, with faculty, staff and students contributing trees with decorations reflecting their work and personalities.

“This is just a really good way that the staff,…

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It Came from the Archives: Vintage Christmas cards

Dr. Marty Olliff's monthly column examines a collection of Christmas cards dating to 1924.

Dr. Marty Olliff's monthly column examines a collection of Christmas cards dating to 1924.

The Wiregrass Archives has just received a found collection (scavenged from the curb) that contains a number of Christmas cards dating from 1924 to 1958, all sent to the same Alabama resident.  With just a little bit of experience, you can see that they are fairly specific to the artwork common to their era, and…

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