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Popular ‘It Came from the Archives’ post becomes TROY’s newest podcast

Wiregrass Archives Director Dr. Marty Olliff is featured on TROY's newest podcast.

Wiregrass Archives Director Dr. Marty Olliff is featured on TROY's newest podcast.

TROY Public Radio’s latest podcast features the history, culture and people of Alabama’s Wiregrass Region.

“It Came from the Archives,” a popular feature on the Troy.Today blog made its podcast debut in June with its first episode, “Troy University’s Origin Story” featuring Wiregrass Archives Director Dr. Marty Olliff and hosted by Greg Phillips and centering on A.A….

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TROY team competes at Intercollegiate Collegiate Programming Contest’s North America Championship

The team competes in up to four contests each year in the hopes of getting to the World Finals.

The team competes in up to four contests each year in the hopes of getting to the World Finals.

A group of Troy University computer science students put their problem-solving skills on display when they competed at the Intercollegiate Collegiate Programming Contest’s North America Championship (NAC) at the University of Central Florida from May 26-31.

Yongchen Zhou and Keyang Li, both seniors from Changzhou, Jiangsu, China, and Jinbo Liu, a senior from Xuzhou, Jinagsu,…

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Work underway to restore Troy University arboretum

With the help of community members, TROY professors and students, the goal is to restore the arboretum as an educational resource.

With the help of community members, TROY professors and students, the goal is to restore the arboretum as an educational resource.

A group of Troy University professors and students and community volunteers have recently undertaken a massive project—restoring the 75-acre arboretum back to its glory days.

Located on TROY’s campus, the arboretum encompasses seven and a half miles of nature trails, including two self-guided walks with labeled stops, over 500 identified plant species, a pond, an…

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TROY’s budding forensics program put to use in remains search in Pike County

Students will have the opportunity to enroll in an introductory forensic sciences class in Fall 2022.

Students will have the opportunity to enroll in an introductory forensic sciences class in Fall 2022.

A Troy University professor and two students in the budding forensic sciences program were recently called on to assist the Pike County Sheriff’s Department in the search for the remains of a 2012 murder victim believed to be buried in southern Pike County. The first course for the program was approved just six days after…

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