Tag Archives: coronavirus

A TROY student’s perspective on COVID-19

March 30, 2020
By Claudia Harris

While growing up watching movies like “Outbreak” and “Pandemic,” never once did I think that this would become a reality in my lifetime. The COVID-19 coronavirus has taken the world by storm. Sadly, getting things back to normal may be farther away than we think.

My mother is a kindergarten teacher, so I have…

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Wiregrass Archives looking to preserve social history of COVID-19

March 27, 2020
By Greg Phillips

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic is a global historical event that continues to play out and affect our lives.

While news reports focus on the wide-scale issues caused by the pandemic, Troy University’s Wiregrass Archives is looking to the public for help preserving the day-to-day history of this ongoing crisis and its effects on everyday life.

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How to Serve While Social Distancing

March 23, 2020
By Autumn Baggett-Griggs

It’s no secret that TROY Trojans everywhere love to serve their communities. We are bound by our culture of caring, which drives us to support each other even when we feel uncertain about the future.

However, the social distancing required at this time complicates our normal outreach efforts. If you are looking for ways…

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