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Johnson Center conference examines reopening the economy after COVID

The Manuel Johnson Center for Political Economy hosted a conference in Birmingham recently that drew experts from around the country. (TROY photo)
 

The Sorrell College of Business’ Manley Johnson Center for Political Economy at Troy University hosted “Reopening the Economy in the Age of COVID” in Birmingham Feb. 25.

“The coronavirus pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges to businesses not just in Alabama and the Southeast, but across the world.  Business leaders have struggled to protect the health and…

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Troy University to begin providing COVID-19 vaccinations on Thursday

T-Roy encourages the use of face masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19. (TROY graphic)
 

Troy University has partnered with the Alabama Department of Public Health to serve as a distribution center for COVID-19 vaccinations starting on Thursday, March 4 at 9 a.m.

Vaccines will be administered at the Health Center located next to the Trojan Center on the Troy Campus. TROY has received 2,000 doses of the Moderna vaccine.

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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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Theatre and Dance Department gets creative amid COVID-19 restrictions

The department will unveil the Emerging Voices Festival this fall, a five-week event featuring a variety of student-led performances.

The department will unveil the Emerging Voices Festival this fall, a five-week event featuring a variety of student-led performances.

With COVID-19 making future plans uncertain for everyone, the Troy University Department of Theatre and Dance is finding creative ways to bring performances to the public.

Since news of the coronavirus stopped the world at the beginning of the year, many departments had to quickly change to adapt to new safety mandates, particularly with regards…

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