A historical marker dedicated to the significance of boiled peanuts in Dothan’s culinary and agricultural history was unveiled Wednesday morning on the Dothan Campus.
Provided by the William G. Pomeroy Foundation’s Hungry for History Marker Program, the marker commemorates boiled peanuts as an important food identified as part of Dothan’s history and heritage.
After local historian…
Brandon Shoupe, Chairman of the Houston County Commission, will provide the keynote address at TROY Dothan’s Spring Commencement on Sunday, May 21 at 3 p.m. at the Dothan Civic Center.
Over 100 undergrad and graduate students will receive their degrees during the ceremony. Tickets are not required.
Prior to his role as Chairman,…
Troy University will be represented at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s “Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk” in Washington, D.C.
Allison Lindley, a member of the Dothan Campus’ Rotaract Chapter of Rotary Club International, will participate in this year’s walk June 3. Beginning in 2004, AFSP’s nationwide Out of the Darkness walks have helped…
Troy University invites the public to the annual TROY Health and Wellness Fair and other Heritage Week events at the University’s Dothan Campus beginning April 18.
Vendors from the medical community will attend the fair to answer questions, give advice and administer health screenings, such as vision assessments, blood pressure checks, glucose testing, oximetry levels, hearing screenings…