When Dr. Robert Saunders sat down to write his book about Supreme Court Justice John Archibald Campbell, he did so because he felt it was necessary.
Two decades after its publication, it’s still bringing newfound attention to one of the most important historical figures of the mid-19th century.
In October, Saunders was invited to speak…
For a college student, graduation is the culmination of a years-long journey.
In the case of recent Troy University graduate Mica Robinson, that journey was more challenging than most.
Robinson, who graduated from the University’s Dothan Campus in December, spent the bulk of her college career in a state of homelessness.
“In (about) 2013, I…
A Troy University alumna and longtime educator congratulated graduates Sunday at the Dothan Civic Center for setting, pursuing and achieving their goals.
Dr. Imogene Mixson, who was recently honored as one of TROY’s Alumni of the Year, told about 135 graduates from the University’s Dothan Campus that the Fall 2016 Commencement was a time of…
The votes have been tallied, and the Dothan Campus Library won the 2016 Festival of Trees Viewer’s Choice award for designing the best Christmas tree inside Everett Hall.
Twelve departments participated in the contest, which was voted on by the public throughout December.
Coming in second was the Office of the Vice Chancellor’s tree and…