TROY dedicates NPHC Plaza honoring historically African American Greek organizations

Troy University leaders, current students and alumni came together on Saturday for the dedication of the NPHC Plaza on the Troy Campus.

Troy University leaders, current students and alumni came together on Saturday for the dedication of the NPHC Plaza on the Troy Campus.

Troy University officially dedicated the National Pan-Hellenic Council Plaza, recognizing and honoring the historically African American Greek-letter organizations, on Saturday.

The plaza is comprised of nine markers, one for each organization at TROY: Omega Psi Phi, Phi Beta Sigma, Iota Phi Theta, Kappa Alpha Psi, Alpha Phi Alpha, Sigma Gamma Rho, Delta Sigma Theta, Alpha…

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University raising funds for NPHC Plaza on Troy Campus

Conceptual image of the planned plaza.

Conceptual image of the planned plaza.

Troy University is currently raising money to honor some of its most impactful student organizations.

TROY plans to honor its nine National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) groups with the NPHC Plaza, an outdoor area featuring plots and a Circle of Honor representing each organization.

NPHC is the governing body of the nine largest historically African American…

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Walk Hard finishes strong with biggest fundraiser yet

The annual Alpha Tau Omega fundraising walk brought in more than $70,000 to help veterans.

The annual Alpha Tau Omega fundraising walk brought in more than $70,000 to help veterans.

When more than 30 members of Troy University’s Alpha Tau Omega fraternity finally arrived at  Panama City Beach, Florida, Wednesday, after six days of walking, they had an extra reason to celebrate.

This year’s Walk Hard fundraising walk raised $71,000 for charity, the largest amount yet for the event, which celebrated its 10-year anniversary.

“This…

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Founders, participants look back at 10 years of Walk Hard fundraiser

Alpha Tau Omega brothers walk arm-in-arm during the 2017 Walk Hard event.

Alpha Tau Omega brothers walk arm-in-arm during the 2017 Walk Hard event.

On Friday, another group of Alpha Tau Omega brothers will begin a 130-mile walk from Troy University to Panama City Beach, Florida, all for the purpose of helping military veterans.

This year’s group of 34 walkers is aiming to raise an astounding $60,000 for Jeep Sullivan’s Wounded Warrior Outdoor Adventures, a local nonprofit organization that…

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