TROY journalism students get field experience in simulated crime scene

The exercise was held to give student reporters a taste at what real-life reporting will look like.

The exercise was held to give student reporters a taste at what real-life reporting will look like.

Troy University journalism students had a chance to experience reporting at a crime scene in a simulation held Friday morning on the Troy Campus thanks to a partnership between the Hall School of Journalism and Communication and the Troy University Police Department.

Paige Ray, TV Production Coordinator for TrojanVision News, worked with TUPD officials to…

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International Women’s Day event planned for March 4 at TROY’s International Arts Center

"An Evening of Music and Poetry" showcases talented women faculty.

Faculty and staff from across Troy University have collaborated to host the third annual “An Evening of Music and Poetry” on March 4 in recognition of  International Women’s Day. The event is free and open to the public. 

“An Evening of Music and Poetry” will be held Monday, March 4 at 7 p.m.

A collaboration…

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TROY hosts 2024 Southeast Journalism Conference

Student journalists from across the southeast competed for awards and attended workshops.

Student journalists from across the southeast competed for awards and attended workshops.

Students from across the southeast flocked to Troy University to take part in the 2024 Southeast Journalism Conference held from Feb. 23-25. Multiple TROY students took home awards from the SEJC’s annual “Best of the South” awards banquet.

The conference—titled “Truth and Consequence”—included on-site competitions, panels and sessions to teach attendees about various topics in journalism….

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Posey wins Troy University Intramural Speech Tournament

Students competed in informative and persuasive categories before a panel of judges.

Students competed in informative and persuasive categories before a panel of judges.

The Troy University Intramural Speech Tournament, organized by the Hall School of Journalism and Communication, was held Nov. 1 in HAL Hall of Honor. Kiara Posey was named the overall winner, earning a $500 scholarship.

Posey, a senior communication studies major from Georgiana, Alabama, and news editor of The Tropolitan, gave a persuasive speech about…

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