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Janet Nolan exhibit on display at Troy University’s International Arts Center

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Janet Nolan's "Reimagining the Everyday" is on display at TROY's International Arts Center.

Janet Nolan spent her life reimagining everyday objects into works of art. She would canvass the streets of New York City looking for colorful objects she could turn into art. Whether it was discarded umbrellas, men’s ties or plastic bottles, the objects Nolan found served as the foundation of her artwork. As an artist, she…

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TROY to honor military, observe anniversary of terrorist attacks during Sept. 11 football game

Each year since 2000, TROY has designated one home football to pay tribute to the nation's military. This year's game is set for Sept. 11.

Each year since 2000, TROY has designated one home football to pay tribute to the nation's military. This year's game is set for Sept. 11.

Troy University will pay tribute to the nation’s military and observe the 20th anniversary of the 9-11 terrorist attacks on Sept. 11 as the Trojans welcome in Liberty to Veterans Memorial Stadium. Kickoff for the game is set for 6 p.m.

TROY has designated one home football game as its Military Appreciation Game annually since…

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Three honored with Sullivan Awards at Troy University

From, left to right, are Sullivan Award winners Oshea Beckford, Martavious Ginyard and Annie Percy with Mrs. Janice Hawkins, First Lady of TROY..

From, left to right, are Sullivan Award winners Oshea Beckford, Martavious Ginyard and Annie Percy with Mrs. Janice Hawkins, First Lady of TROY..

Troy University has honored two students and a member of the University’s faculty with the 2021 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards.

Oshea D. Beckford, a senior criminal justice major from Huntsville, Martavious Ginyard, a senior theatre major from Troy, and Annie Percy, English as a Second Language Instructor at TROY, received the Sullivan Awards during a…

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TROY’s First Lady: Three decades of progress

Janice Hawkins brought her passions for culture and art to TROY and used them to help transform the University.

Janice Hawkins brought her passions for culture and art to TROY and used them to help transform the University.

A walk across Troy University’s Troy Campus in 2020 looks significantly different than it did in 1989 when Dr. Jack Hawkins, Jr. arrived as the new Chancellor.

From the lush greenery to the modernized buildings, one of the guiding forces behind the campus’ transformation throughout the last three decades has been at Dr. Hawkins’ side:…

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