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Intramural Speech Tournament resumes after gap year, awards scholarship

Three winners were recognized along with awarding a $500 scholarship.

Three winners were recognized along with awarding a $500 scholarship.

After skipping a year due to COVID-19, the Troy University Intramural Speech Tournament resumed on April 21. Lauren Martin, a sophomore nursing major, had the top overall score.

Held in the HAL Hall of Honor, the tournament hosted several rounds of participants narrowed down to six finalists and three top scorers in the categories of…

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Early acceptance program guarantees seats for Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program

High school seniors and college freshmen now have a guaranteed pathway to Troy University’s School of Nursing.

High school seniors and college freshmen now have a guaranteed pathway to Troy University’s School of Nursing.

High school seniors and Troy University freshmen now have a guaranteed pathway to Troy University’s School of Nursing.

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Early Acceptance Program guarantees a student a seat in the nursing program as long as the requirements of the program are maintained.

“It takes the guessing and waiting away,” said Dr. Wade Forehand, Director…

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Nursing Jobs: Hands-on, Front-Line — and Critical

TROY's nursing program takes a comprehensive approach to equipping future nursing professionals with the skills to lead change in the medical field.

TROY's nursing program takes a comprehensive approach to equipping future nursing professionals with the skills to lead change in the medical field.

Ask Dr. Wade Forehand, Ph.D., Director and Professor of the Troy University School of Nursing if nursing is a critical job, and he’ll give you a very direct answer. “Nursing is virtually the backbone of the medical profession,” he says. And when it comes to providing care, he believes nurses are front and center day…

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Family and faith was key focus for Cheryl DiChiara

Cheryl DiChiara, a majorette in the Sound of the South in the early 1970's and a member of Phi Mu sorority, died Jan. 14, 2021.

Cheryl DiChiara, a majorette in the Sound of the South in the early 1970's and a member of Phi Mu sorority, died Jan. 14, 2021.

The Trojan Nation lost one of its heroines on January 14 when Cheryl Colley DiChiara passed away after a courageous fight against COVID-19. At the same time, the city of Troy lost a shining example of how a home-town girl exemplifies faith, family and service. 

“Cheryl Colley DiChiara was a model alumna and a true…

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