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Phenix City Campus re-imagines 2020 Honors Convocation ceremony

TROY’s Phenix City Campus will host its annual Honors Convocation on May 19 to recognize outstanding student achievement in a drive-up ceremony.

TROY’s Phenix City Campus will host its annual Honors Convocation on May 19 to recognize outstanding student achievement in a drive-up ceremony.

TROY’s Phenix City Campus will host its annual Honors Convocation ceremony on May 19 to recognize outstanding student achievement in a unique way.

The Phenix City Campus will host a limited contact, drive-up ceremony to recognize Honors students with health and safety in mind. Students will receive their awards of recognition in curbside fashion to…

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Bugs on Broad coming to Phenix City

Second graders at Lakewood Primary School had their Bugs on Broad illustrations on display at Phenix City Schools' Festival of the Arts event.

Second graders at Lakewood Primary School had their Bugs on Broad illustrations on display at Phenix City Schools' Festival of the Arts event.

Troy University staff members and partnering organizations are uniting local school districts and regional arts in a creative way – through a new, community-wide art project known as Bugs on Broad.

Bugs on Broad combines the imaginative talents of local elementary school children and professional artists native to the Chattahoochee Valley region. The program’s mission…

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New endowed scholarship will help Phenix City residents attend TROY

Phenix City Mayor Eddie Lowe, and wife Deborah, present $15,000 to Troy University. The funds will help endow a scholarship for Phenix City residents.

Phenix City Mayor Eddie Lowe, and wife Deborah, present $15,000 to Troy University. The funds will help endow a scholarship for Phenix City residents.

Four years ago, when Phenix City Mayor Eddie Lowe and his wife Deborah held their first charitable ball, they hoped the event would be a success—what they experienced was overwhelming.

The event sold out in its first year, and has done so every year since despite moving to larger venues.

“It’s been amazing,” Deborah Lowe…

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