TROY to host several camps for summer 2017

Students take part in story time at a recent Summer Spectacular on the Dothan Campus. The event is one of several camps coming up this summer at TROY.

Students take part in story time at a recent Summer Spectacular on the Dothan Campus. The event is one of several camps coming up this summer at TROY.

As the school year comes to a close, many parents are searching for activities to fill their children’s days this summer. From athletics to theatre and dance camps, Troy University offers the solution.

TROY camps provide fun learning opportunities that give young people the chance to meet and interact with others in their age groups…

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Burton, other theatre students bringing history to life at Rosa Parks Museum

Adira Burton, a sophomore theatre major from Gautier, Miss., portrays Rosa Parks for events at the Rosa Parks Museum.

Adira Burton, a sophomore theatre major from Gautier, Miss., portrays Rosa Parks for events at the Rosa Parks Museum.

When Adira Burton steps onto the stage in the auditorium of Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum, she hangs up her coat and hat and transports her audience back in time.

Taking a seat at a desk, Burton opens an envelope and begins to read a letter penned by a child to the Mother of the…

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Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum names atrium in memory of Charles Cahn Baum

Patti Baum, wife of the late Charles Cahn Baum, makes remarks during Saturday's naming ceremony.

Patti Baum, wife of the late Charles Cahn Baum, makes remarks during Saturday's naming ceremony.

MONTGOMERY – Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum honored a family with roots in Montgomery on Saturday, naming its atrium in memory of Charles Cahn Baum and in honor of his family.

Reared in Montgomery in a prominent Jewish family, Charles Baum graduated from Princeton, Harvard Business School and the University of Maryland Law School. A…

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Exhibit examining racial violence, lynching coming to Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum

A display of shirts representing victims of racial violence is part of an exhibit by Renee Billingslea, opening Thursday at the Rosa Parks Museum.

A display of shirts representing victims of racial violence is part of an exhibit by Renee Billingslea, opening Thursday at the Rosa Parks Museum.

“The Fabric of Race,” an exhibit by Renee Billingslea that examines racial violence and lynching in America, will open at Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum on April 20 with an opening reception set for 6 p.m.

The exhibit, described as “a visual environment for all to enter, learn and contemplate racial violence and lynching,” is…

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