TROY alumna Star Hy was planning to be in Kabul, Afghanistan for one year working on investigating visa fraud at the U.S. Embassy there.
DSS Special Agent Star Hy
Instead, the Diplomatic Security Service special agent found herself evacuating thousands of Americans, foreign allies and at-risk Afghans just two weeks after hitting the ground. She…
What started out for Sarah Snyder as part-time high school job has gone to the dogs, literally.
The sophomore business major from Roeton, AL has created Countryside Kennels and was the winner of the IDEA Bank’s Student Entrepreneur Marketing Competition, which was open to IDEA Bank students during the spring semester.
Sarah Snyder, owner of…
Sixteen graphic design students from professor Chris Stagl’s Spring typography class recently competed to have their work showcased in the Sorrell College of Business. After being juried by Dr. Judson Edwards, Dean of the SCOB, and the class client, Dr. George “Paul” Willis, a winner was named after a live-voting event held May 3.
Troy University will be represented at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s “Out of the Darkness Overnight Walk” in Washington, D.C.
Allison Lindley, a member of the Dothan Campus’ Rotaract Chapter of Rotary Club International, will participate in this year’s walk June 3. Beginning in 2004, AFSP’s nationwide Out of the Darkness walks have helped…