In 2016, 26.4 percent of the 33,046 residents of Pike County live below the federal poverty line, and Troy University students experienced a fraction of those struggles during a poverty simulation on Nov. 1.
According to Alabama Possible, the organization responsible for the demonstration, more than 900,000 Americans live in poverty.
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Troy University students gave back and went to work during TROY’s sixth annual Days of Service.
From Sept. 8 to Sept. 10, approximately 50 to 60 students volunteered at the Boys & Girls Club of Pike and Surrounding Counties in Troy to help with renovations, according to Jonathan Cellon, the coordinator of learning activities at…
It is ordinary for a university to award scholarships to its students; however, what is extraordinary is awarding a scholarship funded by another student.
Troy University sophomore Cole Debardelaben, a computer science major from Deatsville, Alabama, worked with the Office of Development and the Troy University Foundation to create the Robert N. “Cole” Debardelaben Current…
A group of high school teachers from Chile spent the month of July learning the English language and American culture courtesy of Troy University.
The University was selected by the U.S. Embassy in Santiago, Chile, to host and teach the Chilean visitors English as a Second Language.
Those participating in the program were high school…