As the Troy University jazz ensemble has grown, the John M. Long School of Music has been able to give back to the talented students playing in it.
The jazz ensemble has grown a lot in recent years, from friendly competitions with other ensembles to expanding their online presence.
Theo Hornsby, the lead trumpet player for…
Hall School of Journalism and Communication students got the opportunity to network, meet with employers and pursue job or internship opportunities at Thursday’s journalism career fair.
Held in the Trojan Center ballrooms, the career fair featured 13 employers and was mandatory for HSJC majors and minors, said Robbyn Taylor, director of the department.
MathFest, held in John Robert Lewis Hall over the weekend, included various presentations exploring the applications of mathematics, competitions and a browse session.
The event, held on Friday evening and most of Saturday, was targeted towards undergraduate students, according to Ken Roblee, chair of the math department.
Troy University student Haleigh Mooore listens to a…
Less-than-ideal hiking conditions were dished out to the 36 brothers of Alpha Tau Omega as they began Walk Hard 2023 from the Quad on the Troy Campus.
They would not let cold, wet weather deter them on their ‘march to the sea,’ nor keep the brothers from raising $125,500 for an area Christian mission.