Attending college is one of the most memorable times in life, and your campus truly becomes a home away from home. For this Valentine’s Day, we asked seniors Bayleigh Thompson and Caitlin Smith to share their perspectives on what they love about being a student on the Troy campus.
Here’s their combined list:
The small class…
The Troy University Library will host an open mic read-in of African American literature on Feb. 16 as part of a series of events for Black History Month.
Partnering with the Black Caucus, the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) sponsors activities each February to celebrate African American artists with performances and readings, according…
Coming from a girl who cares about grades like I care about TROY being ranked (Go Trojans), finals week cannot be taken lightly. We’ve made it through the semester and we can smell the pine needles now; it’s time for Christmas break, right? Wrong. Like any Troy Trojan should do, we’re powering through finals week….
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.
“The first time I did…