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Remembering Zhao Kangmin, discoverer of the Terracotta Army

June 27, 2018
By Matt Clower

The Chinese archeologist who discovered the famous Terracotta Army passed away last month, leaving behind a legacy that left its mark around the world, including at the Troy Campus.

Zhao Kangmin was a self-taught archaeologist and lover of history who at 24 became curator of the Lintong Museum in Shannxi province. It was on an…

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International Arts Center a great choice for summer fun

June 1, 2017
By Greg Phillips

If you’re looking for a recreational destination this summer, look no further than Troy University’s International Arts Center and the Janice Hawkins Cultural Arts Park.

The International Arts Center is open from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and features several collections of beautiful art.

The Huo Bao Zhu Gallery, home to revolving…

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TROY gifts two terracotta warriors to Montgomery library

April 17, 2017
By Clif Lusk

A pair of replica terracotta warriors now grace the Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library in Montgomery.

The pair – a gift from Troy University to the City of Montgomery – will reside in the downtown library until permanent quarters are established in the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts. An unveiling ceremony was conducted Thursday, March…

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