2020 Trojan Heart Challenge seeking those who embody University motto

The winner of the Trojan Heart Challenge chooses a charity that will receive a check for $1,000.

The winner of the Trojan Heart Challenge chooses a charity that will receive a check for $1,000.

Troy University’s commitment to compassion and service can be seen in its founding motto: “Educate the mind to think, the heart to feel and the body to act.”

The Trojan Heart Challenge, in its third year, aims to find the individuals who best embody that motto.

A joint effort of the John W. Schmidt Center…

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Montgomery student wins second Trojan Heart award

Jasmine Denson won a $1,000 donation to the charity of her choosing, Adullam House in Wetumpka.

Jasmine Denson won a $1,000 donation to the charity of her choosing, Adullam House in Wetumpka.

A Troy University student with a passion for giving won the second annual TROY Trojan Heart during a ceremony Tuesday at the International Arts Center.

Jasmine Denson, a senior sociology major at TROY’s Montgomery Campus, won the award, which is given to the individual who best embodies TROY’s motto: “Educate the mind to think, the…

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Dothan student named first Trojan Heart Challenge winner

Ashley Calloway won a $1,000 check to be donated to Chicktime, a local charity that helps the Alabama Baptist Children's Home in Dothan.

Ashley Calloway won a $1,000 check to be donated to Chicktime, a local charity that helps the Alabama Baptist Children's Home in Dothan.

Troy University named Dothan resident Ashley Calloway the winner of the inaugural Trojan Heart Challenge on Wednesday.

TROY Chancellor Dr. Jack Hawkins Jr., and his wife, Janice Hawkins, presented Calloway with a $1,000 check to be donated to the charity of her choice, the Dothan chapter of Chicktime, a nonprofit aimed at connecting women to…

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