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Trojan Outreach receives NASPA award

The student organization was named an Outstanding Peer Education program for its work during Interpersonal Violence Awareness Week.

The student organization was named an Outstanding Peer Education program for its work during Interpersonal Violence Awareness Week.

Troy University’s Trojan Outreach was recognized as a NASPA Outstanding Peer Education program for their work during Interpersonal Violence Awareness Week in October 2020.

“It’s a huge accomplishment,” Trojan Outreach coordinator Morgan “Rose” Williams said. “Even though we do this for the sake of TROY students, it really hits home for us that we’re recognized…

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Trojan Outreach launches project to raise awareness of domestic violence

The display is located inside the Trojan Center.

The display is located inside the Trojan Center.

Troy University’s Trojan Outreach has launched its Clothesline Project to help bring awareness to violence against men, women and children.

Morgan “Rose” Williams is the coordinator of Trojan Outreach, a campus organization where students are “committed to promoting and influencing a culture that is focused on health, wellness and safety by empowering and engaging the…

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Project Semicolon spreads suicide awareness for students

Trojan Outreach, a student-led organization, is spearheading the project at the Troy Campus.

Trojan Outreach, a student-led organization, is spearheading the project at the Troy Campus.

Troy University’s Trojan Outreach is raising suicide awareness with Project Semicolon, which will last the whole of September.

Trojan Outreach is a peer-led education organization within Troy University’s Student Services division where student leaders are committed to promoting and influencing a culture that is focused on health, wellness and safety by empowering and engaging…

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TROY students produce nationally award-winning public service announcement

Kimbrlei McCain and Riley Jacks recieve the award from Rich Lucey (DEA), Marion Pierce (SAMHSA/CSAP), and Sean Fearns (DEA).

Kimbrlei McCain and Riley Jacks recieve the award from Rich Lucey (DEA), Marion Pierce (SAMHSA/CSAP), and Sean Fearns (DEA).

A public service announcement created by Troy University students has won first place in the fourth annual Red Ribbon Week Campus Video PSA National Contest.

The contest was sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration as a part of Red Ribbon Week activities. Colleges and universities that…

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