Troy University’s Department of Theatre and Dance will shed an artistic light on the life of Helen Keller as part of the 22nd annual Helen Keller Lecture Series on Nov. 14 at Claudia Crosby Theater.
“Helen Unveiled: Activist. Visionary. Lover.” begins at 10 a.m. and focuses on Keller’s tragic romance with newspaperman Peter Fagan through…
Troy University’s Student Veterans Association will be hiking for a cause on Nov. 11 through its annual fundraiser, RUCK-A-THON.
The event begins at 12:30 on Friday, Nov. 11 at the Troy University track. All proceeds from the event will be donated to this year’s philanthropy, “Troy for Troops Foundation Scholarship.”
The event will be a…
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…
Sitting outside the building that bears his name, former Troy State University Chancellor Dr. Ralph W. Adams can keep a close eye on the campus he led for 25 years.
Troy University officials on Friday unveiled a new statue of Dr. Adams which sits on a bench outside of the Adams Administration Building.