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Student journalists granted access to President Biden press conference at Lockheed Martin

Claudia Peppenhorst and Cailey Wright received credentials to cover the president's visit to Troy.

Claudia Peppenhorst and Cailey Wright received credentials to cover the president's visit to Troy.

Two student journalists from Troy University gained the opportunity of a lifetime when President Joe Biden visited Lockheed Martin on May 3.

Lockheed Martin is a manufacturing, final assembly, test and storage operation for missile programs supported by Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control. The Troy, Ala. based facility made headlines for producing the javelin…

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Troy University journalism students win top awards

Nine students earned 13 awards from two major journalism organizations.

Nine students earned 13 awards from two major journalism organizations.

Students in the Hall School of Journalism performed well in recent award ceremonies, earning multiple accolades from both the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) and the Southeast Journalism Conference (SEJC).

The SPJ’s annual Mark of Excellence Award honors the best in student journalism. Entries are first judged on the regional level, and winners advance to…

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“Newsies” performance available online nightly until March 12

"Newsies" can be streamed for free online at 7 p.m. from March 10-12

Those who missed the Troy University Department of Theatre and Dance’s live performances of “Newsies” have the opportunity to view a complimentary stream of the production online from March 10-12 at 7 p.m. nightly.

This event is TROY’s first foray into online streaming of full productions. Tori Lee Averett, Assistant Dean of the College of Communication…

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TROY donates broadcast equipment in wake of fire at Booker T. Washington Magnet School

Aaron Taylor, TV production coordinator, shows one of the cameras donated to Booker T. Washington Magnet School broadcast teacher Richard Williams.

Aaron Taylor, TV production coordinator, shows one of the cameras donated to Booker T. Washington Magnet School broadcast teacher Richard Williams.

When Booker T. Washington student Aylon Gipson learned that his school had been destroyed by an Aug. 18 fire, his heart sank. Gone was the broadcast equipment he had used and all the work he had produced over the last two years.

On Tuesday, thanks to a donation of five cameras, accessories, a sound board…

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