Every day Troy University students walk past a building named for civil rights leader John Lewis and a few give their thoughts on what he means to them and their right to vote.
“John Lewis influenced a lot of African-Americans to be able to vote in today’s time,” says Kendrez White, Troy University senior.
COVID-19 may have put a damper on traditional trick-or-treating but it didn’t stop a pair of Troy University student groups from handing out some candy.
TROY’s Freshman Forum and the Black Student Union gave local children the chance to dress in costumes and get some treats through a safe and socially distanced trunk or…
Abandoned bikes will no longer litter the Troy University campus.
Troy University’s new Chief of University Police, George Beaudry, is cleaning up in his first weeks on the job initiating an effort to rid the campus of old and abandoned bikes.
It was inspired by seeing a rusty abandoned bike chained up behind the campus…
The name of the “Boy from Troy” is now a major part of the campus of TROY. Crews removed the old letters from the former Bibb Graves Hall to add the lettering for John Robert Lewis Hall on October 1st.
The building was renamed in honor of the Pike County native and civil rights icon…