Troy University Police were stopping students on the quad Wednesday morning but instead of tickets, they were handing out coffee.
“Coffee with a Cop” offered students a warm drink and a pastry on their way to their morning classes.
“Today’s a chance to kind of give back to the community for all they’re helping…
Troy University‘s Trojan Outreach hung out the dirty laundry associated with domestic violence to close out Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
The Clothesline Project was an event designed to bring attention to the facts and figures related to domestic violence.
Students got the chance to tell their stories through designing t-shirts with uplifting messages…
The work of author Toni Morrison, who wrote many novels about the topics of slavery and progressive change, was the focus of the Troy University English Department’s most recent forum.
“I was very curious to sort of delve into what might happen to Toni Morrison in the future,” says English Professor Kirk Curnutt. “Because…
Troy University‘s English department celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month with the 71st English Forum where students shake off their nerves and present their choice of literature, this month focusing on Hispanic authors.
“This was a part of a series of events that we have we’ve been doing this since I think 2008 actually where we have…