When Troy University’s Student Government Association swore in its five new executive board members it was a historic moment as it is the first time all five SGA executive officers have been African-American.
President Maxwell George , Executive Vice President Tim Showalter, Vice President of Internal Affairs Keneshia Mahan, Vice President for Campus Affairs…
The future leadership of Troy University’s Student Government Association met in a televised debate on TROY TrojanVision.
The candidates for the executive officer position in TROY’s SGA took part in the televised debate as a way to introduce themselves to student voters and share their platforms.
The executive officer election will take place on…
Troy University’s Student Government Association celebrated Women’s History Month by honoring seven female students on campus.
Every March the SGA selects TROY’s “Most Outstanding Women.”
This year’s recipients were Gretil Sutton, Kynsley Blasingame, Jade Blocker, Shaley Smith, Alyssa Hartz, Destyni Peoples And Mackenzie Martin.
They were recognized in a banquet held in the Lamar…
Troy University’s Student Government Association is tackling the topic of cell phones in the classroom.
The SGA proposed some new legislation at its last meeting based on concerns from students about some instructors on campus confiscating student cell phones prior to the start of their classes.
The resolution is asking the Dean of Student…