These Hands Don’t Hurt

Troy’s SAVE Project will be hosting their annual “These Hands Don’t Hurt” event on the Quad on Wednesday, April 10 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to bring awareness to those who are victims of sexual violence. The event invites students, faculty and staff to place their hand print on a banner, representing their commitment to Read More

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School of Accountancy

Troy’s School of Accountancy students will be serving the community this weekend by participating in tax preparation. Dena S. Mitchell, assistant professor in the School of Accountancy, is a supervisor for this preparation. “Troy students have been preparing income tax returns, both state and federal, and filing those returns with the US government,” she said. “The Read More

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Greg Price story

Troy University Computer Forensics Institute named a 2013 IDG’s computerworld Honors Program Laureate. Troy was the only university to be recognized in the safety and security category. The award was given based on a case study selected for more than 700 nominations and is one of 269 Laureates from 29 countries. “It’s an international award, so Read More

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SGA Senate elections held on Wednesday

SGA Senate elections were held on Wednesday, Mar. 27. Open seats included the college of arts and sciences, college of education, college of business, college of communication, college of health and human services and at-large. Winners of the college senate elections include: Adam Anderson and Judson Harrison for the college of arts and sciences, Becca Lindsey Read More

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Newman Center Lease

While the Newman Center dorms are still under construction, Troy University has taken steps to ensure it’s here to stay. University officials, along with the Catholic Archbishop of Mobile, Thomas Rodi, signed a 25-year lease for the 2,400 square foot property to the Archdiocese of Mobile. “It is the essential role of a university to build Read More

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