Black History Month event works to preserve important historical papers

(Photo/ Zenith Shrestha) Students work with Learning Center Coordinator Patricia Harris to transcribe papers written by Anna Julia Cooper, a prominent black scholar and activist. Lirona Joshi Staff Writer The Learning Center at Troy University observed Douglass Day last Friday. The day is a commemoration of the legacy of the African-American author Fredrick Douglass. In 2017, Read More

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Troy University Students use memes to express concerns, complaints

Left: A meme posted to the Troy Students by Students Facebook group by Zipeng He. Right: Another meme posted to the same group by Soumitra Ganguly. These are a few examples of students using popular meme formats to voice their opinions and observations about campus issues. Lirona Joshi Staff Writer People posting memes on the various Read More

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Students and faculty explain the Risk Management Insurance major

Lirona Joshi Staff Writer Troy University, in a bid to provide proficiency in risk management and insurance concepts as applied to global business framework, has been offering the Risk Management and Insurance (RMI) major concentration as a part of Sorrell College of Business’s degree program since 2000. The goal of the program is to facilitate industry-specific Read More

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Troy Students gain experience managing micro-businesses in Ecuador

(CONTRIBUTED/ Bria Jansen) Lirona Joshi Staff Writer Every year, the Sorrell College of Business provides global business majors the opportunity to study abroad in Ecuador as a part of their global leadership experience. The week-long trip takes students to Salinas, a small rural village nestled in the Andes mountains in Ecuador, where they spend time engaging Read More

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