Troy students gearing up for mission trip to Brazil

Katherine Hafley Contributor This summer, seven Troy students will spend eight weeks of their summer in Brazil interacting with Brazilian college students and immersing themselves in the culture. Campus Outreach is a Christian organization that works to build relationships with students on campus by the sharing of their faith; this summer, they plan to take that Read More

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Leadership conference promotes opportunity for building diverse relationships among races

Olivia Nobles Staff Writer The city of Troy and Troy University will host its 18th annual Leadership Conference, courtesy of the Troy Institute for Leadership Development, on Feb. 1 and 2. This event is in celebration of Black History Month, and the theme is “Leaders Embracing New Relationships, Destinations, and Opportunities.”  Leandro Guimaraes Froes, an international Read More

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Vietnam reflects global partnerships: Chancellor ventures abroad for graduation; students find home at Troy

Taylor Walding Variety Editor Last week, Troy awarded about 50 diplomas during commencement ceremonies in Vietnam, further proving its focus on international learning. When Chancellor Jack Hawkins first traveled to Vietnam in 1968, he was a platoon leader for the Marines during the decades-long Vietnam War. Today, as Troy’s chancellor, he travels to Vietnam on much Read More

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Mature, modernized musical set to open on Saturday

Emily Foster Staff Writer This Saturday is the opening night for the Department of Theatre and Dance’s last and latest musical of the year, “Company.” According to Tommy Newman, a lecturer of theater and the director of “Company,” the show is about Bobby and his struggle as a 35-year-old man trying to figure out love and Read More

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