Troy student gets hands dirty on grounds crew

Bishal Niroula photo  Amari Graben (left), a sophomore social work major from Alabaster, Alabama, and Eliza Thomas (right), a freshman psychology major from Cullman, Alabama, working outside of Jack Hawkins Hall. Pratibha Gautam Staff Writer Tia Yarbrough, a junior criminal justice major from Eufaula, is at work landscaping the university grounds by 6:30 a.m. three days Read More

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Differentiating workship vs. work-study

Lirona Joshi Staff Writer Abhigya Ghimire Staff Writer Even though they sound pretty similar to one another, the terms workship and work-study have a huge difference in their meanings.  According to Troy University’s Financial Aid website, work-study programs are designed to assist students who are in need of employment to pursue their education. Students are assigned Read More

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