Two associated with university diagnosed with COVID-19, one case in Pike County

Emma Daniel  News Editor A Troy student and one faculty member have been diagnosed with COVID-19, according to a university statement, but they have been off-campus since spring break. One case of COVID-19 has also been confirmed in Pike County, according to the Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH). Neither the faculty member or the student Read More

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Coronavirus: Classes moving online; campus will remain open

Troy University will move to online-only classes due to the outbreak of the coronavirus COVID-19, but residence halls and dining halls will remain open to accommodate students who cannot go home. Classes will be online only from March 16 to April 5. On April 6, the university will announce how it plans to proceed. All events Read More

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Troy suspends on campus classes till April 6th

Troy University has suspended all on campus classes effective March 16th moving to alternate delivery systems. On campus classes are scheduled to resume Monday April 6th. “We chose to make this transition out of an abundance of caution to mitigate risk and prevent exposure or spread of the virus on our campuses,” said Dr. Lance Tatum, Read More

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SGA President-elect discusses plans

(Photo/Contributed) Collin Willis Staff Writer SGA President-elect Nicole Jayjohn, a junior marine biology major from Daphne, Alabama, is excited for this upcoming school year to take a positive step with student involvement.  She will be succeeding Morgan Long, a senior sports management major from Birmingham, Alabama. Jayjohn is planning on an unorthodox platform that doesn’t focus Read More

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