‘Stand Up & Be A Trojan’ for Troy Giving Day

Amya Mitchell Staff Writer Next Thursday, Oct. 8 will mark Troy University’s third annual Troy Giving Day, and the university is looking to reach a $150,000 goal. Maj. Gen. Walter Givhan, senior vice chancellor for Advancement and Economic Development, is leading the event and excited for Trojans to step up and give to one another. “Fall Read More

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The Bennie Adkins Foundation honors veterans, helps students

Contributed by the Bennie Adkins Foundation Lirona Joshi Staff Writer In a mission to honor the service of Special Forces veterans, the Benny Adkins Foundation has been providing educational scholarships to aid the transition of soldiers from military to civilian life. The foundation granted 10 scholarships in 2018 and is planning to increase the number to Read More

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17 receive scholarships honoring late student

Tu To Staff Writer Seventeen students were awarded the Lance Robert McLendon Scholarship for the academic year 2018-2019. Lance McLendon was a Troy accounting graduate from Birmingham in the class of 1995. He passed away in 2001 due to Crohn’s disease. According to his mother, Joan McLendon, his family decided to fund different projects including a Read More

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Incoming students to compete for Millennium, Chancellor scholarships

Sinclair Portis Staff Writer Lilly Casolaro News Editor The next group of incoming Troy freshmen will compete for academic scholarships. New scholarship requirements for the undergraduate academic scholarships of the Millennium Scholar’s Award and the Chancellor’s Award have been implemented for incoming Troy freshmen in 2018. This year’s changes do not guarantee that qualified students will Read More

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