Troy announces move online after Thanksgiving, masks required

Emma Daniel Editor-in-Chief   Troy University will be returning to campus for Fall 2020, but with mask requirements, social distancing guidelines, coronavirus testing, and no return to campus after Thanksgiving break, according to a university email sent Wednesday evening. Face coverings will be required on campus in places where social distancing is difficult, such as in Read More

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Several cases of COVID-19 found within Troy Athletics

Wesley Kirchharr Staff Writer Troy University Athletic Director Brent Jones and Head Football Coach Chip Lindsey said there are several confirmed cases of COVID-19 within Troy Athletics during a virtual press conference Thursday morning. Jones stated the difficulty in determining a specific number of cases due to the rapidly changing situation, but he confirmed both staff Read More

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Summer classes online, dorms closing, refunds: Troy University coronavirus update

Troy University announced online-only plans for the rest of the spring semester and for summer in a statement sent to all Troy students, faculty and staff Tuesday morning. The Tropolitan is working today, March 31, to gather more information for students regarding the remainder of this semester and summer plans and will update with separate stories Read More

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

Emma DanielĀ  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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