Protest of George Floyd’s death in downtown Troy

In the wake of nationwide outrage over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, more than 50 students and community members joined in protest on the square in downtown Troy Friday. The protest lasted from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and protestors say they plan to continue demonstrating for at least another couple of days. 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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Walk Hard: ATO members will start walking to Panama City Beach Friday morning

(Photo/Contributed) Members of Troy University’s Alpha Tau Omega fraternity pose with their flag on the beach last year after completing the annual six-day, 128.3-mile walk from Troy to Panama City Beach known as Walk Hard. The proceeds from the event go to benefit veterans. Luke Brantley Variety Editor Lirona Joshi Staff Writer Members of Troy University’s Read More

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