Yearbooks available Tuesday

The 2014-15 Palladium, Troy University’s yearbook, is ready for students to pick up.
The staff is delivering copies in bulk to Greek organizations that reserved copies, according to editor Davis Gamble and business manager Morgan Graham.
If you reserved an individual copy, you can pick it up between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Tuesday on the quad outside the Trojan Center. Bring your student ID. If it rains, the distribution will be moved to the food court area.
Students who didn’t reserve copies can buy them for $5 each while supplies last. Students can also reserve copies of the 2015-16 yearbook, which will come out next fall.
Those who miss Tuesday’s distribution can visit the Palladium office on the ground floor of Wallace Hall or email palladium@troy.edu.
“Spirit” is the theme of the 2014-15 Palladium — the largest one of recent years, with 400 pages and dozens of student organizations. It contains about 1,265 student portraits and hundreds of other pictures of students and events.
Sections include academics, Troy abroad, Trojan spirit, athletics, performing arts, publications, organizations, Greeks and Trojans (portraits).

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