Perspectives

The night the goal post came down

August 25, 2017
By Tom Davis

“The New Year’s Eve we did the town,
The day we tore the goal post down
We’ll have these moments to remember.”

The words of the old song that are printed above come back to me every time a new football season begins at Troy University. I was there on the…

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A greeting from the new Dothan Campus library director

August 24, 2017
By Elizabeth Dill

I’d like to welcome you all to the Troy University Dothan Campus library and Wiregrass Archives! Like all of the Troy University Libraries — Troy, Montgomery or Online — we’re here to advance the instructional, research and public service missions of the University. I invite you to take advantage of our services and partner with…

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Study abroad to Cuba opens eyes to a different world

July 20, 2017
By Nathaniel Rodriguez

When you go to another country to study abroad, you are exposed to a different perspective. When you study abroad in Cuba, you enter a different world, where the archaic and the modern inhabit the same space.

Imagine streets filled with people dressed in modern fashions, driving vibrant cars from the fifties or riding horse-drawn…

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