Tag Archives: Making a Difference

Under One Roof

March 29, 2017
By Michael Orlofsky

My Polish immigrant grandmother lived in a rowhome in a coal-mining town in eastern Pennsylvania. In making reference to the house and neighborhood she said that they all lived under one roof. Quite literally, every house on her block was connected to its neighbor, and each roof was contiguous one to the other. Her concern…

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Can Castle Contest nets more than 7000 food items to fight local hunger

March 16, 2017
By Andy Ellis

Troy University students collected more than 7,000 food items as the result of the Office of Civic Engagement’s seventh annual Can Castle Contest at the Troy Campus on Wednesday.

Student organizations collected items and then used those items to construct can castles on the patio outside of the Barnes & Noble bookstore.

Phi Mu sorority…

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ATO members complete most successful ‘Walk Hard’ yet

March 10, 2017
By Greg Phillips

Noticeably limping and fatigued, the members of Troy University’s Alpha Tau Omega fraternity suddenly found a renewed vigor as they rounded the corner in Panama City Beach’s Pier Park.

Joining hands and breaking into song, the fraternity members celebrated the end of their six-day Walk Hard for Heroes journey from Troy with friends and family…

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