Tag Archives: Troy Campus

Civil rights lawyer says fight for justice, opportunity goes on

March 23, 2017
By Sable Riley

“Today, there are people in this country receiving no justice and no opportunity,” said Morris Dees, co-founder and chief trial counsel of the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Dees spoke Wednesday about SPLC’s commitment to social and legal “justice for all in a changing America” at Troy University’s M. Stanton Evans Symposium on Money, Politics and the…

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Walk Hard team begins trek to Panama City Beach

March 3, 2017
By Matt Clower

A journey of 130 miles started with the first steps this morning at the Troy Campus.

More than 30 members of Troy University’s Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity set off Friday on a six-day hike to Panama City Beach for the organization’s annual “Walk Hard” fundraiser, which supports wounded military veterans.

The team left the Troy…

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TROY students reach out to Muslim community with ‘Melting Pot-Luck Dinner’

February 22, 2017
By Savanah Weed

A Troy University student’s desire to change how the Muslim community is viewed turned into the coming-together of more than 100 students in the Trojan Center Ballrooms on Feb. 19 at what was called the “Melting Pot-Luck Dinner.”

Elise Robinson, a graduate student from Decatur, Alabama, said she was horrified by the lack of compassion pervading…

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