News

Troy University breaks ground on Coleman Hall in Dothan

November 9, 2018
By Greg Phillips

Troy University officially broke ground today on Coleman Hall, a new $3.2 million facility to be located on the University’s Dothan Campus.

The 13,400-square-foot building will be the home of the Coleman Center for Early Learning and Family Enrichment, a collaboration between the College of Health and Human Services and the College of Education.

The…

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Internship Roundtable aims to promote programs from Sorrell College students

November 9, 2018
By Clif Lusk

TROY alumnus Shannon Collins shook a few hands and headed over to the table where Greek sandwiches were being served for lunch before finding a seat at circular table in Harrison Room on the Dothan Campus.

Others – about 70 representatives of companies with operations in and near Dothan – were doing the same thing,…

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Perspectives

Government regulation should not prevent working for mutual advantage

November 8, 2018
By Daniel Sutter

Most Americans have to work for a living. We must trade for the goods and services we want to consume, and for most of us, we trade our labor. Conflict over two legal work classifications, employees and independent contractors, illustrate how government’s rules can imperil economic prosperity.

People must work for a living, but people…

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