Perspectives

U.S. could be headed toward financial ruin

December 13, 2018
By Daniel Sutter

Is the Federal government spending us into financial ruin? The current numbers and budget projections suggest so. Yet I think that the scary numbers reflect an unresolved conflict over the role of government more than a threat of bankruptcy.

The national debt of the United States, the accumulated borrowing since the Republic’s founding, stands at…

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News

Longtime TROY administrator to speak to graduates in Dothan

December 12, 2018
By Greg Phillips

About 130 Troy University students will walk across the stage Sunday at the Dothan Civic Center to receive their degrees during fall commencement exercises.

Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Dr. Earl Ingram will deliver the keynote address to students during the ceremony, which begins at 3 p.m.

Ingram served on active duty with the…

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TROY trustee named YMCA Man of the Year

December 11, 2018
By Greg Phillips

The YMCA of Greater Montgomery has given a Troy University trustee its highest honor.

Brig. Gen. Edward F. Crowell (USAF, ret.), a member of the TROY Board of Trustees, became YMCA Man of the Year at the group’s annual banquet last week.

Crowell served for more than three decades in the Air Force and the…

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