TROY Public Radio Producer Maya Martin sits down with TROY Professor Kate Price-Howard, the newest recipient of the Resort and Commercial Recreation Association’s Excellence in Research Award. And, Host Marissa Lacey brings us one of our favorite stories from last year about the ongoing Alice in Wonderland art exhibit in the International Art Center.
Producer Baylen Parker reports that Troy University has started a fundraiser to name the football stadium's home radio booth in honor of Sportscaster Ralph Black, who was known as The Voice of TROY for 26 years. And, Producer Maya Martin sits down with Alabama's superintendent of the year and TROY alumnus, Chresal Threadgill.
This is one of our favorite Talk of Troy episodes brought to you while we're on a short production break: Host Marissa Lacey reflects on Troy University First Lady Janice Hawkins's efforts to beautify the campus and expand Alabama's recognition of international arts. And, we sit down with TROY Music Industry Alumnus Josh McInnish, who doesn't let his visual impairment stand in the way of his job as a piano player for the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
This is one of our favorite Talk of Troy episodes brought to you while we're on a short production break: Host Marissa Lacey takes us to Troy University's new art exhibit inspired by Alice in Wonderland. And, we'll take an in-depth look at Giving Day, Troy University's annual initiative allowing Troy donors to choose the specific causes they would like to support.
This is one of our favorite Talk of Troy episodes brought to you while we're on a short production break:
Producer Catina Woods Sistrunk reports that Troy University is offering a new minor: 3D Printing for Art and Industry. We'll sit down with educators to discuss how 3D printers work and how they can help students meet their creative potential. We'll also listen back to Producer Hans Ng's story about Curry Commons Tower on the Montgomery campus.
On this week's "Talk of Troy" we find out how Troy University's choral ensembles have found a way to safely rehearse and perform during the pandemic. Also, the Rosa Parks Museum offers virtual tours to celebrate December 1st which is a statewide holiday honoring the civil rights icon.
Safely Singing and Rosa Parks day are this week's Talk of Troy!
Talk of Troy host Marissa Lacey has big news! In addition to being a radio show the TOT is also a podcast! Each week we bring you a sonic snapshot of voices and sounds from the campuses of Troy University. Check out this sneak peek and be sure to subscribe to The Talk of Troy wherever you get your podcasts.