What are the TROY student publications?


Student Publications

TROY's two major publications, the Tropolitan and the Palladium, are chartered by the University Student Publication Board (USPB) and operate under its guidance.

The Tropolitan is the Troy University student newspaper, and the Palladium is the Troy University yearbook.

Other TROY publications include the Oracle which is the official student handbook, Troy University Television, and WTSU-FM, WTJB-FM, and WRWA-FM which are Troy University Public Radio stations.  

The Publications Board is responsible for setting policies for student publications, promoting high standards of journalism, assuring freedom from censorship, and selecting the student editors and business managers of the publications. Six faculty and staff members, five students, and two media professionals serve as voting members. The editors and business managers serve as non-voting members.

More Information


More information about the TROY publications can be found on the Troy University Publications web page.



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