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Date Span: 1983 - 2002
Extent: 170 issues
Organizational Sketch: Troy State University-Dothan created its Office of University Relations in the late 1970s as an outreach program to promote and advertise TSUD to Dothan and the surrounding areas. The office develops campus and community activities, conducts press releases for the local news agencies, and handles special events. It also organizes legislative and governmental affairs and informs the alumni of future events. After TSUD returned to branch campus status in 2005, it retained its Office of University Relations as part of its Division of Student Services to serve its primary functions to the neighboring communities.
1984-1985 Pamela Willis
1985-1988 Gary M. Watson
1988-1991 Nanne Cutler (née McDonald)
1991-2001 Tony Whetstone
2001-2014 Bob Willis (Dean of Student Services since 2004)
Scope / Content: LOGOS was the TSUD faculty and staff newsletter, published irregularly though modestly frequently under the auspices of University Relations. Provided news and human interest stories about TSUD issues and people. Covered events like conversion to semesters, changes in administrative personnel, and moving to the current campus in west Dothan. Also ran features on people on campus. Operated under multiple editors who updated its masthead, format, and method of printing according to changes in tastes, resources, and technologies.
Organization and Arrangement: LOGOS forms a series in RG 28, Office of University Relations Records. Digital copies on this website are arranged by calendar year and month.
Processing Note: The Wiregrass Archives acquired physical copies of the LOGOS in multiple accessions from multiple donors. Tina Bernath scanned all available copies in 2014-2015 and converted the TIF images into PDFs linked here.
Access and Use: Open to the public within Fair Use guidelines of applicable copyright laws. Copyright held by Troy University.
Table of Contents:
October 24, 1983
October 31, 1983
December 1, 1983
December 1986 - Janaury 1987
August - September 1989
November - December 1989
July - August 1994
July - August 1996
Feburary - March 1997
March - April 1997
June - July 1998
August - September 1998
December 1998 - January 1999
July - August 1999
June - July 2000
December 2000 - Janaury 2001
June - July 2001
August - September 2001