This week Alex and Abe delve into the intricacies of social media and emergings technologies as well as the ethics of Dr. Oz. They also cover highly important topics such as hunting and Taco bell and close the show out with the story of a remarkable armadillo.
I always have considered myself a creative person. As far back as I can remember I’ve had ideas, and I’ve felt the drive to bring them into reality. But I quickly recognized my mind did not provide a constant stream of ideas and motivation — I often felt “blocked” from creating anything. I thought I […]
“A Concert For Life” took place at Wembley Stadium in London as a tribute to Queen singer Freddie Mercury and to support AIDS awareness. Acts appearing included Elton John, Roger Daltrey — The Who, Tony Iommi — Black Sabbath, David Bowie, Mick Ronson, James Hetfield — Metallica, George Michael, Seal, Paul Young, Annie Lennox, Lisa […]
On the final episode of Live to Inspire Justin talks with Abby, a Truman student who’s had a rough go of things throughout the years. She opens up about her past, her inspiring Facebook page, and where she hopes to be in the future.
Join Jasmine Adams and Amber Draper to find out about the newest organization on campus and Truman students celebrating a Hindu holiday. Stay tuned to learn how one Truman student is taking on the task of three. These stories and more. You don’t want to miss this.
Truman State’s Board of Governors discussed current conditions, future renovation projects and a potential increase of state funding for the University last Saturday at the Board’s meeting. The meeting included discussion about future renovation projects for the University. The Board approved a project-level budget for the Guaranteed Energy Savings Program to help modernize and increase […]
Truman State’s Student Government election results were announced tonight in the Student Union Building by sophomore Jake Buxton, Speaker of the Student Senate. The most contested race was for the President and Vice President ticket, which was won by juniors Molly Turner and J.J. Dorrell. Turner and Dorrell will be the President and Vice President, […]
While the ‘Dogs came out swinging in the series against the Drury University Panthers 2-2 last weekend, senior first baseman Paul Trenhaile swung to top a Truman record. Trenhaile became the top Truman baseball player in RBIs, with 125 during his career. The ‘Dogs began the series with a bang as Trenhaile and junior third […]