Truman State University President Troy Piano gave his annual State of the University Address on Wednesday evening. Paino focused his address on the topics of the recently proposed conceal and carry bill and the proposed autism clinic in the former Greenwood school.
Back again for another week of “Sound Opinions,” I’ll do my best to make unsolicited music reviews the high point of your week. Sunflower Bean — “Human Ceremony” Quite a few albums pass through the hands of the KTRM programming team during the course of a school year. While most of them are plain awful, [...]
Join Jonah McKeown and Amber Draper for this broadcast of TMN Television. Tonight we look at the upcoming State of the University Address and stay tuned for an interview with TMN's newest talk show host of Rising from Our Roots, Amber Draper.
After a season at Central Methodist University, freshman Savvy Hughes left the Eagles volleyball team and brought her talents as a setter to Kirksville, joining her older brother Taurin Hughes, redshirt freshman basketball guard. Beginning during high school, redshirt freshman Taurin Hughes and freshman Savvy Hughes navigated the recruiting process, both keeping their eyes on Bulldog athletics. As a high […]
The Latin Mass Society of Northeast Missouri, in conjunction with the Truman State Catholic Newman Center, is bringing the traditional Latin Mass to Novinger, Missouri, during the next five months. Three Mass services, hosted at St. Rose Catholic Church in Novinger, Missouri, Jan. 22-24, served as the first in the series of Latin Masses. David Barton, member of the Latin Mass Society of […]
With experienced returners and six new players, the softball team is prepped and ready to begin its 2016 season. The Bulldogs debut in Arkansas this week. During the fall, when volleyball and football seasons were finishing, the Truman State softball team was preparing for the 2016 season. Now that the recruiting process is complete and preseason practices are done, team members and coaches say they are confident in […]
With the new year well underway, the Kirksville City Council presented its annual State of the City Address Jan. 31. Each city department discussed its biggest accomplishments from 2015 and laid out a plan for 2016 during the meeting. City Manager Mari Macomber presented on behalf of the Human Resource department. Macomber says the 2015 […]
Hundreds of college students came out to caucus Feb. 1, flooding the hallways and staircases at the Drake University precinct. Millennials eager to cast their vote for their favorite Democratic candidate chatted excitedly while filling out voter registration forms, clogging up the entrances to the room. But parting their way through the sea of 20-somethings […]
It was lights, camera, action for two days straight last weekend when five teams of filmmakers wrote, directed, acted and edited short films for the 48 Hour Film Competition hosted by the Student Activities Board. Sophomore Laura Woods, 48 Hour Film Competition event chair, said the competition takes place every other year and ends with […]
I can say without reservation that not much of what came out of Donald Trump’s mouth resonated or even registered with me at the Iowa caucuses. The billionaire real estate mogul was his usual bombastic self onstage at a campaign rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, but what truly gave me pause was Trump’s paradoxical — […]