While hundreds of individuals experience what it’s like to be a student athlete at Truman State every year, not so many get the chance to be an all-time record holder. Senior outfielder Paul Trenhaile, a native of Hannibal, Missouri, is one of those athletes. This season, Trenhaile became the all-time leader in Truman baseball history [...]
As an English major, there are small grammatical errors I always notice, whether I’m actively looking for them or not. There are a few that are more obvious than others — missing quotation marks, typos, “affect” vs. “effect,” etc — but there is one that isn’t technically an error. This little quirk of grammar even [...]
When I was young and looking forward to college, I thought being able to go grocery shopping by myself would be the coolest thing. I’ve found a few cooler activities since then, but I still enjoy cooking for myself and others. Kate’s Kitchen will bring you sometimes healthy, usually easy and always delicious recipes that […]
With the advent of Twitter, Facebook and other social networking sites, social media dramatically has changed the way the general public receives their news updates and revolutionized the way we communicate. Two-thirds of Americans have a profile on a social networking site, according to AdWeek.com. Social media also has become popular in athletics, with programs across the [...]
Join Chad Davis and Jasmine Adams for this week’s news broadcast. Local community members come together to promote sustainability, the latest edition of Filmcast airs and stay tuned for a special episode of Dog Pound. You don’t want to miss this!
Indie pop bands MisterWives and Smallpools co-headlined an exhilarating show at Truman State University April 18 in Pershing Arena as part of the Student Activities Board’s Spring Concert Series. Openers and Kansas City natives, Outsides, pumped up the crowd with their lively pop tunes, playing songs from their 2014 record, “Million.” Selections included “Seesaw,” “Just Curious” […]
Charles McClain, former Truman State University President, passed away April 9 at 83. McClain, Truman’s president during 1970–89, helped guide the development of Missouri’s only public liberal arts university. McClain was the first University president to interview every faculty candidate applying to teach. During McClain’s tenure, Truman became the first university to use higher education [...]
Music and laughter filled the air last weekend at the premiere of “Forbidden Broadway,” a musical that parodies other musicals. Kirksville Parks and Recreation is continuing to present “Forbidden Broadway” April 23-25 at Jackson Stables. The musical includes satirical versions of musicals such as “Wicked,” “Chicago,” “Les Misérables,” “The Phantom of the Opera” and more. [...]