The Truman Bulldogs’ spring football practices are underway as of last week, marking the beginning of the team’s preparation for the 2015 football season. The ‘Dogs went 6-4 — 5-3 in conference play — during […]
Many United States students are offered an unfair employment deal — work for no pay. Students know about these programs, called unpaid internships. They often are thought of as innocent programs created to help students […]
The TMN Opinions Podcast features a discussion of recent commentary by TMN writers, hosted by Index columnist Conor Gearin. This week’s program includes discussions of the ethics and economics of unpaid internships, the value of […]
Several Truman alumni released a hot air balloon with a cutout of Spike the Bulldog into space. Truman Professor Donald Bindner explains his role in helping out with the project.
Two Truman students are taking the initiative to renovate Bear Creek, which runs behind Centennial Hall and West Campus. The current plan is to reforest the creek by planting trees along the bank.
This week Alex and Abe get serious, covering stories such as the upcoming one year mission to the moon, Ted Cruz’s questionable presidential announcement, and the heartbreaking shakeup in One Direction’s membership.
Join Breanna James and Corinne Naeger for this week’s full TMN TV newscast. In brief, the Kirksville Regional Computer Crimes Unit was revived after losing funding. Find out how they will utilize the grant. Don’t […]
While some Truman State students were shaking off the last bit of sand from spring break, the baseball team was shaking off the dirt after rival McKendree University rolled into town last weekend. The Bulldogs […]
Join Scott Kriegshauser as he talks about the Truman baseball team’s weekend series, shaving their heads for pediatric cancer, and Kirksville After Prom’s Donkey Basketball. Yes, you read that right.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Kate is a junior studying this semester in Linz, Austria. Check in each week for posts from Kate and other bloggers as they share their experiences abroad. Time is moving so fast abroad. I […]
Candidates for Kirksville’s upcoming city council elections discussed citizens’ concerns about the economic direction of Kirksville during a forum Monday at the A.T. Still University. A panel of four interviewers presented questions to candidates about […]