Campus

Faculty Senate votes to overhaul LSP

November 16, 2017

Truman State University’s Faculty Senate passed a change to the liberal studies curriculum, effective in the fall of 2018. The proposal, which has been in the works since the summer of 2017, would involve a […]

Features

Native American Heritage Month

November 16, 2017

As the chill of November rolls along with the anticipation of filling our stomachs with turkey and making small talk with relatives, some Truman State University professors decided to remind students about a vast and […]

Basketball

Thomas Returns to Bulldogs as Champion

November 15, 2017

In 2015, Truman State University men’s basketball head coach Chris Foster thought he was getting a pretty good recruit as he welcomed Bolingbrook, Illinois, native Brodric Thomas to campus for his first semester as a […]

City

Kirksville to Build New Water Tower

November 13, 2017

Next year, the City of Kirksville plans to construct a new water tower in or around the Patryla Park area to increase water storage as the city’s commercial development expands. Kirksville City Engineer Len P. […]

Sports

Swimming Deals with Different-Sized Pool

November 13, 2017

The Truman State University men’s and women’s swimming teams took on the William Jewell College Cardinals last weekend, racing in unfamiliar conditions. They competed at William Jewell and practiced in a short-course meters pool. A […]

Entertainment

Top 5 Hidden Gems on Netflix

November 7, 2017

1 – Look Who’s Back An occasionally hilarious, sometimes deeply disturbing film, 2015’s “Look Who’s Back” sees Adolf Hitler brought to life in present-day Germany. 2 – Okja 2017’s “Okja,” from South-Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho, […]