If you can’t wait another two weeks to hear more music from Walk the Moon’s forthcoming album “Talk is Hard,” you’ll be happy to know the band released the album’s first track, “Different Colors,” for […]
This week in music history — Nov. 19, 1973, rock band Led Zeppelin began recording the song originally titled “Driving to Kashmir,” which was eventually shortened to “Kashmir” when released as a track on the […]
The biannual theatre department-sponsored lab shows are productions directed and designed entirely by students. The opportunities for creative freedom led senior Em Bledsoe, director of the fall lab show, to reconsider traditional theatrical motifs in […]
As the semester comes to an end at Truman State, senior Alexandra Williamson and her fellow senior visual communications majors prepare to enter the job market or enter graduate school. An upcoming show, running the week of finals in the University Art Gallery, demonstrates the skills these students have developed and at least a semester of focused work.
Anna Selle: What is it like to be a visual communications major at Truman?
Alexandra Williamson: We’re constantly on deadlines, which means that we’re constantly working to get things completed on time. It’s also a lot of fun, and I think our professors really push us to be the best that we can be.
“The Company,” a short film written and directed by senior Josh Goldstein, is the culmination of the artistic efforts of several individuals in the Truman State community, coming from a variety of backgrounds and majors. […]
The Truman State Society of Dance Arts, or TSODA, sponsors a biannual showcase that allows various dance groups from the Truman community to demonstrate their work to a large-scale audience. Seniorw Hanna Holmgren has been involved with a small tap-dancing group and has performed at the TSODA recital since her first semester at Truman.
While in Nashville, Tenn., for a tournament, the Bullets women’s rugby team from Truman State returned to their motel rooms around 10 p.m. March 21 after a brief dinner and discovered a broken window and […]
Truman State’s Advanced Studies and Projects in Theatre course allows students to pursue specific interests within their areas of academic interest. The course varies from semester to semester, reflecting the interests of the students enrolled. […]
Determining the importance of providing affordable and accessible public transportation for rural Missourians is a task state politicians and local volunteers alike are facing. The OATS Transportation System The OATS transportation system is a public […]