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Truman, A.T. Still to partner for 7-year medical program

February 24, 2016

Truman State and A.T. Still University officials signed an agreement that enables students to complete their medical studies within seven years. The Pre-Med/Med Accelerated Track, also known as the “3+4” agreement, creates a way for students to attend Truman for three years then transfer […]

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Syllabi include Title IX disclosure

January 31, 2016

As students returned to classes Jan. 11, many noticed a new section discussing Title IX and its implications in professors’ syllabi. Although Title IX originally began as a movement for gender equality in academic settings, the implications of Title IX have grown. Many Truman […]

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Bone marrow drive saves lives

November 21, 2015

Because of a bone marrow drive like the one recently hosted at Truman State, senior Victoria Holt was able to save the life of a young boy. Phi Sigma Pi, Delta Sigma Pi and Phi Delta […]

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Take a swing at Rock Ya Body

October 23, 2015 and

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]University Swingers will be welcoming three sets of dance instructors and guests to Truman State today at noon and Saturday as it hosts its annual Rock Ya Body swing workshop. Rock Ya Body is an opportunity for others to […]

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Scholarship honors student

October 2, 2015

Truman State established a memorial fund in memory of freshman William Batterson, who died Sept. 14. Lou Ann Gilchrist, Vice President of Student Affairs, announced Sept. 22 that Batterson’s family will create a scholarship in […]