Columns

Opinion: Group work isn’t that bad

April 1, 2016

Most students are familiar with the resounding groan that echoes throughout a classroom in response to one dreaded phrase — group project. No one wants to deal with the hassle of organizing schedules, distributing workloads and collectively meeting […]

Columns

Opinion: You are what you watch

March 12, 2016

There is an expression for people in this modern age — we call ourselves “media consumers.” This idea that we watch things the same way we consume food has interesting implications — so what happens when we consume […]

Columns

Opinion: Conspiracy theories have their merits

October 7, 2015

08Without a doubt, conspiracy theories are spawned from the rubble of paranoia, distrust and the sinister whispers of the Illuminati. From the Roswell cover-up to the death of Elvis Presley, there is no limit to what conspiracy theorists will […]

Campus

The sun sets on Ezra C. Grim Hall

April 7, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]As the semester draws to a close, Residence Life has announced plans to discontinue use of one of its old haunts on the Truman State campus — Grim Hall. Shortly after on-campus housing registration […]