Campus

Pascal the chameleon dies

December 5, 2015

Pascal, Truman State Herpetarium‘s veiled chameleon, died Nov. 18 of old age. Courtney Rice, Truman State University Herpetarium Logistics Manager, says Pascal’s lifetime of about 8 years was typical for his species. She says the chameleon was donated […]

Relatables

5 obscure locations on campus you should visit

September 30, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Despite Truman State’s relatively small size, the campus contains many fascinating places that are not widely known. Some places have their roots in Truman’s history, tradition and folklore, while others simply are not the kinds […]

Campus

Construction on The Mall Continues

August 24, 2015

Construction on The Mall is proceeding despite a few setbacks and is expected to be completed during early October. The completed renovations will include new bricks, landscaping and seating between the entrance to McClain, the west side of […]

Full Newscasts

TMN Television Full Show: August 20, 2015

August 21, 2015

Join Corrine Naeger for TMN TV’s first broadcast of the year. Learn more about Truman’s new smoking policy, and find out what a liberal arts education means to students on Question on the Quad.

Campus

How to be a (not so) terrible roommate

August 18, 2015

Ask any college graduate about their first roommate, and they are bound to have stories to tell — some inspiring, some hilarious, and some downright unbelievable. Over 98 percent of freshman live on campus here at Truman, […]

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At Home & Abroad

Top 5 Things With Finnish Origins

April 13, 2015

Jonah is a junior studying this semester in Helsinki, Finland. Check in each week for posts from Jonah and other bloggers as they share their experiences abroad. Some of these may surprise you! I’ve said […]

At Home & Abroad

“Overall” Impressions

March 16, 2015

Welcome back to The Finn Journalist, everyone! I’m still having a great time in Helsinki, and being an international student really is a great way to learn about the culture and participate in the everyday […]

At Home & Abroad

Unmaking the Grade

February 15, 2015

[easingsliderpro id=”25″] Here’s a strange thought — I’ve already been here in Helsinki for more than a month. I can honestly say I love it here. I love the people, the environment, the way of […]