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Making the most of study abroad

April 11, 2019

The Truman State University Career Center and Study Abroad office partnered up to teach students how to market their study abroad experiences to future employers. The workshop began with career ready coach Kara Levery asking […]

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Khan you hear us now?

April 5, 2019

The Student Union Building Down Under erupted with energy last Saturday as bands and groups of all sorts came to play music and dance at Quesapalooza to celebrate Khan Queso’s “Khan You Hear Us Now?” […]

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Cancún Mexican Cuisine — from burrito stand to brick and mortar

December 5, 2018

It all began with a simple burrito stand at the farmer’s market on Saturday mornings.  Hector Contreras, John Garlock and Contreras’s two nieces would fry tater tots and sausage at 5 a.m. and place their burritos into a wagon to pull two blocks to The Square. With demand for burritos and Kirksville community support high, Contreras came up with an idea: turn the burrito stand into a restaurant. […]

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Truman students take second in hackathon

November 26, 2018

After three and a half years of working together, a trio of friends finally made their way to the stage to take their second place awards in the 2018 TigerHacks hackathon. With every trial, junior computer science majors Tyler Acosta, Katherine Durant and Jeremie Amano’s skills and bond only grew stronger as they attended hackathons every semester. […]

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Truman students find passion with animals

November 7, 2018

Making your way through the halls of Magruder Hall, you might stumble upon Truman State University’s herpetarium,which houses snakes, lizards and more. Just inside that door there are several student volunteers and workers, like outreach manager junior Emily Melgren, handling the animals with care and helping others get to know more about them. […]