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Truman graduate publishes poetry collection

December 9, 2018

Last month 2014 Truman State University graduate and writer, published his first book of poetry titled “What Loss Taught Me.”

Stephen Furlong chose to write poetry because he was blown away by the beauty and complexity of it. Furlong compared it to standing close to a painting and seeing the brushstrokes, and then by stepping away, one can see how ideas are woven together. That is one of the mystifying elements of writing, but he always thought that poetry was different. […]

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True Men head to semifinals

March 21, 2017 and

Truman State University’s True Men acappella group will head to Bloomington, Indiana, March 25 to compete in the semifinals of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella. The announcement that True Men will advance to […]

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Planetarium Strives to be Out of This World

March 7, 2017

The Del and Norma Robison Planetarium, which began its third year open on Truman State University’s campus, continues to offer students and the community a wide variety of new programs and events while also focusing […]

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Adam Devine Comes to Truman

February 3, 2017

Adam Devine, actor, comedian, singer and writer, will bring his “Weird Life Tour 2017” to Truman Feb. 16. Student Activities Board concert chair senior Sarah Wilkins says in order to pick performers that appeal to […]

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WGST Conference returns to Truman

November 22, 2016

The 21st annual Women and Gender Studies Conference will return to Truman State University’s campus January 2017 with a theme of “Engendering Social Justice.” The WGST conference presents creative abstracts from student and faculty submissions […]