Surveys among college students throughout Missouri show Truman State students are more likely to self-injure and suffer from depression and suicidal thoughts than other collegians in the state. According to the 2013 Missouri College Health […]
To help students learn proper etiquette for dining with potential employers,
the Career Center hosted an etiquette dinner yesterday.
The dinner consisted of a four-course meal, with many potential challenges
one might face in a professional dining situation, such as which way to pass the
bread (Hint: Always to the right) or how to put crackers in your soup (Hint: You
Better nutrition can be cheap and easy for college students, no matter whether they cook it themselves or find it in the dining hall. By making small changes, college students can begin to eat healthier no […]
If you’ve ever felt uncomfortable walking home or unsure what to do if someone is invading your space a little too much, you might find the self-defense classes being sponsored by the Department of Public […]
Truman State’s professional financial organization, Beta Alpha Psi, is offering its annual tax assistance program to Truman students and Kirksville residents throughout February and March. Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, or VITA, is a program BAP […]
Thirty-three years after his service in the Army, Roger Marsh, Director of Campus Mail Services, received the Army Commendation Medal Tuesday, Feb. 18 among his family and friends.
Marsh served in the Army from June 1978 to July 1981. For his good service, he was to receive the Army Commendation Medal, but after leaving the Army, he didn’t get the award. Marsh says he thought it would just come in the mail, but as years passed, he never received it. […]
As untamable animals that often carry diseases, feral cats have become a primary concern of Animal Control and human societies in northeast Missouri. Kirksville’s growing feral cat population is posing a problem to pets and other wildlife in the area. […]