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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 […]

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Truman students take Spike to space

March 31, 2015

Several Truman alumni released a hot air balloon with a cutout of Spike the Bulldog into space. Truman Professor Donald Bindner explains his role in helping out with the project.  

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Bear Creek to Undergo Renovations

March 31, 2015

Two Truman students are taking the initiative to renovate Bear Creek, which runs behind Centennial Hall and West Campus. The current plan is to reforest the creek by planting trees along the bank.  

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Mo. higher education still lacks funding

March 30, 2015

Missouri government officials claimed the decline in state general revenue has precipitated the decline in state funding for higher education at a town hall meeting last Thursday at Truman State. Missouri’s general revenue slowly has […]

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Ryle systems repairs continue

March 30, 2015

Despite recent system repairs in Ryle Hall, some of the problems that have occurred during the past month could persist until additional repairs are made. Since the beginning of February, a string of incidents has […]

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Outbreak unlikely at TSU

March 24, 2015

Put down the hand sanitizer, don’t order that biohazard suit and feel free to go out with friends — there’s almost no chance of a measles epidemic at Truman. Although the United States currently is […]

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TSU recognized as top Fulbright school

March 19, 2015

Truman State was recognized as a top producer of Fulbright Scholars for the 2014-2015 academic year, acknowledging student potential for international service, teaching and research. The Fulbright Program is the U.S. government’s top funded international […]

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Native speaker teaches Catalan

March 17, 2015

The Classical and Modern Languages department brought Professor Maria Antònia Martí Escayol to Truman State for the spring semester to teach the Catalan language. Catalan is a Romance language native to Catalonia, a region in […]

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Truman discontinues University Conference Day

March 16, 2015

Truman State administration no longer will host University Conference Day because of the decline in participation, strain on campus resources and interference with course schedules. According to information from truman.edu, University Conference Day was dedicated […]