Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) visited Truman State this afternoon for a candid conversation about sexual assault with administration heads, students and local law enforcement. During the hour-long session, McCaskill discussed the challenges universities face in […]
For the first time, Truman State students can receive course credit for participating in the Taiwan Connect club. Taiwan Connect is a program that allows Truman students to teach English to elementary-aged kids in Taiwan […]
The first two days of Truman State’s 2014 Homecoming events have come to a close. Teams made up of student organizations will be competing in events throughout the week, hoping to be named this year’s winning team.
Sunday the Elephant Indigo team won first place in the Tug-o-War competition and the Trapeze Teal team won first place for Booth Decoration points.
Monday evening Trapeze Teal won the Cirque Berzerk relay race competition. Fire-Eater Yellow received second place and Cotton Candy Blue received third. […]
A new screenwriting class is being offered this semester at Truman State. The course is a response to student interest within the creative writing department. Professor Jocelyn Cullity was recently hired to teach the class. […]
Homecoming week begins today. This year’s homecoming is “The Greatest Homecoming on Earth” and revolves around a circus theme. Beginning with the kick off Sunday afternoon, there will be events every day leading up to […]
For the first time, a local business is collaborating with Truman State’s ROTC and Homecoming Committee to host a public obstacle course race. The free obstacle race will start Oct. 6 at 6 p.m. from […]
Potential Fee Uses: Solar panels New composting system Eco-friendly lawn maintenance Campus energy efficiency Expanding campus glass recycling “The Environmental Campus Organization sent out a survey to Truman State students and faculty last week to […]
Following the recent events in Ferguson, Mo., several campus organizations will sponsor a mock town hall, a speaker and a sidewalk chalking event to facilitate discussion about Ferguson. The event Start a Movement: Ferguson Town […]
Faculty Senate has renewed last year’s ongoing debate about converting to a plus-minus grading system at Truman State. If implemented, this system would introduce additional grades like B+ and B– to the existing scale, for […]
The Women’s Resource Center will host its annual Sexual Assault Awareness Week September 22-25, and will feature several new events. Students will be able to attend evening seminars Monday through Thursday, in addition to the […]
Truman State’s aging campus infrastructure is threatening a major breakdown because of a lack of funding for construction. Building heating and cooling, as well as underground utilities such as plumbing and electricity, are due for […]
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon visited Truman State University September 18th to discuss the recent veto override sessions that allowed 2 million in funds to be released to the university. University President Troy Paino spoke to […]