Campus

Construction on The Mall Continues

August 24, 2015

Construction on The Mall is proceeding despite a few setbacks and is expected to be completed during early October. The completed renovations will include new bricks, landscaping and seating between the entrance to McClain, the west side of […]

Campus

How to be a (not so) terrible roommate

August 18, 2015

Ask any college graduate about their first roommate, and they are bound to have stories to tell — some inspiring, some hilarious, and some downright unbelievable. Over 98 percent of freshman live on campus here at Truman, […]

Campus

Case moves to trial

August 17, 2015

A Truman State student facing charges of rape in the first degree, felonious restraint and tampering with a victim was indicted on all charges during his first appearance before Second Circuit Judge Russell Steele May […]

Campus

Campus smoking ban in effect

August 15, 2015

Truman State implemented a tobacco-free campus policy July 1 that banned all use of tobacco-related products on campus. The Board of Governors passed the policy during a spring 2014 meeting, making Truman one of many […]

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City

Sheriff’s Station Gets Upgrade

May 2, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] The security system at the Adair County Sheriff’s Station currently is getting an upgrade set to be completed during 2020. The security system in the jail has not been upgraded since 2002. Updates […]

News

Truman Aids in Nepal Crisis

April 30, 2015

When the magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck Nepal, Truman State alumnus James “Patrick” Myers was caught on the Himalayan Mountains. Myers had just completed a year-long graduate teaching program in Thailand and had come to Nepal […]

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Campus

Former Truman State President Emeritus Passes

April 23, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] Charles McClain, former Truman State University President, passed away April 9 at 83. McClain, Truman’s president during 1970–89, helped guide the development of Missouri’s only public liberal arts university. McClain was the first […]