This is the beginning of an exciting part of your lives, and we, The Index Editorial Board, not only want you to have a great year, but want you to find your Truman identity, which might mean getting out of your comfort zone. […]
The City of Kirksville began work on two major transportation projects this summer: a reconstruction of Illinois Street and the implementation of a new box culvert water flow system — allowing water and drainage to flow under city streets — at the corner of North Cottage Grove Avenue and East Harrison Street. […]
Students affiliated with both the Democratic and Republican parties took action this summer and participated in various campaigns, all of which required students to do more than create politically charged posts on their social media channels. […]
After former Gov. Eric Greitens left office in June, the Missouri General Assembly and Gov. Mike Parson passed a budget restoring Truman’s appropriation to the same level of fiscal year 2018, about $39.5 million. […]
“Three years ago, I arrived eager to start classes and get involved and make a trillion new lifelong friends,” writes Editor-in-Chief Brently Snead.
“Okay, so maybe my expectations were a little high.” […]
The women’s soccer team traveled to the major cities of Venice, Milan, Rome, Florence and Verona while also loosening up against some Italian soccer teams in preparation for the Purple and White’s 2018 season. […]
After causing an uproar of laughter on Twitter, the Del and Norma Robison Planetarium has received a surplus of visitors to its shows.
The student worker behind it all? Senior Elisabeth Blotevogel. […]
We, The Index Editorial Board, hope other colleges will push to host their own Lavender Graduation Ceremonies and Truman State University will continue to take more steps toward LGBTQ inclusivity. […]