Features

aPAWsitive Outlook

September 26, 2017

With close to 25 students living on Truman’s campus this semester with an emotional support animal, curiosities and misconceptions about ESA’s have spread across the Truman community. Some questions about ESA’s revolve around how people […]

City

TruYo Cafe Closes its Doors

September 23, 2017

Kirksville’s popular frozen yogurt shop, TruYo Cafe, closed its doors for the final time today. The cafe made the announcement via Facebook last evening. TruYo Owner, Chris Bailey, said that the shop wasn’t making the […]

Campus

Truman Works to Change LSP

September 19, 2017

Truman State University is working to significantly change its liberal arts and sciences program, a difficult process which started in 2015 and has seen several proposals and sparked disagreements in the faculty and administration. The […]

Campus

Vice President for Student Affairs Announced

September 5, 2017

Lou Ann Gilchrist has postponed her retirement to come back as Vice President of Student Affairs. Following an unsuccessful search for a new vice president, Sue Thomas approached Gilchrist about staying on until administration is […]