Arts & Entertainment

Crimes of the Heart opens theatre season

September 30, 2015 and

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The Truman State theatre department opened its season with “Crimes of the Heart.” “Crimes of the Heart” follows the three Magrath sisters, who have been reunited after being apart for several years. They’ve come together because of their grandfather’s illness and […]

Basketball

Jackson signs with pro team

September 27, 2015

Truman State alumnus Seth Jackson, a former Truman men’s basketball guard, signed a one-year deal to play professionally with BC Balkan in Bulgaria on Monday. After months of job insecurity, Jackson came to terms with the club to continue his career […]

Campus

Quiddich takes flight at Truman

September 25, 2015 and

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Harry Potter fans have been recreating elements from the series in the real world for a while now. Chief among them is quidditch — a sport that combines soccer, football and rugby — which has now found its […]

Campus

University Farm gains new residents

September 21, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Truman State recently acquired three new horses for the University Farm. The three mares are intended to be used as teaching aids for the equine studies program. One of the mares is expected to give […]

Football

Intramural flag football begins

September 19, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Although the Truman State football team’s 2015 season is well underway, there are plenty of non-varsity football athletes ready and eager to compete against one another within the walls of our institution. Intramural director John Manning says several […]

Campus

Sodexo contract extension & new vendors

September 17, 2015

This September, Truman State approved an extension of Sodexo’s contract to 2021 to give Sodexo time to secure franchise rights and operate an entirely new Mainstreet Market, opening next August. Work on the new Mainstreet […]

Campus

Truman student passes away

September 15, 2015

Freshman William Batterson from Richmond Heights, Missouri passed away Monday afternoon. Batterson was a history major residing in West Campus Suites. He was a recent graduate of Ladue Horton Watkins High School in St. Louis, […]

Arts & Entertainment

Art about Art: The Legacy of John Bohac

September 14, 2015

Before art professor John Bohac went to college, he says he saw art in a very narrow way — he thought it was only about skill. He said it wasn’t until he came to Truman State more than 30 […]

Arts & Entertainment

Special Collections gains epic

September 13, 2015

During the summer, Pickler Library’s Special Collections acquired 73 pages of works by the ancient Roman poet Virgil. Amanda Langendoerfer, Head of Special Collections and Archives, says she purchased the leaves from Fred Schreiber, a rare books dealer in New […]

Features

TMN Television Full Show- Sept. 10, 2015

September 11, 2015

Join hosts Brian Behrens and Jasmine Adams for this week’s broadcast of TMN Television. New tonight, Truman has a new record for number of international students this semester, and don’t miss a look at the […]