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Resist the Dakota Access Pipeline

November 16, 2016

Protests against construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, or DAPL, have been underway for seven months now. The controversial 3.7 billion dollar, 1,200-mile project — which will link oil production sites in North Dakota and […]


University plans in case of violence

December 8, 2015

Following recent events at the University of Missouri, Truman State has been considering how the University would handle similar situations. The University’s plan has two components — the Department of Public Safety would handle any […]


Planned protest draws controversy

October 13, 2015

Junior Tommy Fieser postponed his Facebook event for a “Pointless Protest,” in reaction to the responses and controversy it has generated. The protest was supposed to take place Sept. 30 on The Quad, but in […]

Arts & Entertainment

Truman Students Travel to Middle East

October 2, 2014

This past summer, 12 Truman students traveled to the Middle East on a study abroad trip, visiting Jordan, Israel, and the West Bank. To view the documentary version of this news story, please click here . […]

Full Newscasts

Full Show 9.25.14

September 26, 2014

Join Maren Eriksen-Russo and Caleb Bazzell in the studio as we highlight a local protest against an imminent construction project and discussions about issues of race on Truman’s campus. Plus, find out what happens when […]