Campus

Chemistry society shows magic behind science

April 21, 2016

The American Chemical Society of Truman State hosted its annual Musical Demo Show last weekend outside Magruder Hall. The event took place 3-5 p.m. Sunday and featured a variety of chemical reactions aimed to delight Kirksville’s children. […]

Campus

Pascal the chameleon dies

December 5, 2015

Pascal, Truman State Herpetarium‘s veiled chameleon, died Nov. 18 of old age. Courtney Rice, Truman State University Herpetarium Logistics Manager, says Pascal’s lifetime of about 8 years was typical for his species. She says the chameleon was donated […]

At Home & Abroad

“Overall” Impressions

March 16, 2015

Welcome back to The Finn Journalist, everyone! I’m still having a great time in Helsinki, and being an international student really is a great way to learn about the culture and participate in the everyday […]

Columns

Opinions Podcast #2

March 3, 2015

  The TMN Opinions Podcast features a discussion of recent commentary by TMN writers, hosted by Index columnist Conor Gearin. On this week’s show, find out how to have productive conversations with people of other […]

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Hit or Miss – “The X-Files”

February 26, 2015

“The X-Files” is a HIT I believe in the X-Files and so should you This is what I knew of “The X-Files” before I began binge-watching it last semester — it followed two FBI agents, […]

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Casual prejudices can lead to horrors

February 26, 2015

I overheard a discussion among a group of students about the economic cost of our society supporting people with disabilities. I was disturbed to hear them arguing the costs of supporting such people are too […]

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Columns

Not Every Issue Involves Politics

February 22, 2015

For a political science major, I have an unusually low tolerance for political things. Don’t ask me to comment about the latest political controversy because my answer likely will be, “I don’t care.” While this […]