Concealed carry bill proposed

February 19, 2016

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Truman State Student Government hosted a series of events last week to gauge student opinion about recently proposed State Senate bills allowing guns on campus. The bills — SB 589 and SB 731 — would remove higher education institutions from the […]


Senate passes Indigenous People’s Day resolution

November 11, 2015

Truman State’s student senate passed an Indigenous People’s Day resolution about three weeks after the first resolution failed, benefiting culturally focused organizations on campus. The first resolution failed to be passed by student senate on […]

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Truman Admin say HLC visit went smoothly

March 19, 2015

Accreditors from the Higher Learning Commission visited Truman State to review the academic status and competency of the University in person March 2-3, during which students and guest reviewers discussed various elements of the University. […]


Student Senate advocates for open housing

February 8, 2015

Student Senate presented the open housing pilot program, also known as gender-neutral housing, to the Board of Governors Saturday. Senior Jessie Poole, voting member of Student Senate, and junior Zach Hollstrom, diversity committee chair, spent […]