“Student Government proposed raising the student health fee by $10 to increase access to psychological or psychiatric care through University Counseling Services, according to the ballot resolution,” writes Nicolas Telep, The Index news text editor. “This seems to be a step in the right direction, but I’m skeptical of how much the increased fee can do.” […]
The following is extra information President Sue Thomas’s gave to Truman Media Network when posed the question in last week’s Q&A “How do you plan to destigamitze and help with the growing mental health concerns […]
Mental health continued as a topic of discussion last week when slam poet Neil Hilborn and student poets performed during the Student Activities Board’s TruSlam event. Neil Hilborn is a College National Poetry Slam champion […]
Nov. 4-5 Student Government and MOPIP sponsor event to teach first aid Mental Health Awareness week drew to a close Saturday, Nov. 5 with an event about mental health first aid. Mental Health Awareness Week was a […]
In the last two years, University Counseling Services‘ number of clients increased by 100, making the total number of clients more than double what it was ten years ago. To meet the growing needs of […]
Truman recently lost two students, Alex Mullins and Jacob Hughes last month.
Two Truman State students have died since August 8, with one death taking place early last Saturday morning. Sophomores Alex Mullins and Jacob Hughes were found dead in separate incidents on Aug. 8 and 27, […]
During the 2015-16 school year Student Government researched, wrote and passed 31 resolutions proposing changes impacting the Truman State population. TMN did a followup on Resolution 116.016, a resolution in support of an additional University […]