Features

Feeding Adair County

September 30, 2021

Feeding America estimates that in the U.S. today, 13 million children face hunger — that’s one in six kids. Furthermore, the poverty rate in Missouri is at 14% and in Adair County it’s at 25.6%. […]

Campus

New Student Total Bounces Back

September 29, 2021

Truman’s number of new students jumped 10.4% from last fall, an indication that the university could eventually see a return to pre-pandemic numbers in the coming years.  This year, the number of newly enrolled students […]

Football

Bulldogs coming back

September 15, 2021

This past season was nothing short of strange for the Bulldogs. Amidst a global pandemic, the team had to navigate an extremely shortened three-game regular season where one loss could literally make or break their […]

Campus

Changes coming to TruView

September 8, 2021

Administration plans to improve campus buildings and methods of communication this academic year. Improvements will be made to how students can communicate with each other later this semester utilizing a new online portal that will […]

Detours

Detours: Hero Coffee Bar

September 8, 2021

“What we do for the community and how we give back, as well as how we treat every single guest and employee is why we want our guests to come back.” -Baylee Thorburn, HERO Coffee […]

City

Greenwood receives $4.6 million

September 8, 2021

Truman State University recently received $4.6 million from the Missouri government to assist with the Greenwood Project. Truman has been working to convert the previous Greenwood Elementary School into the Greenwood Interprofessional Autism Center.  Missouri […]

City

Bird scooters available in Kirksville

September 8, 2021

The city of Kirksville made a contract with a micro-mobility company, Bird, to provide electric scooters in Kirksville. The Kirksville City Council passed an ordinance May 17 to start a contract with the company, with […]