Top 5 places to study

February 18, 2023

Second and third floors of Magruder Hall: Magruder Hall is one of the most underrated buildings on campus. I love studying there because there are huge windows on the second floor that allow for some […]


Take Root prepares for a comeback

October 18, 2022

Take Root, a pay-as-you-can cafe, was a staple in Kirksville from 2015 to 2020 until they closed because of COVID-19. Students would get a cup of coffee and study, Kirksville community members would participate in […]


Truman community members foster children

September 30, 2022

254 children were neglected or abused and put into the foster care system in Adair County in 2021, said Rachel Priest, alternative care worker, investigator, licensing worker and subsidy worker of the Adair County Department […]


Top five desserts in Kirksville

September 2, 2022

If you’re anything like me, you’ve seen those minion memes that our dear family members post on Facebook saying, “Exercise? I thought you said extra fries,” and the infamous, “My boss told me to have […]


Sustainability in action

August 17, 2022 and

Sustainability has been a growing concern among students and faculty on college campuses. Many have formed clubs and created jobs to make campuses around the globe more sustainable. As of May, Truman State University’s sustainability […]


Avian Apparel: more than just a brand

October 20, 2021

According to the Small Business Administration, over 627,000 new small-businesses start each year, and subsequently, 94% of those close the same year. One small business that defied the odds is Avian Apparel, created by Truman […]


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%. […]