A benefit concert at Take Root Cafe brought over 110 people together and raised nearly $800 for AM Housing to support its mission of helping the homeless and home insecure in Adair County. “AM Housing […]
TMN opinions and features editor Elisabeth Shirk sat down with country music singer RaeLynn when she came to campus to perform last weekend with Hunter Hayes for SAB’s spring concert. When did you know that […]
This week, the features section of The Index presents an article about Truman State University events honoring Black History Month. I would like to commend the Association of Black Collegians, the Women’s Resource Center, the […]
Finally, something that sports fans and theater fans can both enjoy. The Truman State University Theatre Department is putting on its production of “The Wolves,” an emotional, high-energy play about a girls’ indoor soccer team. […]
Psychology professor Mark Hatala has been using a wearable camera to document his life since May 2014. The camera he wears, and sometimes sets on a shelf or other surface, takes a photo every 30 seconds.
Hatala said the venture is part of a research movement called the “Quantified Self,” in which a person uses technology like a camera or a Fitbit to measure various aspects of their life, like how often they eat a certain food. If he wanted to, Hatala said, he could see every meal he has had in the past four years. […]
It’s the middle of October, campus is ablaze with autumn’s auburn leaves and the howling wind sends shivers right through you, igniting your desire to sip a warm beverage while you watch “Halloweentown” for the hundredth time.
It can be difficult to satisfy the craving for some fall festivities, especially when classes and responsibility are weighing heavy on your mind. Thankfully many at Truman State University understand this circumstance, and some have set out to help.
People decide to come to Truman State University for many different reasons. Of those, a number have to do with family connections to the University. Truman has a myriad of familial networks that tie the community of students, alumni, faculty and staff together. These networks form legacies. […]
In a small corner on the third floor of Magruder Hall, you might hear laughter, the low hum of chatter or maybe the silence of studying. There sits the STEM Talent Expansion Programs Office. In this office you’ll find STEP scholars and Missouri Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation students.
It’s Sunday night, and you’ve winded down to go to sleep. You’re in your sleepwear, your morning alarm is set, and tomorrow, your weekday routine begins again. Abruptly a scream pierces your still, quiet room, […]