Truman faculty receives raises for 2023

March 3, 2023

Truman State University’s salary raises were minimal for years because of the way hiring was conducted dating back to the late 90s, said Kathryn Brammall, president of Faculty Senate and history department chair. Salary raises […]


DPS begins use of body worn cameras

January 28, 2023

Truman State University’s Department of Public Safety has begun to use body worn cameras to increase professionalism and transparency, DPS Chief Sara Seifert said.  The cameras were purchased through a federal “Small, Rural, Tribal Body-Worn […]


Amendment 3 passes in Missouri

December 8, 2022

Missouri Constitutional Amendment 3, which allows for the recreational use of marijuana in Missouri, among other changes, has passed. According to the Truman State University Conduct Code, students will still not be able to use […]


Truman switches from Blackboard

October 20, 2022

Truman State University has begun the process of changing to a new Learning Management System.  The current LMS, Blackboard, will be phased out, and a new platform, Desire2Learn Brightspace, will be used instead, said Chief […]


Lyceum series back in person

October 6, 2022

The Kohlenberg Lyceum series, which brings performers to Truman State University’s campus, will have free general admission for a season of all in-person events after being virtual throughout the pandemic. The series has been in […]