This week marks Student Government’s second annual Mental Wellness Week. The Health Wellness & Safety committee has collaborated with several groups on campus to host a variety of events designed to educate about and raise […]
Hello Bulldogs! Student Government hopes that you have all had another great semester here at the lovely Truman State University. All the snow sure puts us in a festive spirit! You can never have too much of a good thing but we are very excited for winter break. Being able to see our families again, some time off for festivities or just some time off is always appreciated, and then coming back to Truman is something to look forward to as well! […]
Truman State University’s first TEDx conference, TEDxTrumanStateUniversity, is just two weeks away, and we couldn’t be more excited. TED is an internationally acclaimed, non-profit organization that hosts conferences around the world. Their conferences feature a variety of speakers who give short, powerful talks about their unique ideas and perspectives. The TED organization grants individual licenses to schools, cities, and community organizations to host their own TED-like conferences — known as TEDx — and this is what we’re bringing to Truman. Our conference has been organized entirely by students, who have been hard at work since last March to make this event a reality.
“The [Index’s] April 18 opinion piece regarding the health fee increase was saddening in its misinformation and lack of research,” writes senior Joe Slama, student senator and 2017-18 chair of health, wellness, and safety. […]
Hunting seasons are opening up to new game in Missouri this month. Deer season dates vary by region and regulations. There will be a November deer season Nov. 14-24. Hunting hours extend from half an […]
Truman State hosted a community reading of the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution to commemorate the 228th anniversary of the signing of the Constitution. The event took place at 5 p.m. last Thursday […]
During the summer, Pickler Library’s Special Collections acquired 73 pages of works by the ancient Roman poet Virgil. Amanda Langendoerfer, Head of Special Collections and Archives, says she purchased the leaves from Fred Schreiber, a rare books dealer in New […]