One of the most difficult things for me to accept is that class facilitations are more helpful to the students than harmful. While I understand it forces students to take ownership of their education, it comes off as more of a cop out than anything. […]
Family Day is this weekend for families and students to reconnect and have fun here at Truman State University. The entire weekend is packed with various activities that show student’s families how amazing this school and the students are. A tremendous amount of work goes into planning this weekend.
Here is a list of some of the events going on during Family Day. […]
Farmers in Northeast Missouri are feeling the effects of national tariffs and an unusually harsh drought, hurting corn, soybean and livestock farmers. Missouri corn production has declined 23 percent since 2017. Soybean production has also […]
Truman State University’s “dry campus” policy is well-documented, but a new caveat appeared in the student code of conduct this summer — medical amnesty. It is by no means a blanket policy, but in short, […]
“I jump every time I hear a loud noise on campus,” writes opinions editor Morgan Gervais. “I don’t jump because the noise startles me but rather, at the core of my being, I know those loud noises could signify a tragedy.” […]
“I realized I had a caffeine problem coming out of last semester’s finals,” writes Morgan Gervais, The Index’s opinions editor. “I would go days without sleep because I was living on caffeine pills and energy drinks.” […]