Timothy Walston was selected as the dean of the School of Science and Mathematics after serving as interim for the past two years.
Truman State University began an internal search for a dean of the school after two external searches over four years failed. Walston had been serving as interim dean of the School of Science and Mathematics since July 2017. […]
The eighth annual FLATS Trail Half Marathon will be held Oct. 6, starting at Thousand Hills State Park marina and ending at the West Winery at Jackson Stables.
The half marathon race is on a single track trail through Thousand Hills State Park. Participants can register for the event through Oct. 3 for a $50 entry fee. The money raised from the race benefits the Forest Area Trail System. […]
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 […]
Last semester, The Index printed a column discussing the topic of a “Typical Truman Student” and how Truman State University needs to address the mental health decline on campus. Since then, the University has started […]
The Kirksville Arts Association will sign the deed of ownership on a new lot, where they will build the Sue Ross Arts Center, tomorrow. In 2016, the Kirksville Arts Association building burned down. The former […]
Sodexo will replace Jazzman’s and Zime with an Einstein Bros. Bagels in the Student Union Building over winter break. Truman State University Board of Governors approved a measure to convert the space currently occupied by […]
Truman State University has hired Lauri Millot to serve as the new Title IX coordinator. Millot is currently serving as the Executive Director of the Office of Institutional Equity, Title IX Coordinator and section 504 […]
Cindy O’Laughlin won the Republican primary for the 18th Missouri State Senate District seat Aug. 7. O’Laughlin is the Republican nominee for the seat currently held by Sen. Brian Munzlinger, whose has reached his term […]
Missouri Hall Director Zac Burden is the newest member of the Kirksville City Council. The four Council members voted unanimously to appoint Burden at the Council meeting Aug. 20. Burden took the oath of office […]
Truman will remain affiliated with the Great Lakes Valley Conference and will still offer more varsity sports than other four-year public institutions in Missouri, excluding University of Missouri-Columbia. […]