Campus

Enrollment likely down for fall 2019

May 4, 2019

Based on new student application and admission numbers, Truman State University is projected to have another decrease in enrollment. As of Tuesday, there were 3,627 applicants, 2,678 of which have been admitted. Dawn Howd, associate […]

Campus

Speech and debate team nationally ranked

May 3, 2019

The Truman State University Speech and Debate team placed third overall at nationals in Lincoln-Douglas debate. Nationals were hosted by the Santa Ana California School District and took place from April 18-22. Lincoln-Douglas debate is […]

Campus

Campus carry bill passes House

May 2, 2019

Missouri House Bill 575 passed the House of Representatives and is going to the Senate. The bill initially was based on campus protection officers of higher education institutions, which would allow for faculty and staff […]

Administration

Fifteen Truman faculty, staff retire

April 23, 2019

Fifteen faculty and staff members have retired or are set to retire from Truman State University this year. There were fewer retirees this year than usual and Sally Herleth, executive director of human resources, said […]

Campus

Student Government elections go mostly uncontested

April 17, 2019

Students are voting in Student Government elections this week despite having only one competitive race. This semester’s elections determines the Truman State University Student Government president and vice president for next year, as well as […]

Campus

TMN wins state-wide awards

April 17, 2019

There are a lot of things I could share about attending the Missouri College Media Association Conference. For starters, it was a long weekend for many of us at Truman Media Network who made the […]

Campus

Student Government gears up for elections

April 11, 2019

Candidates running for a seat on Student Government have until tomorrow to turn in applications, but campaigning has already begun. There are 12 voting senator positions, three senior senators, the vice president and president, and […]

Campus

Greek Week breaks fundraising record

April 11, 2019

Greek Week 2019 broke yet another fundraising record, raising $26,820 for the Pantry for Adair County. Last year, Greek Week raised $24,500 for Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, which broke the record at the time. With […]