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French students cope after attacks

December 3, 2015

As events in Paris unfolded Friday, Nov. 13, Truman State students from France were going about their daily lives until they found out about the coordinated Paris attacks. Many of the affected students contacted their […]

A picture of the Multicultural Affairs Center.
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MAC to host social justice leadership conference

November 25, 2015

The Truman State Multicultural Affairs Center is working to organize a Social Justice Leadership Summit for the first time April 15-16. The conference will be open to anyone and designed to educate people about social justice issues. Jerad Green, program coordinator […]

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BIOL 444 hosts Future of Agriculture panel

November 19, 2015

Food is an essential part of everyone’s lives. As the population and growing problems with climate change increases, issues of maintaining a food supply has come to the forefront of the minds of the student’s […]

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Panel to review Title IX case

November 19, 2015

Truman State officials granted an appeal and currently are reviewing a remanded Title IX offense case involving four Truman students. Senior Duncan Holahan reportedly was harassed and threatened with assault by senior Connor Brown, junior […]

Arts & Entertainment

Students bring movie characters to life

November 16, 2015

For the first time students performed speeches exclusively from movies at the annual Night at the Museum event hosted by communication professor Barry Poyner’s COMM 471: Persuasion Theory class. Students previously have presented famous speeches from history at this event. Participants taking […]