Our View: Counseling services hire raises questions

October 28, 2018

With the recent announcement of plans to hire a part-time psychologist, psychiatric nurse practitioner and equine therapist, Truman State University is undoubtedly taking steps to address the mental health of students, staff and faculty on campus. While the effort to address the problem is commendable, it raises numerous questions about effective, responsible and timely solutions.


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Our View: Students, State Reps should come together

August 23, 2018

The State Representative and Senator whose districts contain Truman State University — Nate Walker and Brian Munzlinger, respectively — will be leaving office in January. Rep. Craig Redmon, who represents the eastern half of Adair […]


Our View: A message to freshmen

August 17, 2018

This is the beginning of an exciting part of your lives, and we, The Index Editorial Board, not only want you to have a great year, but want you to find your Truman identity, which might mean getting out of your comfort zone. […]