Editorial

Being safe while supporting athletics

February 23, 2022

Hello once again Index readers, thanks for your continued support of the paper. I think there is always time to talk about things that the Truman State University community specifically continues to do well during […]

Editorial

StuGov Buzz 2/17

February 22, 2022

The Missouri General Assembly is in the process of redrawing legislative districts, and they recently released maps of how the districts are predicted to look. The new Missouri General Assembly map allows more of the […]

Editorial

StuGov Buzz 2/2

February 8, 2022

We are so excited to announce that the LGBTQ+ Resource Center is very close to being open! Even now, thanks to the multitude of people who helped make this space a possibility through their donations, […]

Columns

Honoring MLK through sports

February 3, 2022

Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a time of remembrance of our storied past and of hopeful aspiration for our future, especially as we experience social turmoil in our nation. Martin Luther King Jr. came […]

Editorial

StuGov Buzz 1/31

February 2, 2022

The semester is off to a great start! We met Monday, Jan. 18, for our first meeting of the semester, where we appointed Joshua Grandstaff as a member of the Academic Affairs Committee and Colleen […]

Editorial

Our View: Use Yik Yak wisely

January 24, 2022

In the November 2021 issue of The Index, staff writer Sydney Ellison wrote about the resurrection of YikYak, a social media platform where users post anonymously. Sara Seifert, director of Truman State University’s Department of […]

Editorial

The importance of fine arts

December 2, 2021

With COVID-19 turning people’s lives upside down, many have learned what is most important to them and hold it close to their hearts. One thing many have continued to value is the fine arts. Because […]

Editorial

Is COVID-19 old news?

November 9, 2021

“The unprecedented global pandemic.” Those words have been haunting us for the past year and a half. Even my nine-year-old niece has the term “coronavirus” in her everyday vocabulary. When this all started in 2019 […]