News

US Senate candidate visits Kirksville

April 27, 2022

With Roy Blunt’s retirement announcement, a wide array of candidates have emerged to fill Missouri’s second seat in the United States Senate. One such candidate, Spencer Toder, stopped at DuKum Inn in Kirksville March 30 […]

Campus

Forensics team wins big at tournaments

April 12, 2022

Last month, Truman State University’s debate team claimed first place at the Missouri Forensics State Tournament.  Because of concerns presented by COVID-19, the tournament occurred virtually this year.  Students were able to give their speeches […]

Campus

LGBTQ+ Center officially opens

April 6, 2022

Truman State University opened its first LGBTQ+ Resource Center Feb. 23. Truman held a ribbon cutting event to commemorate the moment.   The ribbon cutting event marked the opening of the center’s student lounge, located […]

Administration

University to install cameras

April 2, 2022

Truman State University has begun the process of installing 76 security cameras across campus. These cameras are meant to provide added security and crime deterrence at the University.  According to the Board of Governors, the […]

Administration

Truman ends mask mandate

March 3, 2022

The President’s Office sent out an email to the campus community Feb. 25 stating that Truman State University no longer requires masks on campus. The new ruling went into effect at 5 p.m. Feb. 25. […]

Campus

Missing paintings returned

March 3, 2022

Sara Seifert, director of Public Safety, said the Department of Public Safety received an anonymous tip from their silent witness line. The person said they knew the individual’s name who took the portraits and had […]

Campus

Car theft occurred on campus Monday

February 21, 2022

The Truman State University community was alerted Monday morning at 8:30 a.m. about a motor vehicle theft which occurred earlier that day.  According to Sara Seifert, chief of police with the Department of Public Safety, […]