Campus

Leftist gun advocate visits campus

November 10, 2019

Students for a Democratic Society invited the Socialist Rifle Association president to visit campus Oct. 24 to host an event about how a person can support firearms and still be politically left leaning. The SRA […]

Administration

Faculty medical insurance to change Jan. 1

November 8, 2019

 Truman State University’s faculty medical insurance plan changes will go into effect Jan. 1, 2020. Dave Rector, vice president for Administration, Finance and Planning, said the medical insurance covers faculty, staff and their dependents.  Faculty […]

Campus

DPS alerts of motor vehicle theft

November 7, 2019

Director of Public Safety Sara Seifert sent an email to students Thursday evening alerting them of a motor vehicle theft from the east parking lot of the Ophelia Parrish Building. A 2003 dark gray Jeep […]

Campus

Hong Kong protests spark debate

November 7, 2019

Ongoing protests in Hong Kong, China, have garnered attention in the U.S., and even students at Truman State University are taking a stand.   The New York Times reported on Oct. 3, “The protests started as […]

Campus

Low enrollment impacts certain departments

November 2, 2019

Truman State University’s decline in enrollment has impacted academic departments, forcing some to make internal changes and create new marketing strategies.  The lower number of incoming freshman for the 2019-20 academic year has created a […]

Campus

Plaza finished in time for Homecoming

November 1, 2019

The Sandra K. Giachino Reavey Sesquicentennial Plaza construction is officially finished. A ribbon cutting ceremony took place Oct. 19, just in time for Homecoming. The plaza renovation project was approved February of this year and […]