Student injured in bicycle accident

October 27, 2015

A Truman State student was transferred to University Hospital in Columbia today after a bicycle accident that fractured his left wrist and skull. Senior Dane Justice was riding his bicycle just north of Baldwin Hall […]


Peace officers host public review forum

October 24, 2015

Kirksville residents and Adair County law enforcement officers voiced their concerns and suggestions regarding officer training standards during a public meeting Oct. 14. The Missouri Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission and the Missouri Department of […]


LARPing enters the classroom

October 24, 2015

“No swords will be involved, but you may get to burn a heretic.” Few Truman State students made it past the first sentence of an email sent to every student on campus two weeks ago, much less the phrase “Live […]


Take a swing at Rock Ya Body

October 23, 2015 and

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]University Swingers will be welcoming three sets of dance instructors and guests to Truman State today at noon and Saturday as it hosts its annual Rock Ya Body swing workshop. Rock Ya Body is an opportunity for others to […]


Open housing project delayed

October 22, 2015

The gender-neutral housing pilot program in Campbell Apartments has been delayed indefinitely. The resolution was presented to the Board of Governors during February 2015 and discussed during the Board’s June meeting. In lieu of the […]


French professor to retire

October 20, 2015 and

The Truman State French department is looking to fill the hole left when professor Patrick Lobert retires during December. Lobert directed French plays each semester as well as leading several summer study abroad excursions. Once […]