Campus

Campus carry bill does not make it to Senate floor

May 19, 2019

Missouri House bill 575 passed through the Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Safety Senate committee, but was too late to go onto the Senate floor as the legislative session adjourned Friday. Five members of the committee […]

Campus

Campus carry bill passes House

May 2, 2019

Missouri House Bill 575 passed the House of Representatives and is going to the Senate. The bill initially was based on campus protection officers of higher education institutions, which would allow for faculty and staff […]

Campus

Student Government elections go mostly uncontested

April 17, 2019

Students are voting in Student Government elections this week despite having only one competitive race. This semester’s elections determines the Truman State University Student Government president and vice president for next year, as well as […]

Campus

Student Government gears up for elections

April 11, 2019

Candidates running for a seat on Student Government have until tomorrow to turn in applications, but campaigning has already begun. There are 12 voting senator positions, three senior senators, the vice president and president, and […]

City

Kirksville voters elect three councilmembers

April 3, 2019

Adair County voters in Kirksville elected Zac Burden, Jessica Parks and Chuck Long to the City Council Tuesday. The county as a whole also passed the ballot initiative to impose a $1 monthly fee on […]

Campus

Governor, state officials visit Truman to talk Greenwood

March 28, 2019

Gov. Mike Parson, Missouri Sen. Cindy O’Laughlin, and Missouri Reps. Danny Busick and Greg Sharpe came to Truman State University last Thursday to talk with University President Sue Thomas about Truman’s role in workforce development […]

Campus

Conservative commentator Michael Knowles speaks on campus

March 22, 2019

Conservative commentator Michael Knowles spoke at Truman State University Thursday night at an event sponsored by the College Republicans. Knowles, an author and host of “The Michael Knowles Show” on conservative website The Daily Wire, […]

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Administration

Truman opts into higher state minimum wage

February 4, 2019

Truman State University chose to opt in to the new Missouri state minimum wage of $8.60 per hour. Dave Rector, vice president for administration, finance and planning, said Truman was exempt from the wage increase, […]