No holiday season would be complete without “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.” Viewers can’t help but relate to the issues that result from when family visits for the holidays. “A Charlie Brown […]
Communication disorders instructor Andrea Richards received her Bachelor of Arts in mass communication at Truman State University and her Master’s in education in communication disorders at Northeastern State University in Oklahoma. She is the chapter […]
Mental health continued as a topic of discussion last week when slam poet Neil Hilborn and student poets performed during the Student Activities Board’s TruSlam event. Neil Hilborn is a College National Poetry Slam champion […]
Location. After living in a town different from your hometown, you come to appreciate the difference in location and gain perspective, and you realize you’re thankful for it. Quiet. Another great aspect of small towns […]
Large amounts of competition from other Missouri universities as well as lack of advertising keeps Truman State University’s graduate program enrollment low, with 194 students enrolled across eight programs. These figures are the latest given […]
Know your people. This year offers the opportunity to have a say in both state and local positions. Research the candidates so you are making a choice you are comfortable with because these people […]
Advice for college life where every conflict (or at least most) can be solved with a little food and conversation. So, you’ve just moved in with your first roommate and you have no experience sharing […]
There are many ghouls that haunt the halls of Truman State University… find out which ghost you are most like with this quiz!