Entertainment

Noelani’s story: what’s in a name

August 17, 2019

This is the first of TMN staff writer Allison Maschoff’s collection of short fiction stories. Our village was small and its traditions ran deep. The small community only saw a few babies born each year […]

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Truman revises class repeat and retake policy

February 28, 2019

A new repeat and retake policy that allows students to retake non-repeatable courses no matter what grade they received during the first attempt will go into effect this upcoming semester. However, the course will only […]

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Features

Movie Review: Aquaman

January 19, 2019

Rating: 3 out of 5 seahorses Director James Wan’s “Aquaman” is a ridiculous film that likely killed many of my brain cells, but I enjoyed its sensory overload nevertheless. This DC Comics film centers around […]

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City of Kirksville declares traffic, snow emergency

January 18, 2019

Due to impending inclement winter weather, and the U.S. National Weather Service’s Winter Storm Warning, the City of Kirksville has declared a Traffic/Snow Emergency (per Section 15 of the Municipal Code), beginning at 5:00 p.m. […]

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Bulldogs win first three games

November 21, 2018

Truman State University women’s basketball team started the 2018-2019 campaign with two victories in the GMAC/GLVC Conference Challenge in Nashville, Tennessee. […]

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Prairie dog expert speaks at Truman

October 16, 2018

John Hoogland, biology professor at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, had a busy couple of days before he arrived at Truman State University. Specifically, Hoogland needed to liquidate 800 traps and 11 observation towers, among other things, from his prairie dog field research assets. […]

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Truman enrolls above average number of LGBTQ students

October 14, 2018

Truman State University has an above average number of LGBTQ students when compared to other Missouri universities. This year, 20 percent of students at Truman identify as LGBTQ, which is higher than the 10-12 percent other Missouri universities have reported, said Janna Stoskopf, vice president for student affairs. […]