Kirksville Arts Center burns

December 2, 2016

Firefighters and law enforcement responded to a fire at the corner of McPherson and South Franklin in downtown Kirksville. The Kirksville Arts Center caught fire sometime late Friday evening. It is still unknown how the fire started […]

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Women’s Basketball Split At Drury

November 30, 2016

To close out the Thanksgiving Break, Truman State University’s women’s basketball participated in the annual Drury Thanksgiving Classic in Springfield, Missouri, where the team split an even 1-1 record in two games. In the first […]

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“Political correctness” conceals issues

October 9, 2016

“Political correctness” is — judging by the innumerable reports in the mainstream media — a scourge upon college campuses nationwide. We hear that students are incapable of considering political views different from their own and […]



September 25, 2016

The Truman State University women’s soccer team took a standout conference win over GLVC rival Bellarmine University with a 1-0 overtime victory last Friday afternoon. Junior midfielder Kelsey Murphy sealed the game with a goal […]

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Federal Reserve policy shows unstable capitalism

September 19, 2016

For the last seven years our central bank — the Federal Reserve — pursued a monetary policy called quantitative easing, which is its response to the ongoing economic crisis. While the Fed’s policy might seem […]


ITS Shutdown to Occur Sept. 11

September 9, 2016

Students should plan ahead this weekend if they have homework because a system-wide shut down will occur Sunday. Information Technology Services sent out a campus-wide email Sept. 1 notifying students of the need to shut down […]