Administration

University to install cameras

April 2, 2022

Truman State University has begun the process of installing 76 security cameras across campus. These cameras are meant to provide added security and crime deterrence at the University.  According to the Board of Governors, the […]

Campus

Missing paintings returned

March 3, 2022

Sara Seifert, director of Public Safety, said the Department of Public Safety received an anonymous tip from their silent witness line. The person said they knew the individual’s name who took the portraits and had […]

Campus

Two paintings stolen from SUB

February 17, 2022

Student Union Building staff noticed two paintings of president Harry Truman were missing Jan. 24. One of the missing paintings was over the fireplace in the Hub, and the other was from the second floor […]

Editorial

StuGov Buzz 2/2

February 8, 2022

We are so excited to announce that the LGBTQ+ Resource Center is very close to being open! Even now, thanks to the multitude of people who helped make this space a possibility through their donations, […]

Administration

Truman workers protest for higher wages

January 28, 2022

A wage strike to protest the delayed response of wage proposals occurred on Truman State University’s campus Dec. 4. The Physical Plant union has been negotiating wages with the University for months. Physical Plant consists […]

Campus

Centennial Hall to Close

January 23, 2022

“Of all of the places that we have open as residence halls to live in, in my three years [at Truman], Centennial Hall has been the least popular,” Van Boxel said. “It is the last […]