City

Manhunt continues into third week

August 17, 2022

UPDATED 4:54 PM 08/18/22 Jesse Rongey is suspected to have shot and dismembered Stephen Munn on Munn’s property July 5. Munn’s remains were found five days later on his property near Youngstown Trail, where authorities […]

Administration

Campus sees summer updates

August 17, 2022

Truman State University enacted a variety of structural and security updates throughout the summer of 2022 that impact student life on campus.  One of the largest projects was the installation of 76 security cameras across […]

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

Car theft occurred on campus Monday

February 21, 2022

The Truman State University community was alerted Monday morning at 8:30 a.m. about a motor vehicle theft which occurred earlier that day.  According to Sara Seifert, chief of police with the Department of Public Safety, […]

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 […]

Campus

Spring Break brings COVID-19 concern

March 3, 2021

On Friday, March 5, many Truman students will be on their way home for the long-awaited Spring Break. In line with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s calls for staying home over break, school […]