Community

Sustainability in action

August 17, 2022 and

Sustainability has been a growing concern among students and faculty on college campuses. Many have formed clubs and created jobs to make campuses around the globe more sustainable. As of May, Truman State University’s sustainability […]

City

Manhunt continues into third week

August 17, 2022

READ AN UPDATE TO THE STORY: Rongey’s Body Identified 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 […]

Campus

Truman Week experiences change

August 17, 2022

Truman Week is a yearly occurrence, but this time students will experience it a little differently.  This year Truman Week will be focused more on the “fan experience.”  Some of the most memorable activities of […]

News

US Senate candidate visits Kirksville

April 27, 2022

With Roy Blunt’s retirement announcement, a wide array of candidates have emerged to fill Missouri’s second seat in the United States Senate. One such candidate, Spencer Toder, stopped at DuKum Inn in Kirksville March 30 […]

Community

Truman alumna opens small business

April 19, 2022

Create the Vibe Candle Company, a make-your-own candle shop located on Franklin Street, provides Kirksville with a creative and heavenly-scented candle experience. Established by Megan Howard-Boyer during March 2020, the shop allows you to create […]

Administration

Truman ends mask mandate

March 3, 2022

The President’s Office sent out an email to the campus community Feb. 25 stating that Truman State University no longer requires masks on campus. The new ruling went into effect at 5 p.m. Feb. 25. […]

Uncategorized

Baltimore construction continues

February 22, 2022

Construction work is continuing on Baltimore Street. According to the Missouri Department of Transportation, work has continued since April 2021.   Amy Crawford, the area engineer who works for the Missouri Department of Transportation, provided updates […]