Editorial

Is COVID-19 old news?

November 9, 2021

“The unprecedented global pandemic.” Those words have been haunting us for the past year and a half. Even my nine-year-old niece has the term “coronavirus” in her everyday vocabulary. When this all started in 2019 […]

Features

Something New Sizzlin’

November 6, 2021

Restaurant options in the Student Union Building should bring something new to the campus, but the old option, Slice of Life, just didn’t meet that expectation according to the Director of Dining Services, John Stewart. […]

Features

Thousands raised for FLATS

November 5, 2021 and

  Organizations banded together for Truman State University’s 2021 homecoming to raise $15,707 for the Forest Lake Area Trail System. FLATS is a volunteer-based organization in Kirksville whose goal is to create a 4-mile trail connecting […]

Campus

Classes transition back to in-person format

October 28, 2021

With the number of in-person classes on the rise, students, professors and administrators reflected on the biggest changes they underwent during the first half of the fall semester. Even though the transition to the classroom […]

Sports

Players cope with COVID-19 regulations

October 26, 2021

Truman State University athletic teams’ schedules suffered from callenations because of COVID-19 last year. This season players have seen a somewhat return to normal, however teams are still being required to follow some COVID safety […]

Football

Bulldogs survive thrilling game

October 21, 2021

The Truman State University football team returns home this weekend for Family Day to play Lindenwood University. The Bulldogs are coming off of a big away win against Tiffin University, the 16th ranked Div. II […]