Capitalizing on Every Minute

    Earlier this year, Truman produced a video spoofing the “Most Interesting Man in the World” ad campaign. In an effort to promote the value of summer classes, the featured student was seen displaying a comically absurd range of skills and interests. Popular on social media, it did succeed in raising awareness for summer and online

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    Alumna Leads Highway Patrol

    When it comes to her career path, Sandra (Munden) Karsten has had a singular focus since she was 17. After attending the American Legion Cadet Patrol Academy, where she got to learn about different areas of the criminal justice system, one agency stood out among the rest. “Throughout the week, I watched different professionals and

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    The Queen of Smoothie King

    Jackie Floyd (’07) accomplished a lot in her first few years after graduating from Truman with degrees in theatre and English. While spending a year as part of a music ministry team, she toured Southeast Asia and the western United States. She followed that up with time as a resident director at Rockhurst University while

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    Art Projects Look to Science for Inspiration

    Art professors Lindsey Dunnagan and Francine Fox promoted interdisciplinary studies by inviting their students to sketch or paint in partnership with the sciences for firsthand experience with live, unique subjects. Dunnagan’s class worked with science professors, including Jay Bauman, Elisabeth Hooper and Timothy Walston. Bauman taught students how to attach reflective nodes to their bodies

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    Did You Know

    You can watch your favorite Truman teams on the Great Lakes Valley Conference Sports Network? The digital platform allows alumni, family and friends to watch the Bulldogs both at home and on the road in most team sports for free on the GLVCSN. The network is available on desktop and mobile devices and on most

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