• A Special Garden
    A Special Garden
  • A Union of Past and Present
    A Union of Past and Present
  • Helping Nab Computer Crimes
    Helping Nab Computer Crimes
Alyssa Vorhies ('09) gives an insider's view of her Peace Corps experience living in one of the most sparsely populated counties in the world.
Renovations around campus include improvements to Franklin Street, Kirk Memorial and a major upgrade to Centennial Hall.
Kitti Carriker ('79, '80) shares how she reconnected with her Centennial Hall roommate from 1975.

Five Minutes with Michael Seipel

Michael Seipel, professor and chair of the Agricultural Science Department, has been a member of the Truman faculty since August 1998. He received a bachelor of science degree in agricultural economics and a Ph.D. in rural sociology from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Tell us a little bit about what you teach: You might say that

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Commencement Speakers

Family Day 2013

Board of Governors Adds New Members

In January 2013, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon appointed David Lee Bonner (’07) and Mike LaBeth to the Truman Board of Governors, and the two new members were confirmed by the Missouri Senate. Bonner and LaBeth replace John Hilton (’02) and Ken Read (’73) whose terms ended December 2012. Bonner is an assistant attorney general with

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Men’s Basketball

The Truman men’s basketball team closed its 2012-13 season with a 10-17 overall record, qualifying for the MIAA tournament for the first time since the 2006-07 season before falling in the first round at Pittsburg (Kan.) State. Three Bulldogs earned MIAA honors, headlined by a third-team all-MIAA award for junior forward Mike Carlson and honorable-mention

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