Campus Icon Receives Upgrade

A campus landmark for decades, the cupola atop Kirk Memorial was replaced in the summer. For much of last year, the building underwent a number of improvements including new shingles and windows, brick tuck pointing and replacement of limestone detailing that had deteriorated. The cupola had to be replaced because it could not be made

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Flat Spike

Remember Spike? Of course you do, you are both Truman Bulldogs, after all. This curious pup wants to know what Truman alumni are up to, meet some future Bulldogs and see the amazing places you go to! Here’s how it works: • Cut out Flat Spike and color/design him any way you like. If you’re

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Volleyball

The Truman volleyball team capped its 2013 regular season with its 14th NCAA tournament appearance, having also finished as runners-up in the Great Lakes Valley Conference tournament in late November. The Bulldogs reached the NCAA tournament during their first season as members of the Midwest region, but fell 3-1 in the first round to region

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5 Minutes with Stephen Allen

Stephen Allen, professor of business administration, has been a member of the Truman faculty for 25 years. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering and a Ph.D. in engineering management from the Missouri University of Science & Technology. What led you to teaching: Before earning my doctorate degree and teaching at the

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Truman Calendar Competition

If you are a member of one of our great alumni chapters, you’ve probably received this year’s membership gift. If you haven’t yet, we hope you’re anticipating the arrival of these stunning, full-color calendars. While we absolutely love the pictures taken by campus photographer Tim Barcus (@TrumanPhotos), we want to make these gifts more personal

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