Increase in New Students at Truman

Truman began the fall 2013 semester with an increase in new student enrollment compared to last year’s class. In August, the University welcomed to campus a new freshmen class that included 1,330 students, an increase of nearly four percent compared to last year. The incoming freshmen touted an average ACT of just over 27 and

Read More

KTRM Offers Live Streaming Capabilities

KTRM can now be lived streamed on smartphones. Through the Truman application on the iPhone and Android, KTRM now offers live streaming, which is newly improved for easier connecting and listening. To connect to KTRM’s live streaming, visit streaming.truman.edu:8000/ktrm. Another way to connect with KTRM is through a smartphone app called “TuneIn.” This application offers

Read More

Study Abroad Course Exposes Students to Ancient and Contemporary Cultures

Six weeks of intense learning and diverse experiences took place in summer 2013 for eight Truman students who participated in the East Meets West study abroad program led by Mark Appold, associate professor of philosophy and religion. Students traveled through Italy, Greece, Turkey, Israel and the West Bank with time spent at ancient and modern

Read More

Two Games in Two Days

This past fall marked the 50th anniversary of a very unique moment in the history of Bulldog football. Alumnus and team member Shane Cavanah gives a first-hand account of the unusual weekend. In the fall of 1963, I was a senior football player at Northeast Missouri State Teachers College. I was one of 12 returning

Read More

School Named in Honor of Alumnus

When William Matthew found out Kirksville Middle School was going to be renamed in his honor, he was shocked by the news. After helping the district grow throughout the years, Matthew felt grateful for the community’s recognition of his service. The Kirksville native and former superintendent worked in the Kirksville School District for 23 out

Read More