Miranda Biddle was diagnosed Burkitt's Lymphoma in early 2013. She returned to the classroom and the track in August after completing her treatments.
Thomas Palmatier ('77) is the Conductor and Commander of The United States Army Band, one of the miltitary's highest musical honors.
On Nov. 15, Tag Day celebrated the impact of private donations on the Truman experience.
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After eight years on campus, a unique flower in the University Greenhouse bloomed for the first time. The Devil’s Tongue flower bloomed in the middle of July and reached the peak of its bloom at an estimated size of two feet in height and six inches in diameter. It shares the same genus as the
Truman Alumni Chapters have a lot planned for 2014! Last year, events included a little bit of everything: trivia nights, wineries, networking socials, professional sporting events—including Cardinals games and Truman tailgates—pumpkin patches, brewery tours, service projects and much, MUCH more! Chapters stay connected to current students by hosting Truman send-offs for first-year students coming from
Longtime track & field/cross country coach John Cochrane, along with all-Americans Saundra Hester and Justin Naumovitz were inducted into the Truman Athletics Hall of Fame during Homecoming 2013. Cochrane served on the Bulldog staff for 33 years coaching five national champions, 52 individual and seven all-Americans along with 14 academic all-Americans during his tenure. He
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In an effort to reduce University energy consumption and make the campus more sustainable, solar panels were installed on five buildings during the summer. Barnett Hall, Ophelia Parrish, the Student Union Building, Magruder Hall and the Health Sciences Building all had solar panels installed on the roof during the summer. Each building can produce up
Several alumni awards were presented at the Alumni and Friends/Hall of Fame Banquet during Homecoming on Oct. 18, 2013.