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

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Hire a Truman Student

Graduation can be a fulfilling, joyous event in a college student’s life, or it can be terrifying. Remember those feelings? Finding a job, especially as a recent college grad, can be tough. As a Truman grad, you have forged the way to make your own future successful, and now it’s time to give back! Do

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The Bookshelf

Joe Porter’s War By Scott Sallee (’84) “Joe Porter’s War” focuses on the Civil War and Colonel Joe Porter’s attempt to lead a group of confederates to take over Union territory in Northeast Missouri. The story includes struggles and trying times from the Northeast Missouri Campaign in 1862.     Show Me the Deadly Deer

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Show your Truman Spirit on National Spirit Day

There are two times a year where it’s okay to cover your kids, home, office, dog and yourself head-to-toe in Bulldog purple (well, it’s always okay, but there are only two days a year where it’ll earn you prizes). Since 2011, we’ve celebrated Truman National Spirit Day twice a year. Make sure to mark your

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News Briefs

• As of July 1, 2013 three new departments emerged from the former Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. The three departments are now Statistics, Mathematics and Computer Science. Susan LaGrassa will serve as the chair for the Department of Mathematics, while Jon Beck will be the chair for the Department of Computer Science and

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