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|VISIT CAMPUS: Upcoming Saturday Showcase Event April 25
Want to learn more about Truman State University? Sign up for our next Saturday Showcase Visit event so you can optimize your visit to campus.
|Truman to Celebrate 100th Anniversary of the Bulldog
To celebrate the Bulldogs' centennial, the Student Activities Board has collaborated with several Truman organizations to plan a week of events leading up to Truman’s National Spirit Day, April 3.
|Big Event Registration Open for Students
The 14th annual Big Event will take place at 9 a.m. March 28. Hundreds of Truman students will come together to show their appreciation for the support that the Kirksville community has shown them. Students will help residents rake leaves, wash windows, paint and much more.
|Softball Sweeps McKendree in Saturday Road Action
A pair of routs ran the Truman softball win streak to double digits on Saturday afternoon, as the Bulldogs picked up a 5-inning 10-0 shutout win in game one before returning with an 8-1 victory in game two at McKendree (Ill.).
|Court of Appeals to Convene at Truman
The Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, will convene court at Truman at 9:30 a.m. March 24 in the Student Union Building Georgian Room B.
|Bulldog Book Club: Ernest Hemingway Birthplace & Museum Tour in Oak Park, Ill.
Join fellow Truman Bulldogs and friends for a Book Club and Tour at the Birthplace & Museum of Ernest Hemingway in Oak Park, Ill.
|“Traded Away” Next in Global Issues Series
Dr. Rose Spalding will present “Traded Away: Market Reform and Resistance in Central America” at 7 p.m. March 26 in Magruder 2001 as part of the Global Issues Colloquium.
|Coffee with the President
President Troy Paino will host a Coffee with the President
from 3-4 p.m. March 24 in Baldwin Hall 100.
|Basketball's Jackson Named Second-Team NABC All-Region
The men's basketball senior guard Seth Jackson was named second-team all-district by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC).
|Phi Tau Cookout for Kids Celebrates 20th Anniversary
Truman’s Phi Kappa Tau chapter will conduct its 20th annual Cookout for Kids April 14 to benefit the SeriousFun Camps for children with chronic or terminal illnesses.
|Career Center Sponsors Kansas City Recruiting Trip
Through the University Career Center, nine Truman students were able to visit Barkley, Hallmark and VML in Kansas City on March 17, and had the opportunity to talk with alumni and recruiters about career paths in marketing and advertising.
|Truman Forensics Has Novice National Champions
Truman Forensics had yet another successful weekend with two sweepstakes and four individual wins at the Novice Nationals Tournament in Indianapolis.
|Greek Life to Host Battle of the Bands
The Greek community invites all students and members of the public to attend Battle of the Bands and the All-American Cook-off on March 27.
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