News & Stories
- March 27: SAM Distinguished Lecture: The Story and Significance of the Periodic Table Eric Scerri, UCLA
- March 27: What to Do with Your Summer Break
- March 27: Transferable Skills – What They Are and How to Get Them
- March 27: Concert Percussion Ensemble II Spring Concert
- March 28: Health Awareness Week Speakers
- March 28: Art Gallery Exhibits: “Closed Eyes Gaze: Rafael E. Vera and Victor Marquez Barrios” and “Annual Juried Student Exhibition”
- March 28: Comedian Danish Maqbool
- March 30: How to Adult – Life Hacks for College Freshmen
- March 30: Writing Center Workshop Featuring Alumna Kara Bollinger Kynion
- March 30: Faculty Forum-Lloyd Pflueger, Professor of Religion, “Ishopanishad or The Secret Teaching on the Lord”
- March 31: St. Baldrick’s Fundraiser
- March 31: Diversity Workshop, “Identifying Racism and Cultural Proficiency”
- April 3: Kohlenberg Lyceum Series Presents Saint Louis Brass
- April 4: Professor Saul Cornell, Fordham University, “Race and the Second Amendment”
- April 4-18: Earth Week Events
For Becca Elder, finding a way to combine her academic and personal interests was simple. Pursuing environmental studies, Elder found her niche promoting environmental awareness and encouraging her fellow students to consider sustainability in their everyday life decisions
When Cisco Juarez settles in to study, the soundtrack that begins to filter out from his room might come as a surprise. Jazz music is a staple in Juarez’s life. His affinity for jazz can be traced back to a course he took at Truman. It’s just one of many things that his experience on campus has helped him discover about himself.
As a journalism graduate, Brandi (Brown) Bartel (’04) has always made it a habit to stay on top of the local news. She frequents community meetings and public events, and she is always up-to-date with nearby police, media and prosecutors. However, despite her degree, Bartel is not chasing after a potential scoop. When she tunes in for the crime reports, she is wondering which ones might bring her tomorrow’s new clients
Grit and determination paid off for Truman’s Volleyball team as they defied the odds and transformed a rocky start into a winning season.
Photo of the Week
Students have been busy working with Truman composers and a guest musician getting ready for a Spring Recital on March 30 presented by Uncommon Practice, the University’s contemporary music ensemble.
"My favorite aspect of Truman is the sense of community. I love knowing so many people around campus and having so many great opportunities that I might not have at a larger university."
– Neva S., Creative Writing Major, Theatre Minor