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Truman State University: Celebrating 150 Years (1867-2017)


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Moon FestivalMid-Autumn Festival 
The Mid-Autumn Festival, commonly referred to as The Moon Festival, was hosted by the Society for  Sino-American Studies. A time of celebration, honoring and uplifting the values of family and unity, the festival marks the end of the autumn harvest. More»

SarahWWI Museum Job Affords Alumna Learning Opportunities
“One of the most important lessons I learned at Truman State University was the value of seeing things from all sides – of changing my own perspective and delving into things that can give more information about a time or place.” More»

SadieRacking Up Experience
Growing up in Utah, Sadie was curious about history. A study-abroad trip to Argentina during high school ignited a passion for the Spanish language. Starting her first day at Truman, she began pursuing opportunities to help propel her toward the type of job that would offer meaningful work, perhaps working with the United Nations. More»

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