News & Stories
- Feb. 20: Study Abroad Fair
- Feb. 20: Faculty Forum Series: Professor of Music Marc Rice: “Musical Representation in the Black Newspapers of the Midwest: New Revelations and Possibilities”
- Feb. 21: Book Reading by Local Author Jamie Graham
- Feb. 21: Expo Bootcamp
- Feb. 22: “The Woman in Black”: A Ghost Play
- Feb. 22: Saxophonist to Conduct Workshop Feb. 22
- Feb. 23: Composition Studio Spring Recital
- Feb. 23: Art Gallery to Host Guest Lecturer
- Feb. 23: Women’s Basketball vs. Quincy/Men’s Basketball vs. Quincy
- Feb. 24: Dr. Michael Harmata: Some Chemistry of Allenic Sulfones
- Feb. 24: Guest Artist Recital: Adriana Ransom and Geoffery Duce
- Feb. 24: For·Words Series to Focus on Young Writers
- Feb. 25: African Sights and Sounds
- Feb. 26: Mardi Gras Oscars Viewing Bash
When Vayujeet Gokhale kicks off his 10th year at Truman next fall, he will get to celebrate with the type of rare occurrence perfectly suited for an astronomer. The solar eclipse of 2017 will take place Aug. 21, the first day of the fall semester. Gokhale and his colleagues are working to put together a series of events to help students and community members appreciate the significance of the phenomenon.
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
Truman alumnus Oseyi Ikuenobe is using his knack for problem-solving in the tech industry as a product manager for @WalmartLabs in Silicon Valley.
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Students have been hard at work rehearsing for “The Woman in Black” theatre production which opens this month in the James G. Severns Theater.
"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