Lyceum Resumes with "Steel Magnolias"
The Kohlenberg Lyceum Series will present a live radio theatre-style production of “Steel Magnolias” at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 29 in Baldwin Auditorium.
Performed by L.A. Theatre Works (LATW), this unique rendition will feature the actors directing their dialogue to the audience and include costumes, live sound effects and small sets that create an intimate experience.
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Young Entrepreneur Pitches Innovative Ideas
As a three-time finalist for a Truman competition called Bulldog B.I.T.E., which stands for Business Innovation by Truman Entrepreneurs, Will Fries has looked not one but seven investors in the eye and pitched his idea in hopes of a good return.
A Different Kind of Mogul
While working with at-risk youths in California, Shaunelle Curry (’95, ’97) realized how something as simple as the music they listened to could influence their lives in a negative way. So she looked for a way to make a positive change in her community.
Do What You Love
Jamie David’s motto is “do what you love,” and that guiding philosophy motivated her to be active on campus. Among her commitments, she is an executive member of the Student Activities Board and Alpha Sigma Alpha sorority.
Spending some summer nights at a well-known theater in St. Louis, John O’Brien became fascinated with how a theatre production comes together. That experience, combined with the wide opportunities students have to personalize their education at Truman, opened the door to a whole new world of career options he had not even considered.
Young Entrepreneur Takes Old-School Approach
Most 20-something entrepreneurs today are using technology as a means to build their empires, but Austin Hayden (’15) is taking a decidedly retro approach when it comes to selling his recreational water pads.
Making Music Come to Life
Tapping into his extraordinary musical talents and the practical skills gained through a liberal arts education, Paul Niehaus IV used his understanding of the complex nature of the music world to build a successful career pursuing his passion.
New Data Science Program Expands Career Opportunities
With its new online graduate certificate in data science, Truman is offering working adults with a college degree an opportunity to gain experience in one of the world’s fastest-growing career fields.