Truman Alumni Association Creates Spirit Day April 1

Starting this year, Truman’s Alumni Association Board of Directors designated the first Friday in the months of April and October as Truman National Spirit Days.
The Alumni Association is encouraging all alumni, friends and supporters of the University to wear Bulldog purple or Truman apparel and decorate their offices with Truman gear April 1 and Oct. 7.

“Truman’s reputation as a premier university has grown to a national scale, and we have fantastic Truman alumni throughout the country and around the world,” said Alumni Board President Jessica Hill. “I hope everyone will show they are ‘Bulldogs Forever’ by participating in National Spirit Day on April 1.”

The idea was born from a spirit day initiated by Truman’s Kansas City Alumni Chapter. Truman also promotes “Purple Friday” each week on campus. The purpose of National Spirit Days is to promote Truman to prospective students, to give alumni and friends an opportunity to display their pride in their alma mater and to create awareness of the University locally, nationally and internationally.

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