• Students Spread Love of Reading to Local Children

    Kids’ Reading Corner is the product of TRU 100: READ, a one-hour action component of Truman’s First-Year Experience Symposium. As part of the class, students are responsible for developing and implementing a literacy outreach project for Kirksville children, pre-K through fifth grade.
  • To Infinity and Beyond: Planetarium Programming Fits Many Needs

    While planetariums are typically associated with the heavens, programming can be adapted to fit a variety of needs. Truman’s planetarium has featured the seven wonders of the world, laser shows set to popular music, poetry readings and theatre events, to name just a few.
  • Compost Project Seeks Food Scraps

    Anyone can bring kitchen food scraps to the Compost Project’s public collection bin on South Elson Street, located at the Communiversity Garden site, just east of West Campus Suites. Any food material, paper towels and paper napkins are accepted, but no food packaging, plastic or pet waste.
  • Career and Grad School Week Features Virtual Events

    Career and Graduate School Week will take place Sept. 28-Oct. 2, and this year will include virtual expos highlighting opportunities for students. To start off the festivities, the Career Center will host an Expo Bootcamp, Sept. 29.