• Foudree to Present Address at Truman’s Summer Commencement

    Charles M. Foudree will deliver the commencement speech at 6:30 p.m., Aug. 5, on the Quadrangle. The commencement rain site is Baldwin Auditorium. About 106 undergraduate and 72 graduate students will be marching during the commencement ceremonies. In addition to these graduates, Truman will have 21 golden alumni, who graduated from 1955 and prior to participate in the ceremony. About 35 golden alumni will attend the Golden Alumni Reunion luncheon at 12:30 p.m. in the Student Union Building Georgian Room. A reception for all graduates will follow commencement on the Quadrangle.
  • Frick Selected as Presser Scholar

    Avril Frick, a music major from Oakville, Mo., has been named a Presser Scholar for the 2005-2006 academic year.
  • Truman Faculty to Perform Original Play at Minneapolis Festival

    Daryl Fazio, assistant professor of art, wrote “Georgia Out of My Mind” specifically for the 10-day Minnesota Fringe Festival (http://www.fringefestival.org), running from Aug. 4-14 in Minneapolis. The hour-long play is a two-woman, 10-character slice of Southern life hinging on the search for a missing former debutante and will be performed five times during the festival.
  • Truman Endowment Fund Established

    An endowment fund designed to provide perpetual resources to support the programs and activities of the University has been established at the Truman State University Foundation.
  • Truman Bookstore and SUB Celebrated "I Got Potter'd at the SUB"

    The Truman Bookstore and the Student Union Building sponsored "I Got Potter'd at the SUB" to celebrate the release of the new Harry Potter book from 10 p.m.-1 a.m., July 15, in the SUB. Employees in the SUB and the Truman Bookstore hosted the event for fellow members of the University community.