Chris Burk, KTRM Assistant Manager, has received a 2017 first-place award for best radio station promotion announcement. The honor was presented by the Missouri Broadcast Educators Association as part of its annual student media contest. Truman State is a member of MBEA; Dr. Mark Smith serves as the current Communications Director of the organization.
By Truman Forensics Students and Staff Truman State University’s Forensic Union (speech and debate team) attended the National Forensic Association’s (NFA) Championship Tournament on April 13th through April 18th, hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Eight students traveled to the competition where Truman State University was among 75 schools competing in both speech and debate […]
Art—Poster 1st Place—tie, $200 each Jackson Page—“We Sit Where We Want” Natalie Holmgren—“Nevertheless, She Persisted” 2nd Place, $100 Vian Trinh—“I Move Towards the Light” Oratory 1st Place—tie, $200 each Spencer Foust—“From Stages to Shackles: The Short-Lived Liberation of Ringling’s Elephants” Schelleen Gottman—“A Gift of Freedom” Essay 1st Place, $200 Korbin Keller—“Kennedy’s Sacrifice” 2nd Place, […]
The Truman State Media Board, composed of student media managers and faculty advisers, has selected four students to lead Truman Media Network operations in the 2017-18 school year. The four students include: Seth Wolfmeyer: Editor in Chief, the Index Gail Hulser: KTRM-FM General Manager Megan Gibbons: Detours magazine Aerin Johnson: TMN-TV All media operations operate […]
By Truman Forensics Students and Staff Truman State University’s Forensic Union (speech and debate team) concluded its regular season competition with a small crew at the Big Red Bird Lincoln-Douglas Debate tournament, hosted at Illinois State University, February 25 and 26. This tournament is often considered to be the national warm-up tournament for debate. With only […]
Truman State University’s Forensic Union had a successful weekend attending the Missouri Association of Forensic Activities Championship Tournament hosted this year by the University of Central Missouri. The team earned the Harold Lawson Debate Sweepstakes Award in the open division, making them the top debate team in Missouri. In addition to debate sweepstakes, the team […]
Some would argue that what Abraham Lincoln is most remembered for is his signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. The document may have had a limited direct impact on the lives of many slaves, but it was a watershed moment in stating that previously bound people shall be “forever free” (Emancipation Proclamation, paragraph 2). To emancipate […]
By Truman Forensics Students and Staff Truman State University’s Forensic Union (speech and debate team) started the new year on the right foot with successful weekends at two regional tournaments. The team traveled to the Iowa Swing, hosted by the University of Northern Iowa and Simpson College on January 21 and 22, and to the Gorlock […]
All Truman Communication students are invited attend a forum that demonstrates effective ways of searching and applying for internships. The forum will be held Wednesday, November 16 at 5:00 in Barnett Hall 1211. Snacks will be served!
With one of the most unique election years set to conclude on Tuesday, November 8, members of the Truman Media Network (TMN) will provide live coverage. From 7:00 to 10:00 that evening, live coverage is scheduled on TMN-TV, channel 36 on campus (and streamed live online) combined with similar live coverage on KTRM (FM). Reporters […]