Communication blog

  • TSU student media earn high honors

    March 25, 2015

    Truman State students captured five, first place awards and two honorable mentions in the annual 2015 Missouri Broadcast Education Association (MBEA) media contest. Audio and video material produced in 2014 for TSU student media, a Department of Communication co-curricular activity, were eligible for entry. TSU swept the “hard news” video category earning first place and honorable […]

  • Truman Forensics produces novice national champions

    March 16, 2015

    By Truman Forensics Students and Staff Truman State University’s Forensic Union (speech and debate team) made an impressive run at the 33rd annual Novice Nationals Tournament, hosted by the Novice National Forensic Association and Butler University in Indianapolis, IN. The NNFA is a national tournament limited to forensic students in their first year of competition. […]

  • Truman Forensics makes third place showing in Missouri tourney

    February 16, 2015

    The Truman State Forensic Union (speech and debate team) ranks third in Missouri after competing in the annual Missouri Association of Forensic Activities’ Championship Tournament in February. The team took home 2 sweepstakes trophies, 3rd place in Debate and 3rd overall. Additionally, the team took home quite a few individual trophies and several State Championships. […]

  • Truman Forensics has big weekend at Gorlock Gala

    January 26, 2015

    By Truman Forensics Students and Staff Truman State University’s Forensic Union (speech and debate team) attended the annual Gorlock Gala hosted by Webster University this past weekend, January 23rd-25th. This year was an especially big showing, with 49 schools from across the nation and well over 800 entries in speech and debate. This makes the […]

  • Attention students! Truman State Lincoln contest entry deadline approaches

    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 […]

  • Great speeches come to life

    November 14, 2014

    Reminiscent of the popular movie Night at the Museum, great speeches from 20th Century history come to life on Tues. Nov. 18 at the Truman State University’ Ruth W. Towne Museum and Visitors Center. Communication students from COMM 270 will be portraying speakers in an entertaining program scheduled from 7:00-8:00 PM. Approximately 30 students are […]

  • Truman Forensic Union divides and conquers

    By Truman Forensics Students and Staff Truman State University’s Forensic Union (speech and debate team) split the squad the week of November 8 (2014) to attend 2 different tournaments. Students in debate traveled to the Red Bird Invitational at Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois and students in individual events traveled to the Lynn Ross/Alumni […]

  • First place finishes for TSU forensic union

    October 22, 2014

    Two members of TSU Speech and Debate squad finished with first place honors during annual swing tournament hosted by the University of Central Missouri. The late October event was split into two separate tournaments: the Missouri Mule and the Dale Carnegie Invitational. The Missouri Mule, held on Saturday, October 18, proved that the team was […]

  • Strong Showing for TSU Forensic Union

    October 8, 2014

    By Truman Forensics Students and Staff Truman State University’s Forensic Union (speech and debate team) attended its second tournament of the 2014-2015 with strong performances and two qualifications for the National Forensic Association championships in April. Six members of the Truman Forensic Union traveled to Illinois to compete at the annual 74-Swing jointly hosted by Bradley […]

  • Smith presents paper at MBEA

    October 6, 2014

    A critical historical assessment of the formation of Alpha Epsilon Rho (AERho) was presented by Dr. Mark Smith at the fall meeting of the Missouri Broadcast Educators Association in Jefferson City, Mo. The paper chronicles the early years of the broadcast honorary that was founded at Stephens College in Columbia, Mo., in 1941. Dr. Sherman […]

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