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What's Happening at Truman
Check out all the great things happening around campus and throughout our community.
Theatre Presents “Much Ado About Nothing” Nov. 10-13
Truman’s Theatre Department will perform “Much Ado About Nothing” by William Shakespeare at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10-13 in the James G. Severns Theatre.
New Video Series Answers Campus Questions
Ever wonder why the eternal flame is never on, or what the best on-campus dining option is? University President Sue Thomas answers those questions and more in the first installment of “Tea Time with Sue.”
United Way Kicks Off Fundraising Campaign
Truman is launching a United Way Campaign to help the community and reach this year’s goal of $38,000 by Dec. 1.
Guest Speaker to Discuss Careers in Child Studies
Dr. Michelle Lyttle Storrod will present “Childhood Studies Career Pathways and Potential: Europe and the U.S.” at 6 p.m. Nov. 3 via Zoom.
U&I Accepting Room Reservations for Spring 2022 Semester
Union & Involvement Services will begin taking virtual lottery forms for the spring 2022 semester from 8:30 a.m. Nov. 1 to 3 p.m. Nov. 5.
Alumna Serves as Keynote Speaker for Philosophy and Religion Conference on Nov. 6
The 31st Annual Philosophy and Religion Conference will take place Nov. 6 in a hybrid format. At 1 p.m., alumna Cabell Hankinson Gathman will deliver the keynote address online titled “This is a story about witchcraft: Narrative, social & cultural studies, and the worlds that shape & are shaped by us."
Guest Speaker to Discuss on Equity in Higher Education
International speaker and author Dr. Howard E. Fields III will present a two-part conversation focusing on equity in higher education, Nov. 16.
Forensics Earns Top Honors at Recent Tournament
Students from Truman’s Forensics Union attended the Missouri Mule/Dale Carnegie swing tournaments, Oct. 15-17, and earned qualifications in multiple events.
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