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Missouri's Highly Selective Public Liberal Arts and Sciences University
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An Internship + Study Abroad + Service Learning adventure of a lifetime. Any major, no Chinese needed! Apply by May 1 http://ow.ly/LoQbJ
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Pres Paino spoke on KBIA's Thinking Out Loud on Truman's uniqueness & how we equip students for tomorrow's workforce http://ow.ly/L6mad
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Make sure to check out the Murder Mystery going on tonight. Happening in the SUB Activities Room at 6:30.

For more information regarding the events this week for #Spike100 and #TrumanSpirit, check out the information in the Truman Today.
http://ow.ly/L3hbK #TrumanToday
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Author Enlists Former Professor’s Help

In addition to her career as a registered nurse in Spokane, Wash., Annette Drake is mother to four children, the youngest of which is in second grade, making her and her husband the oldest parents in the class. Annette wakes up at 5 a.m. in order to log some writing time before her commitments for the rest of the day start to pull her in a dozen different directions.
#TrumanTuesday #TrumanReview #ClassNotes
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Truman Battle of the Bands raises funds for new playground

Truman State University students involved in Greek life put on a “Battle of the Bands” event as part of Greek Week on campus.

Members of Greek Life also cooked up treats for hungry concert goers to enjoy at the show as part of a cooking competition. The group hoped to raise over $18,000 and Truman Greek Life Philanthropy Coordinator Kevin Mckenna said they have already exceeded that goal.

News : HeartlandConnection.com http://ow.ly/KZlt2
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Who's "Dorking Out with Taylor and Kanye"?

Nerd pop and the performance of stigma

Taking place in the Del and Norma Robison Planetarium and Multimedia Theater. Tuesday, March 31st - 7 PM

#TrumanToday Announcements http://ow.ly/KKBRu
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Truman Forensics Has Novice National Champions

The team’s newest competitors experienced success in this tournament for first-year debaters, with several of the freshman forensic team members winning national titles. These include Kelsey Barnes, who won the Lincoln-Douglas debate competition and Brian Kantanka, who won the dramatic interpretation championship. Other prominent individual awards include Collin O’Connell, who was named the fourth-best speaker of the weekend, and Connor Stewart, who placed fourth in extemporaneous speaking.

Truman Forensics will be competing at the National Forensic Association’s national tournament in Athens, Ohio, this April.

#Truman Today Features http://ow.ly/KKBcg
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Greek Life to Host Battle of the Bands

Battle of the Bands, one of the major events of this year’s Greek Week, will take place at 6 p.m. March 27 in Red Barn Park. General admission for the event will be $2. For $5, food from the All-American Cook-off will be included. Tickets can be bought at the Greek Week publicity table in the Student Union Building March 23-27 or at the entrance to the event.

#TrumanToday Features http://ow.ly/KKAzZ
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“Traded Away” Next in Global Issues Series

Dr. Rose Spalding will present “Traded Away: Market Reform and Resistance in Central America” at 7 p.m. March 26 in Magruder 2001 as part of the Global Issues Colloquium.

Spalding will speak about her latest work in which she has compiled her research of political and economic movements in Latin America.

#TrumanToday Features http://ow.ly/KKAnf
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