March Madness Bracket Tournament

  Each March, the population of America is fixated on one thing- basketball. Through the TV, ESPN app notifications, or even watching the game live, this final tournament that teams endure, in a way, become our own battle as well. We’re talking about brackets. This year, the Truman […]

Truman vs. Raytown Broadcast

Our first livestream sporting event. There were some technical difficulties and hiccups, and the announcer doesn’t really kick in well until the 41-minute mark. However, it was a tight game that saw Truman fall just short. You can see all of the action from that second half and […]

Running Through Life

By: HUNTER DONELSON I started running cross country in my eighth-grade year. I wasn’t very great to start out, but most people I spoke to said I looked like I was born with the natural ability to run. It took some time, but after a few weeks of […]

Strict Vs Laid Back Teachers

By: REGAN HENNING Students are our future. Without them and their brains, we won’t be able to succeed as an economy. To get their minds ready for the future, they rely mainly on teachers and the education to guide them. If teachers don’t do their job correctly, we’re […]

NFL Mock Draft

BY HUNTER DONELSON 2018 NFL Mock Draft (No Trades) Cleveland Browns: Josh Allen (QB, Wyoming) Ultimately it’s going to come down to Josh Allen or Sam Darnold for the Browns. But, Allen would be a great fit for speedy receivers Jarvis Landry and Josh Gordon with his great arm […]

March For Our Lives

BY CRAIG STEWART Hundreds of thousands of people lined the streets around Penn Quarter, in D.C, participating in “March for Our Lives”, as they protested against shootings and gun violence in schools and demanded for stronger gun control laws. Many people held signs that read things like, “protect our […]