BY MOMAN KHAN The idea of this Nintendo is very different from traditional Nintendo consoles. Some features that show the difference between the two consoles are the 6.2 inches capacity of 720p touch screen which is a big step up from the Wii U. More exact specs and other […]
BY MACKENZIE WYATT Truman’s Courtwarming is kicking off this weekend, Jan. 28, and students are very excited. The t-shirts this year are grey with stars on the back with the candidates names on it. Courtwarming Queen candidates this year are Haven Atagi, Savannah Hawley, Tyler Larson, Anna Richey, Keirsten […]
BY WALTER CANADY III Jan. 20, 2017 marked Donald Trump the new President of the United States. And one of the big sticking points within his early tenure office relates to his frosty relationship with the press. I can say definitely that my generation has never seen a situation […]
This week’s Patriot Vision includes a preview of the Academy Jamboree, an update on Relay For Life, an in depth look at the wrestling team, and a little preparation for the Courtwarming Dance.
BY MACKENZIE WYATT Kierra Collier, senior point guard, was a strong component to the varsity team, who will now have to learn to adjust without the infamous number 23. Truman is adjusting to not having her on the team anymore. Although this may be different for a few games, […]
BY CRAIG SMITH The Kansas City Chiefs season came to an end this past Sunday night, Jan. 20, against the Pittsburgh Steelers by the final score of 18-16. For the second consecutive season, the Chiefs season finished in the divisional round with both games ending by a one score […]
BY WALTER CANADY III This week America said farewell to the first African American president in United States history. Reflecting back on the election and reelection of President Barack Obama, it held some type of growth and aspiration for not only other African Americans, but the rest […]