Month: April 2017

Girls’ Soccer Update

BY TAYLOR SIMMS The Truman Girls Soccer team has competed in four games recently. They didn’t win every single game but each girl played fairly well. While the varsity team was at Pembroke Hill tournament, the JV team competed against their JV and beat them 1-0. This was […]

4-21 Patriot Vision

This week’s Patriot Vision discusses Mock Trial’s success, next week’s play, and an update on our sports teams. If you’d like to help out the Mock Trial team here is where you can donate:

Relay for Life

BY MACKENZIE WYATT Truman high school students, staff, and community recently participated in Relay for Life. This is an event where students form teams, and in order to participate each member on the team must raise 100$ worth of donations. Groups get together to do and sell different things […]

Are Tablets Dying?

BY MOMAN KHAN Tablets were originally created to fill the void between the smartphone and the laptop. As of now, it is impossible to tell if filling that void was even necessary; but now the industry has something that’s a little more personal than a laptop but also a […]

Is the US in a World of Trouble?

BY WALTER CANADY III As of last week on Thursday April 6th, President Donald Trump ordered the launch of 59 tomahawk missiles on a Syrian airfield. This is the same airfield where Bashar al-Asaad’s regime let off chemical weapons on their own country that killed many innocent women and […]

The Fight for Transgender Rights

BY WALTER CANADY III Transgender protection across America has been a big deal within the last five years. The most recent controversy swirling about the media involves transgender kids choosing of their bathroom in public schools. The Trump administration has rescinded or revoked that protection for transgenders in public […]