BY WALTER CANADY III For those of you who may not remember, Colin Kaepernick began a protest in response to the injustices occurring in the black and brown communities by making the decision to not stand during the national anthem. His explanation behind the protest was,”I am not going […]
BY CRAIG STEWART NFL players began a protest against police brutality and racial inequality. Trump’s response? Fan boycott. And within the past week, the media has been all over the issue of President Trump calling out NFL players using profanity in some cases. For many teams, players would lock […]
BY MEGEN HIPPENSTEEL Kaili Miller and Syrell Thorpe were both nominated by the band to be on 2017 Homecoming Court. It just so happened that they were the only ones on court that were not nominated by Student Council. Kaili Miller was crowned homecoming queen last Friday. In case […]
BY MEGEN HIPPENSTEEL Homecoming is this weekend starting with the football game tonight, the parade Saturday morning, and the dance Saturday night. We interviewed several homecoming candidates to see what they responded to 4 different questions. Homecoming is a nicely looked upon time of the year as Logan Boone […]
This week’s Patriot Vision looks ahead to Homecoming, looks back at Dig for a Difference, talks about senior night for the football team, and discusses a broken record in cross country.
BY MEGEN HIPPENSTEEL Truman junior, Dakota Lepker, will soon be an Eagle Scout. This kind of achievement doesn’t go unnoticed. Lepker is already beginning to see changes around him. One of these changes is that Lepker senses a more respectful attitude coming from many of his elders and peers […]
This week’s Patriot Vision looks at a record-setter in softball, football’s first win, the soccer team’s fast start, information on homecoming, the upcoming school play, and a Truman student earns Eagle Scout honors.
BY CRAIG STEWART Truman soccer just passed the mid-way point of the regular season this week, and Tovar’s boys are showing signs of dominance. Head Coach Manny Tovar has the team looking primed for a successful stretch run. Truman is turning formerly competitive games into complete blow-outs. They smashed […]
The third day of school was a first for almost everyone at Truman high school. It was Monday, August 25, the day of the total solar eclipse, the first one in Missouri since 1869. As students entered their sixth hour classes, they were handed a set of what […]
BY WALTER CANADY III Passing time will never be the same, starting in September. If you haven’t noticed, the hallways have been ‘clogged up’ due to the amazing improvements happening to the south side of the building, and the administrational staff have made it a duty to make sure […]