As the school board prepares their decision on the four-day work week. The Tuned In to Truman crew caught up with Truman students and teachers to discuss their thoughts on the matter.
BY THOMAS WOOD From 1989 to 1999, Disney had what many would call a renaissance. After disappointing movies released years prior, Disney made a significant comeback and produced a decade of classic family films. One film released during this time was The Lion King. Many still claim it’s […]
BY BAY COLT The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller is a lyrical, fast-paced, and illuminatingly queer retelling of Homer’s famous Ancient Greek epic, The Iliad. The book examines and expounds upon the relationship between Homer’s two main characters from the eyes of Patroclus, legendary warrior Achilles’ best […]
This week on Club Highlights we take a closer look at Mission 3301 and what they’re about.
BY SYDNEY SNELSON In the past decade society has moved away from cash and turned to digital forms of payment, including debit/credit cards and apps like Venmo and PayPal. However, in recent years a new form of currency has popped up and taken the internet by storm: cryptocurrency. […]
BY THOMAS WOOD In late 1984, Gremlins hit the big screen to significant box office success. It garnered many fans and established its place as a classic film. Just six years later, the minds behind this movie created a sequel, dubbed “Gremlins 2: The New Batch”. Does this […]
In this week’s today show the crew takes a look at the 4-day work week. They talk with administrators, teachers, and students to check the pulse of the school and see how everyone is feeling in regards to this possiblity.
The TSN crew is back with a look at the end of the seasons for football, volleyball, and boys’ soccer.
BY THOMAS WOOD In 1984, Warner Brothers decided to try their hand at producing a comedy-horror flick. Combining gory scenes with humor, Gremlins quickly became a household classic. However, with new innovative movies at its doorstep, did it stand the test of time and become an all-time classic? […]
BY ADAM PRESTON The Independence City Council recently reallocated two million dollars in ARPA funds that were given to them for Covid relief. The Marshall Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to the reporting of the criminal justice system, released an article last week detailing the decision made by […]