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Meet Trinajoy Karanja

A Junior Health Science Pre-Mae. She is the Fundraising chair and Co-secretary of ASA (African Student Association), She is a Student Advisor in West Campus. After Graduating from Truman State University she wants to teach in Elementary but eventually teaches K-12 and possibly teach College Students She loves spending time with family and friends.

SEE Scholar Vanhessa Xayaphet blogs about her experience abroad in France

Vive la SEE - Castles and Cathedrals

Hello everyone, my name is Vanhessa Xayaphet and I am a SEE Scholar studying abroad in France this semester! So I am staying in Angers, France (pronounced On-shz-ay) it’s in western France in the Pays de la Loire Valley. I attend l’Université Catholique de l’Ouest, participating in a international student program called CIDEF. I just take French learning courses, in …
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Missouri Statewide Pre-Law Diversity Conference

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The University of Missouri Black Pre-Law Students Association is inviting you to the inaugural Missouri Statewide Pre-Law Diversity Conference & Law Fair. The conference, designed for diverse aspiring lawyers, aims to connect prospective students with law school admission representatives and provide advice about the law school application process.

The conference is free and offers diverse keynote speakers, panel discussions, and law school readiness workshops. The aim is to inspire undergraduate students, graduate professionals, and high school seniors and will provide resources to assist in preparing for law school.

Student Activities Board

SAB Slam Poet

March 5th, 2019,
SUB Hub, 6:30 to 8:00
With a workshop afterward

The Student Activities Board is thrilled to be hosting William Nu'utupu Giles on March 5th, 2019, for our annual Slam Poet event!! William is an afakasi Samoan poet and educator from Honolulu, Hawai'i that has been featured by HBO, NBC, and Button Poetry. The evening will begin at 6:30 with performances by TruPoets, and then William will take the stage from 7:00 to 8:00. A workshop led by William will also be offered to students after the event exploring topics of the writing process, discovering inspiration, and finding a voice as a writer. This event will be free to students and the performances will be held in the SUB Hub-- and there will be refreshments provided!!

Visit: twitter, snapchat, and Instagram @trumansab

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Nominations for the Leadership Recognition Program

Note: Open till March 20 at 5 PM
Leadership Recognition Program is designed to honor Truman students, advisers, and organizations for their dedication to their peers, campus, and Kirksville community through various leadership roles during the academic year. For this program to be successful, we need the support of students, faculty, and staff in the nomination process. If you know of an exceptional student leader, advisor, organization, or event, please take the time to read through the packet and complete a nomination form.
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The Association of Black Collegians

Annual Fashion Show: Unapologetic

On April 6th, 2019, ABC will be hosting its annual fashion show. The theme this year is 'Unapologetic" as we celebrate individual creativity and value. ABC is looking for individuals of all shapes, sizes, and colors to design collections and walk the runway. We want any and everyone interested to sign up to be part of the fashion show. No experience needed, gender unimportant. There is a google form that interested individuals can fill out to give us some insight into who they are and why we should pick them to be a part of the show.

If you are interested, email Kayli Miller or Dametrius Wesley

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PHRE 361 Gender & Religion in America will be devoted exclusively to LGBTQ issues related to religion

The initialism LGBTQ stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer individuals, ideas, practices, and groups in American society. These identities present some of the most interesting, and socially relevant, challenges to religious institutions and beliefs today. This course will be devoted to investigating questions, dilemmas, arguments, and conflicts that arise when thinking about religion and LGBTQ issues. This course is discussion-based. Reading assignments will reflect many voices: lesbian, gay, transgender, bisexual, queer, and opponents to any and all the preceding. We will read and hear the voices of people with first-hand knowledge of these issues, as well as those of scholars, activists, religious leaders, and others. You do not have to be a PHRE major or minor to take this course. I welcome persons of all sexual and gender orientations. You simply need to be willing to critically consider all positions in these debates. Grades will be determined by pop quizzes, essay-style tests, a term paper, and class participation.

Contact Dr. Ashcraft with any questions
Association of Black Collegians
Every other Thursday
8:00 PM in BH 112
National Association of Black Accountants
Every Tuesday
7:00 PM in BH 241
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First Gen United
1st/3rd Wed of the month
7:00 PM in Centennial Conf Rm
Every Thursday
8:00 pm in VH 1148
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Minority Ambassadors Program
Every other Thursday
7:00 PM in BH 112
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International Club

Every Tuesday
7:00 PM in BH 304
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Hispanic American Leadership Organization
Every Thursday
6:00 pm in BH 201
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Muslim Student Association
Every Tuesday
4:30 PM in BH 113
African Students Association
Every Thursday
7:00 PM in BH 301
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