Truman J. Hamade

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Truman J. Hamade lives in Texas and was born in 2007.

  • Truman volunteers as a Senate page when the Texas Legislature is in session.
  • He likes to play guitar, listen to music, and play video games.
  • His favorite books are The Indian in the Cupboard series by Lynne Reid Banks. 

“I really like learning new things, meeting new people, and writing about my experiences.”

Truman J. Hamade

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Our Kid Reporter Visits SXSW

Truman J. Hamade

March 19th, 2019

From a “Fab Lab” and a lesson on climate change to the uses of augmented reality, this year’s tech festival showed why science matters.

Remembering a Former President

Truman J. Hamade

January 28th, 2019

Our Kid Reporter visits the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum to learn more about the 41st U.S. President.

On the Campaign Trail With Beto O’Rourke

Truman J. Hamade

October 12th, 2018

A Senate candidate in Texas is trying to become the first Democrat to win a state-wide election since 1994—and help Democrats regain control of the U.S. Senate.

Making Music for Everyone

Truman J. Hamade

September 25th, 2018

Thanks to a dedicated teacher and a high-tech approach, blind and visually impaired students are learning how to play the guitar.

This is just after my interview with Morgan Wilson from thatgamecompany. This company creates games that are focused on creating emotion and compassion.

Adventures in Gaming

Truman J. Hamade

April 30th, 2018

Our Kid Reporter learns about the latest developments in gaming at the annual South by Southwest conference in Austin, Texas.

Truman interviewing Dan Rather

Talking With Dan Rather

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February 7th, 2018

Our Kid Reporter asks the former news anchor about his life in journalism and his take on modern patriotism.

Truman in the cockpit of a plane filled with supplies for hurricane victims in Houston

Airlifting Hope to Houston

Truman J. Hamade

September 18th, 2017

A Kid Reporter tells how one Texas community is helping storm victims.