MSU Bookstore launches new initiatives

September 15, 2016 by . News

A trip to the university bookstore can be an expensive yet inevitable start to each semester. “Part of our challenge back here in textbooks is that no one really wants to spend five or six or 700 dollars on their textbooks … We’re not the most popular guys on the block back here,” explained David Knickerbocker, textbook department manager at the MSU Bookstore.

30 students begin WWAMI program at MSU

September 8, 2016 by . News

Aspiring doctors from Montana are eligible to participate in the WWAMI medical education program, where residents of Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana and Idaho can attend medical school at the University of Washington while paying in-state tuition.

48th annual KGLT fund drive wraps up

April 6, 2016 by . News

KGLT aims to raise $191,900 by April 9 in its 48th annual fund drive, which began on March 27. A number based on KGLT’s radio frequency, the goal is an increase from last year’s fund drive total of $180,000.