A River Runs Red
In early September, Soda Butte Creek turned a shade of red that one couple referred to as “a stream of merlot.” Others noticed the change as well.
Fork in the Road
Are you looking for a tasty bite to eat? Do you detest the lengthy walk from the west side of campus to the SUB?
When people talk about Bobcat Athletics, they usually have in mind the varsity sports such as football, volleyball or the ski team.
The end of every August hearkens the arrival of thousands of students to the Gallatin Valley. The side effects are well known: more crowds, more traffic, fewer parking spots.
Following the announcement of ASMSU President Gwynn Simeniuk’s resignation, current vice-president Levi Birky will fill the office of president as of Oct.
ASMSU President Gwynn Simeniuk made a statement that she would resign from office effective Oct. 1 in a letter addressed to the students of MSU.
The collected works and writings of late author and Montana-born Ivan Doig have found a permanent home at MSU. Displaying MSU’s dedication to expanding its commitment to the humanities, MSU faculty hope that the collection will enhance educational and research opportunities for students and scholars.
Every day 20,000 new apps are submitted to the Android and iTunes stores. Come 2017, it is projected that the app industry will be worth 77 billion dollars, with 238 billion downloads.
by Brook Gardner-Durbin
Music on Main will kick off its 15th year on June 25, when the Bozeman-born group. The Clintons will play an hour-and-a-half set from a stage at the heart of downtown.
How many names come to mind when deciding what to call your teachers? Professor? Lecturer? Mr. or Mrs.? Some even insist on being called the “instructor,” or simply by their first name.
Steeped in over 120 years of rich history, MSU has transformed dramatically through the years to create the leading research university that exists today.
Just under two weeks ago, hundreds of students across Montana gathered for rallies at Montana State, the University of Montana and Montana Tech in an attempt to influence lawmakers in Helena to adopt a tuition freeze.