While there are many exceptional degree programs at MSU, the school is a product of a departmental, siloed educational tradition. If you intend to be a chemical engineer, a wildlife biologist, a sculptor, there is a track in place for you.
A Mission Borne of Necessity
At the beginning of Abraham Lincoln’s second term as President of the United States, the nation was jaggedly torn in two.
The quote “Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also” can either be attributed to the Harry Potter series or the Bible.
School can often feel like a treadmill: get up, drink coffee, write stuff down for yourself for a couple hours, write stuff down for your professor for a few hours, read a book or exercise, eat something, sleep and repeat.
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.