Sitting in a recently renovated office in the SUB, newly inaugurated ASMSU President Garrett Leach adjusts to his new space. He opens quickly, “Geneva and I ran on a platform of ‘students first.’ No matter what we do, that is going to be at the front of our minds.” Leach and his running mate, Geneva Zoltek, took office with nearly twice as many votes as their opponents during the general election.
Imagine walking into a room full of female students 60 years ago and asking them what they wanted to be when they grew up: most would reply with choices like teacher, social worker, secretary or stay-at-home mother.
Montana has the highest number of suicides per capita in the U.S., with approximately 24 out of every 100,000 residents committing suicide, nearly twice the national average.
Crack-climbing Devils Tower
It is called “El Matador” and is a five-pitch route, with the most difficult pitch rated at 5.10d.
ROTC is perhaps one of the most misunderstood groups on campus, many students do not even know what ROTC stands for: Reserve Officers’ Training Corps.
MSU sets new records for the number of students visiting Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) each year. The rate of students receiving treatment from counseling centers at American universities has increased five times faster than university enrollment rates during the past five years, and MSU is experiencing similar trends.
The U.S. Bill of Rights outlines a list of basic rights that all citizens have. Here are the most basic of American rights, such as the right to free speech, the right to bear arms and the protection against unwarranted search, among others.
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.