“Look to your right, look to your left — one of them won’t be here next year.” Universities use this line, often at freshman orientation, to foreshadow the difficulties of higher education that await their incoming students.
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I am standing alone on the small wooden pier of Bozeman Beach. I’m standing on the edge, staring into the water, preparing to drown myself.
Sustainability is more than just being environmentally conscious. Sustainability is the art and science of thinking long term. Actions can be taken by individuals and society there to ensure continuity in a world of shifting variables.
Hyalite Canyon, located just a half hour drive south of our campus, boasts one of the highest concentrations of waterfall ice in the United States, including over 225 climbable pitches of naturally forming ice.
On the other side of the mountains, the University of Montana (UM) is waiting for final approval to begin offering a women’s, gender and sexuality studies (WGSS) major in fall 2015.
If passed, Senate Bill (SB) 143, known as “campus carry”, will allow students and faculty to openly carry weapons on MSU’s campus, as well as other campuses in Montana.
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“I was born in Bozeman and have lived here my entire life,” Sawyer Kesselheim said. He is a nordic skier for the Montana State Ski team, and although he has lived in Bozeman his entire life, he didn’t start skiing until recently.
Cambria McDermott recently traveled to Almaty, Kazakhstan after qualifying for the U23 World Championships. McDermott, a senior studying exercise science while a junior in NCAA nordic skiing eligibility, was one of six U.S.
Though you may not have heard of them, the Montana State University alpine ski team is one of the many successful sports teams on campus.