“All nine blocks of 8th Avenue were people, solid people on the sidewalk,” Adrian Massey, organizer of the March for Science Bozeman, described the scene on Saturday, April 22.
One of Bozeman’s biggest priorities going forward is how to handle the housing expansion it needs to have, given the city is not currently serving its inhabitants to the best extent.
“Welcome friends,” David Shields said, addressing a room of about 25. It was 7 p.m. at a meeting of the Bozeman Poetry Collective.
I came to MSU under the impression that Bozeman was a ski town. Naturally, I was expecting one characteristic of this city to stand out more than anything else: it was supposed to be white.
Parking on campus has been an issue at MSU as the student population grows. The MSU Transportation Master Plan, showcased in the SUB on March 9, offered potential suggestions to help alleviate parking stresses.
Each year, a perpetual question floats around MSU leading up to the mid-semester vacation: “What are you doing for Spring Break?” For many students, the ski slopes of Canada or the sandstone climbing walls of Moab are calling their name.
As part of the Extreme History Project lecture series, Crystal Alegria, M.A., spoke in front of a full Hager auditorium on Feb.
Bozeman Mayor Carson Taylor took time Thursday, Feb. 9 to issue a series of equivocating statements about proposals to designate Bozeman as a sanctuary city.
There are few states whose residents exhibit such an exceedingly powerful sense of pride as those of Montana; and for good reason.
Montana, thanks to the enormous supervolcano along its southern border, contains many opportunites for hot-potting, and the Bozeman area has more than its fair share.
With the end of the semester quickly approaching, and winter break just around the corner, it is time to take a look at our favorite venues in Bozeman this year.
A major construction project to upgrade Kagy Boulevard, originally scheduled to be completed in 2017 or 2018, has been delayed for four to five years.