Pete Lee, a famous comedian who has been featured on Comedy Central and NBC’s Last Comic Standing performed at the SUB Tuesday night to a full crowd of students.
By Caleb Rux
Bobcat and Grizzly fans alike gathered at Bobcat Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 18 to watch the state’s biggest game of the year, The Brawl of the Wild.
Though it may not be widely known, there is an election coming up next week on matters of local politics for many people across the nation, including those in Bozeman.
The rain and snow were a welcome relief to firefighters and Montana residents, but the state is not out of danger yet.
With a growing population, Bozeman can start to take some steps to ensure longterm success so that the city remains environmentally friendly through sustainable living.
Children participate in the Bobcat Sumer Youth Camp. Photo Courtesy of the Outdoor Rec Center.
Getting Bobcats outdoors since 1975, MSU’s Outdoor Recreation Center (ORC) is your destination for outdoor fun.
Rockin’ the M is an annual event in which students of all ages and majors are welcome to hike and help repaint the giant M overlooking the city of Bozeman.
“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.