The sudden, drastic weather change can affect more than icy roads, cold walks across campus and the need for multiple layers in our everyday lives.
Every seven years, MSU must write a self-evaluation report for accreditors to review the ins and outs of campus. This is a time for MSU to examine itself and determine whether it is meeting its strategic goals.
With students from around the country and across the world, dorm living can often be a chaotic experience at MSU.
With over 250 student organizations and clubs across a wide variety of interests, the Exponent staff has chosen a few to highlight.
With the influx of students onto campus every August, there is also an influx of hammocks. Why hammocking is so popular perplexes me; regardless it is of common occurrence.
After the snow melted, grass around campus was exposed, revealing a disturbing amount of trash to students and faculty members alike who prefer to have lawns free of the plastic and paper eyesores.
Featuring 550 parking spaces, the first parking garage on campus is now open to students, faculty and visitors of Montana State.
With the expressed goal to “listen first and learn from what members of our community have to share,” as according to the town hall description, the Town Hall for Campus Unity was held on Monday, Dec.
Art is often a social catalyst. Dictators have long known this — nearly every regime of recent memory has begun by repressing artists.
Soon students in cap and gown, with tassel and cord, will flock to the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse to receive their diplomas and shake hands with President Waded Cruzado.
Pets are often regarded as members of the family; however, recent trends in tethering pets on campus have demonstrated that they are not often treated as such.