Whenever I find myself in yet another icebreaker situation — once again detailing my name, major and hometown to a group of strangers — the question, “what is your greatest accomplishment?” will float around the circle.
I started at the Exponent during my junior year, working as a photographer. Looking back now, I wish I had done it sooner.
My employment at the Exponent has spanned multiple roles over the last two years. Sadly, this is my last edition. I started as a graphic designer, but my current role as lead layout designer has been the most rewarding.
The first thing I ever did on MSU’s campus was apply to the Exponent — I applied before classes had even begun.
To our readers: I am so very proud to be writing you as the opinion editor for the Exponent. This article marks the final time I will address you.
Around two years ago I made an extremely fateful decision in my life: I changed my major from mechanical engineering to business management.
Currently, Montana State University is operating at a healthy profit, making about $10 million per year with increasing enrollment meaning greater revenue.
Congratulations to MSU’s fall graduates and to those set to graduate this spring. Academic degrees are unarguably difficult to obtain. After all, less than a third of U.S.
When I came to MSU, I enrolled in music technology. I soon realized that wasn’t for me, however, and took a year off.
MSU will receive 4.5 million dollars in funding for successfully improving student performance in the last fiscal year. Part of the Montana University System’s general 15 million dollar fund appropriation from the Montana Legislature, these funds are used as a strategy to increase the number of degrees earned on Montana campuses.
I know what you’re thinking, “No! Not another cheesy self-indulgent farewell article! Quick, where is the Sudoku? Where are the police reports?