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.
There are few states whose residents exhibit such an exceedingly powerful sense of pride as those of Montana; and for good reason.
It’s no secret that students of MSU are predominantly here for Bozeman’s unparalleled access to the outdoors. This illustrates the importance of the role of the Secretary of the Interior to MSU.
Early season snowfall seems so harmless at first. Cold and sparkling white, it ignites the energy and imagination of skiers who have patiently waited through the summer months for a chance to slide on snow once more.
Thoughts from Abroad is a periodic column written by an Exponent staff member studying abroad. The column serves to illustrate differences in culture, issues and perspectives observed by the way-faring student.
“Montanan writer” is a phrase so steeped in stereotypes that it’s sometimes difficult to accept there are people who don’t conform.
It is a big election year. Every day brings news about Bernie Sanders riding coach, Donald Trump’s commentary on his hand size, Ted Cruz’s migrating booger and the feminism of voting for Hillary Clinton.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock visited MSU last Thursday, Oct. 8 to give a talk primarily to students in the university honors and political science departments in the Procrastinator Theatre.
The newest member of the paleo-cast at the Museum of the Rockies.PHOTO BY BRANDON KOWALSKI
“Yoshi’s Trike,” a newly excavated Triceratops, is now on display at the Museum of the Rockies (MOR).
Supporters of marriage equality converged on Bozeman this past June to celebrate the Montana Pride festival. More than any other feeling, a tangible sense of acceptance and support overwhelmed participants as the city came together in a big way.
Granite Peak. Photo by Brent Zundel.
Unsettled rain clouds swirled around the Gallatin Valley and the Absarokas south of Livingston belched smoke into the surrounding air as Chris, Brian and I fled Bozeman last Friday evening.