The temperature has officially taken that permanent plummet, the one that signifies an end to our warm weather for the next several months.
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.
Winter Running by Andrew Waters
Since it is the beginning of a new year, there is an emphasis on resolutions of getting in shape and working out.
The herd of elk materialized out of nowhere. My headlights picked up their faint outlines ahead but my mind was slow to react.
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.
Sparks flew from my ice axe as I attempted to swing into a thicker patch of ice on the climb. To my dismay, swinging the tool harder did not, in fact, make it stick in the ice.