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1,257 cases and 37 deaths. That’s the most recent count for those affected by COVID-19 in the US, according to the New York Times. Originating in Wuhan, China in late 2019, coronavirus has now spread to 102 countries and 42 US states, raising alarm around the world. 

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As many know, in March of 2019, MSU lost over 60,000 square feet of recreation space when pieces of the roof over the Marga Hosaeus Fitness Center collapsed due to snow accumulation. This sparked a motion to renovate what is left of the gym as well as revamp University Health Partners in a c…

For hockey fans, 2021 is about to get even more exciting. Back in December, the National Hockey League approved a 56-game schedule, rather than the typical 82-game schedule…

Bobcat basketball has returned after a year that has seen sports seasons canceled or postponed at both collegiate and professional levels around the globe. The start of the…

MSU alum Alex Singleton made his first career start as a linebacker for the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Nov. 1, against the Dallas Cowboys. Singleton finished the game w…

When thinking of the Christmas season, thoughts of shopping downtown for my family, catching up with friends over coffee and surrounding myself with the people Read more

A new semester has arrived, and students have finally made it back to campus. Students have never experienced a winter break quite like this, and the transition back to school will present ind… Read more

Being an MSU Resident Advisor (RA) has never been a piece of cake, but a school year such as this one was the icing on top. With restrictions on how events can be run and strict rules in place… Read more

Bozeman has changed significantly over the last 10 years. You might even say the differences in Bozeman from 2010 to 2020 are shocking. Once, it was a small ski town with a strong sense of com… Read more

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With COVID-19 cases surging across the country and cold temperatures pushing people indoors, finding new ways to get outside and away from the crowded gym is more important than ever. 

The first snowfall of the season has already brought skiers and snowboarders back to the slopes of Bridger Bowl. The shallow snowpack makes it easy enough to simply hike up, right below the chairlift, without skins or snowshoes. However, in the midst of early season excitement, many often fo…

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The cold, white winters of Bozeman can turn morning walks to class into a terrifying tango of numb toes and soggy socks. Many might already think they have a boot ready to handle breaking trail to campus, but Doc Martens and Converse high tops might not be the best choice when the inevitable…

November is here and, depending on the weather, snow may be too. As the cold creeps in, many choose to participate in indoor activities that keep them warm. For some, the opposite is true. What are outdoor activities in Bozeman besides skiing and snowboarding? Is there anything that is kid-f…

Storm Castle Peak stands at 1,912 feet with a trail that clocks in at 4.7 miles out and back. The trailhead, located in the middle of bear country, can be found just past Gallatin Gateway, roughly 40 minutes from Bozeman. When arriving at the trailhead, parking is limited and may be located …

Though the fall season this year in Bozeman has been particularly great for climbers with cool temperatures and low humidity, winter is right around the corner, coating local areas in snow and ice and pushing crowds back into climbing gyms.

Wilderness, at its core, is a mystery. The full scope of living systems on Earth escapes human perception, and the complexity of its global ecosystems is still our greatest enigma. Yet, throughout history, we have learned to wield the services of the natural world to our advantage, helping t…

As fall temperatures drop and layers of clothes pile on, the promise of winter looms over the skiing community of Bozeman. Luckily, this year’s early predictions  hold some hope for the coming winter season across Montana.

To most students on campus, Patrik Callis is just another professor, but in the local climbing community he’s an looming figure. Callis began teaching chemistry at MSU in 1968. He moved to Bozeman shortly after earning a Ph.D. from the University of Washington and quickly made his mark on th…

For many of our nation's most heroic military personnel, returning to civilian life is an incredible challenge. After going through the toughest of experiences, feeling at peace in a world so different from that of combat is an immensely difficult obstacle to overcome. The Warriors and Quiet…

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