"This is the first pandemic caused by a coronavirus," WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a briefing in Geneva. It's…

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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…

Though they have not been entirely shut down like our MSU athletics department, MSU Intramural Sports has taken a heavy hit on their typical annual offerings. Intramurals m…

On Monday, Aug. 24, Tom Duffy, a former MSU basketball player and Bozeman helicopter pilot, tragically passed in a helicopter crash while helping fight a wildfire engulfing…

On Monday, Aug. 24, Tom Duffy, a former MSU basketball player and Bozeman helicopter pilot, tragically passed in a helicopter crash while helping fight a wildfire engulfing…

One of the most anticipated movies of the year has finally made its long-awaited debut. After delays due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the live-action version of a Disney classic, "Mulan",… Read more

McDonald’s has announced a partnership with rapper Travis Scott, creating a limited-time meal called “The Cactus Jack”. The meal features a Sprite ®️, french fries with BBQ dipping sauce, and … Read more

McDonald’s has announced a partnership with rapper Travis Scott, creating a limited-time meal called “The Cactus Jack”. The meal features a Sprite ®️, french fries with BBQ dipping sauce, and … Read more

There are plenty of ways to get involved at MSU, including joining a campus ministry like InterVarsity. This is a great way to create a network of friends and become a part of a campus communi… Read more

The other day I was walking to campus along College Street and decided to cut through Wally Byam park. Along the sidewalk, MSU has planted a variety of different flowers, including petunias and pansies. As I walked past the short stretch of garden, the soft, sweet smell of these flowers waft…

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When folks think of the MSU-Bozeman experience, images of hiking, camping and other forms of recreating outdoors with friends are sure to come to mind. This year though, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, one may be confused about how to safely enjoy our beautiful home with friends and f…

Bozeman is described by many as a dog lovers paradise. With plenty of pet stores, parks and trails, this town has embraced the dog community wholeheartedly (besides stubborn landlords). With so many options, figuring out what to do with your fur baby may be a more daunting choice than you wo…

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Welcome back to Bozeman, new and returning Bobcats! Chances are, if you chose Bozeman as your college home, you probably enjoy spending time outdoors. All returning MSU students know that you have to soak up the Bozeman summer-sun before the snow comes. Luckily, Bozeman has endless outdoor e…

Welcome back to Bozeman, new and returning Bobcats! Chances are, if you chose Bozeman as your college home, you probably enjoy spending time outdoors. All returning MSU students know that you have to soak up the Bozeman summer-sun before the snow comes. Luckily, Bozeman has endless outdoor e…

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On a recent walk with my puppy through the sleepy MSU campus, we stumbled across an American icon, the Merriam’s Turkey. A favorite target for Montana hunters in the spring, turkeys offer an abundant resource for the public to chase for quite a fair price. Along with black bears, these class…

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In the West, most fishing is done between April and November. For most of us, this means the rest of the year is reserved for drinking beer and enjoying the great indoors. But before cracking that first cold one, consider replacing that icy beer with icy fish, as hardwater shouldn’t be overlooked. 

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As students of Montana’s land grant university, we’re awfully fortunate to have so many recreational opportunities in close proximity to our campus. During the winter months, MSU students enjoy the area’s iconic landscapes by skiing, snowmobiling, and ice climbing, just to name a few. Even t…

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For a student going to school at Montana’s land grant university, the two weeks following Thanksgiving were some of the most stressful of the fall semester. The misleadingly dubbed “dead” week and the following week of final exams can become overwhelming for students taking a full course loa…

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