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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…

Since timbersports were invented in 1985, they’ve remained relatively unheard of around the country. However, at MSU, a club timbersports team competes against other school…

The approach of summer means it’s nearing the time for the 2020 Summer Olympics. Yes, you read that right. After the unexpected rise of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Summ…

As this spring sports season enters the home stretch, the Bobcat women’s golf team, commonly called Cat Golf, is in full swing. Montana State was represented by golfers Kam…

On Tuesday, April 13, The Burton K. Wheeler Center for Public Policy presented “The Future of Hyalite.” The Zoom meeting began with an introduction by professor Eric Austin, Ph.D., followed by… Read more

Life is about the journey and, for MSU student Claire Lewinski, what a journey it’s been. Diagnosed with a brain injury after a series of traumatic concussions, Lewinski decided the best way t… Read more

It all started at last week’s Exponent meeting. The burnout in the room was so apparent you could almost smell the smoke. Somewhere around page six of our review of the previous Exponent editi… Read more

Just 16 miles down the road and offering some of the most challenging and dangerous in-bounds skiing in the Lower 48 sits one of the most historic and fabled ski resorts in the U.S. — Bridger Bowl. Over the course of 70 years, it has grown and dug roots deep within the community, serving as …

Gorgeous views, a flowing creek and a lightly trafficked hiking trail are a dream come true for many hikers, including myself. Bear Canyon trail has all three of these magnificent things. Bear Canyon is roughly an 8.1-mile out-and-back-hike if you take the turnaround before hiking toward the…

With warm and sunny days early this spring, April looks like it might bring the warmer weather to Bozeman earlier than expected. Many people may be eager to get out and enjoy the weather before Bozeman pulls a late April fool’s and does a complete 180, bringing a cold front to the valley and…

As lifts stop turning around the state and spring corn gives way to slush and sod, the typical off-season question comes back to the fore: “what now?” An overwhelming number of possibilities sit in front of anyone in the market for some fresh and socially distant air. The high peaks still ho…

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Waking up with a 6 a.m. alarm, grabbing a rod and waders, packing up the car and preparing for a long day in the sun is a typical Saturday for many in the Bozeman area. It’s officially spring, and that means the fishing season has begun. For some, fishing isn’t a favorite hobby, but they are…

In February, local skier and MSU alum Chris Kussmaul released the first edition of his guidebook, “Peaks and Couloirs of Southwest Montana”. The book features about 200 ski descents with in-depth descriptions and maps across the Absaroka, Bridger, Gallatin, Madison and Tobacco Roots mountain…

The vernal equinox occurred on Saturday, March 20, signifying the beginning of spring. With the onset of this new season, we can expect warmer temperatures, longer days and more opportunities to get outside and enjoy the outdoors. Some of those recreational opportunities may have to be put o…

With clear skies, a bright sun and a week's worth of high 40’s weather in the forecast, this past February’s tortuous temperatures already seem like a distant memory. Though the hills still hold their winter coats of white, those eager to ditch the skis, picks and snowshoes for chalk bags an…

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