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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 traditional sports have been cancelled for the spring semester, there is still one event that’s allowed the Cats’ to maintain their command of the in-state pecking o…

The entire sports world came to a dramatic halt on the heels of the worldwide pandemic. MSU is not excluded from this, so it’s up to everyone involved with athletics to pla…

It is theoretically possible to travel into the past by utilizing wormholes—bridges that connect disparate points in space-time. Although Einstein’s mathematics can be applied to suggest that … Read more

The growing influence of the COVID-19 pandemic has altered Bozeman on many levels and transformed the day-to-day routine of students and residents. Shelter-in-place guidelines implemented acro… Read more

Are you tired of repeatedly dying your hair purple in quarantine, or walking in circles on the phone with your grandma? Perhaps you have scrolled through the TikTok “For You” page one too many… Read more

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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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For many students, an important part of living in an area as beautiful as Bozeman is the opportunity to be involved in a myriad of outdoor activities. With this desire comes the need to take individual steps to balance our recreational use of the environment with habits that protect it. All …

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Students have undoubtedly noticed that as we make our way through April, the snow has started to melt and their levels of stress have been growing exponentially as finals approach. As the ski hills close, your weekends become muddled. What can you do but homework? Well, let me offer you some…

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There are just a few weeks left in spring semester. By now, you’ve probably started scheming your summer adventures and scrolling through Instagram photos of Fiji, London and Nepal, wishing you had the time and money to embark on the trip of a lifetime. The harsh reality is that you’re proba…

Well… spring is here, and the bears are officially out. Whether you’re a newbie to the Montana wilderness scene or a grizzled backcountry wanderer veritably baptized in the eternal stinging fog of bear spray, we’ve got a few tips for you. You never know what you’re going to run into out ther…

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When my family is on backpacking or camping trips it doesn’t matter if the fish are biting; I am out fishing. Since moving to Montana for college, I’ve realized that there is a major issue with fishing during the winter — most lakes are frozen.

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One of the lesser-known attractions available to MSU students is the Gardner River, colloquially known as the “Boiling River,” located just inside the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park are a series of natural hot tubs, mixed into one of the many streams that the park harbors. Since…

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