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Entering the Baroque Impressions exhibit felt a little like stepping through the back of the wardrobe into Narnia. The harsh concrete and gloomy clouds outside Cheever Hall…

The Bobcat football team found its footing on Saturday, Nov. 3 as they bounced back into the win column after defeating the Cal Poly Mustangs 49-42. Several Bobcat rushers …

The MSU Women’s Basketball Team had their first ever sell-out game in the history of the program on Nov. 6 in what was their 2018-19 season opener. The Cats took on cross-s…

The Bobcat volleyball team hosted the Northern Colorado Bears on Oct. 26 for their latest Big Sky Conference tilt. Coming off two impressive three-set sweeps of Portland St…

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When the Great War began in 1914, one political party controlled all state legislatures in the U.S., save Montana. Nearly 104 years to the day of the war’s end, one political party controls all state legislatures, save Minnesota. And one party holds more state government trifectas and triplexes than states with divided governments. Read more