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Professor Robert Greene, acclaimed Russian scholar, longtime chair of the history department and a friend and mentor to many, died Dec. 18, 2020. He was 45. His death was caused by complications related to prostate cancer, which Greene battled while simultaneously teaching classes, starting … Read more

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Dr. Kenneth Chatriad took a break from his work to wipe down the 12 smooth, light blue plastic chairs spaced out in a Curry Health Center hallway. Chatriad, the center’s pharmacy manager, walked through his newly constructed immunization center. Though it was hard to tell under his mask and … Read more

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Walking through the doors of the Adams Center feels like walking through a ghost town. Posters line the walls—posters of players and teams, yes, but also COVID-19 protocols and mask reminders.… Read more

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Dr. Kenneth Chatriad took a break from his work to wipe down the 12 smooth, light blue plastic chairs spaced out in a Curry Health Center hallway. Chatriad, the center’s pharmacy manager, walk… Read more

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Henry DeLuca, an avid skier and the president of the University of Montana’s Ski and Snowboard Club, felt the itch to get out in the snow on a chilly recent Wednesday. Powder blanketed the gro… Read more

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Oh, the 2000s. Many a music career was launched in this decadent era. But many also crashed and burned-hard. Bust out your iPod Shuffles and get ready for a trip down memory lane, because who doesn’t love being compared to a poorly written song.AQUARIUS (JAN. 20–FEB. 18): You’re quite the hu… Read more

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My Thursday night started with my roommates and I sitting in the living room ready to watch the new Netflix hit, “Pieces of a Woman.” White Claws in hand, we did not know what to expect, except for a friend’s warning that we might get our shit rocked.  Read more

On Monday, the first floor of the Capitol building in Helena was crowded, a line out the door of the courtroom as lobbyists testified against House Bills 112 and 113: Bills that discriminate against young gender-nonconforming people. Both bills are being introduced by Kalispell Republican Jo…