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The retirement of 15 tenured professors in the College of Humanities and Sciences after next spring will leave the statistics discipline with no full-time statistician, according to Julie Baldwin, an associate dean at the college.  Read more

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This semester, the University of Montana came back in a whirlwind of live concerts, sporting events and in-person classes. After nearly two years of solitude, we’re seeing people again. We can… Read more

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The Furnace, Oct. 9. — Jake Howell stands before a crowd of dozens of Missoula music fans, singing a song he wrote, “Saturdays when I forget…” Behind him is the band, four men he trusts with h… Read more


Tis’ the season for Charlie Brown Christmas trees, awkward and tense holiday dinners with your drunk relatives, eggnog and mediocre holiday movies. With finals just around the corner, it’s hard to get into the holiday spirit cramming for a chemistry exam that may make or break your grade. Bu… Read more

More than one hundred years ago, the University of Montana dedicated 29 trees to its students who died during WWI. While some died in combat, the vast majority actually came down with the 1918 Spanish flu — most of the cases being at Fort Missoula. Hundreds of people died in Missoula from th…