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The Missoula City-County Health Department reported 24 new cases connected with the University of Montana Sept. 16. The current number of active cases is 25, exactly 22 cases higher than last week. Read more

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The sounds of machinery and moving rocks fill the air just above an open rock pit as bikers and hikers pass by a University of Montana class. Below them sits the remnants of the Rattlesnake Creek dam, which was recently removed and restored. Read more

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Elijah Jalil’s eyes closed as he sang. Gold streamers stirred softly behind him as a breeze drifted through the tiny, lime green room in Imagine Nation Brewing Company in downtown Missoula. Hi… Read more

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For the last three weeks, the Kaimin’s coverage has focused, sometimes exhaustively, on the coronavirus. The pandemic has filled our news sections and driven our feature stories. Read more

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On the first day of school, Hannah Clemenson walked down the old, tree-lined brick path that leads to UM’s iron grizzly bear statue. She could hear the trees rustling; she felt the change of t… Read more

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The fifth week of school means midterm season is well and truly upon us. What better way to cope than cracking open a cold one? Make some mixies with your close friends (or by yourself), open up that powerpoint and pretend to study while you watch 12 back-to-back episodes of New Girl. Read more

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When a man has a swab shoved up his nose and tickling his brain, a man gets to thinking: Is he in good hands? Will the people destroying his nostrils be able to tell him if he can go back to work, or more importantly, if he and his loved ones will be safe?

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We know the trope “we’re living in unprecedented times” is getting kind of old, but it’s still true. We’re in this weird limbo between the Zoom class eye-strain and in-person classes where we all sit six-feet apart and try not to touch our masks too much. And then we’re expected to social di…