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More than 100 people gathered in front of UM’s Main Hall at noon Friday to call for the resignation or firing of Rob Smith, whose blog filled with misogynistic writings sparked outrage after its contents were published in the Kaimin. Read more

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BREAKING: Standing shoulder-to-shoulder with their peers to their sides, University of Montana students Asher Swan, left, and Erin Heaton chant "Fire Rob Smith" and wave signs during a student-led Fire Rob Smith Rally outside the steps of Main Hall on Oct. 15. More than a 100 Students gather… Read more

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This story has been updated to include comment from UM President Seth Bodnar. Following publication, UM announced it would place Rob Smith on paid leave pending an investigation into the profe… Read more

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Every day before coming to campus, Erim Gómez puts on a guayabera — a traditional shirt from Yucatán, Mexico. The roughly 60 guayaberas he wears are colorful and stylish, ranging from a light … Read more

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The day after the public learned Jamie Spears ended his 13-year conservatorship over his 39-year-old daughter and pop legend Britney Spears, she decided to celebrate her renewed freedom by posting nudes on main. And why shouldn’t she? Read more

There’s a real disconnect between the University of Montana’s stated interest in respecting the differences among us and the content of the personal blog of one of its tenured professors. 

With the most students living on campus in years and far fewer COVID-19 restrictions — at a time when the virus is peaking in Missoula — it would seem like not only a smart plan, but a vital mitigation strategy, to open up more quarantine and isolation spots for students at UM. But the Kaimi…

Though we at the Kaimin are unafraid to criticize the University of Montana for its actions when the situation calls for it, at the end of the day, our reporters and editors are still UM students with pride in our school. And this week marks a rather monumental success for the University: Ou…