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EVELYN WALL WALKS OVER TO A TABLE at Butterfly Herbs, sits, removes her Patagonia bag and orders a drip coffee. This is only after being greeted by each barista, with whom she’s on a first-name basis. She started frequenting the coffee shop, which she says is the closest thing Missoula has t…

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Abdullah Alhamas is a UM senior studying human biology. He's also from Saudi Arabia. In Alhamas’ spare time, he cooks up a storm for his friends in Missoula. Here with the Kaimin, Alhamas is sharing Kabsa, a traditional Saudi dish. 

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“We’re out of draft beer, bitches!” Bartender Shay Parke yelled at 6:45 p.m. The crowd at the Old Post erupted in cheers. Every table and barstool was filled with students, Missoula citizens, veterans and trick-or-treaters on the last night of business of the 30-year-old downtown Missoula pu…

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A small film crew and a comedian vowing to bring stand-up comedy to ghosts pulled up to the front gate of the Old Montana State Prison. The site is considered one of the state’s most haunted, and once housed hundreds of convicts behind its 24-foot walls. 

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This is “There There”: the New York Times bestseller and debut novel of Cheyenne and Arapaho author, Tommy Orange. “There, There” is the Griz read for this semester and an assigned book in many classes here on campus. This book is everywhere at the University, and so is the author’s face. 

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Editor's note: The original version of this story said the TMT telescope is proposed to be built on the island of Oahu. It is proposed to be built on Oahu. This article also said Montana State University is one of 39 U.S. institutions involved in AURA, the Association of Universities for Res…

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Nearly 50 UM students performed in small jazz groups on the evening of Oct. 7 to a standing-room-only audience at a local Missoula coffee shop.Six groups of students performed for fellow UM music students, parents and Missoulians at Break Espresso. Students arranged standard jazz pieces and …

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Sophomore Cassidy Martinez was 14 when she first came out to her parents as bisexual. They peppered her with questions like, “How do you know?” and “Have you ever been with a girl before?”

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