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University of Montana’s Theatre and Dance program had its entire student body building scenes and designing costumes that would be used in its fall semester performances, until COVID-19 hit. Everything required major changes in order to bring shows to life this semester. Now the program look…

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Do you know that feeling when a friend shows you a song they love and you pretend to like it so you can validate them? But then they take your lackluster enthusiasm as ardent devotion and make you listen to the entire record? And you’re just sitting there wondering if this is what purgatory …

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With finals week creeping unwelcomingly closer, many people look to find relaxation in things: TikTok, drugs, alcohol, YouTube, alcohol, Netflix, music, alcohol, etc. But if you’re looking for a way to relax that does not involve a headache in the morning or hours of screen time at night, pe…

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With the sun fading fast, the warm light shining on the lonely ceramic art began to seep into five empty folding chairs that congregated outside of the Clay Studio of Missoula. The chairs were supposed to be filled with the many people who would attend the exhibition, but all that sat there …

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The University of Montana’s theater and dance program is set to present “Dance Up Close,” a series of 10 solo dance performances and compositions on demand starting Nov. 12, and available until Nov. 22.

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The University of Montana hosted its 15th DiverseU event last week to highlight activism and diversity on campus and to promote civic discussions. This year the symposium was held via Zoom in response to COVID-19 precautions. There were over 30 presentations spanning Wednesday and Thursday w…

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Ever since the release of the trailer for the latest adaptation of Frank Herbert’s “Dune,” I have been waiting to indulge in Timothée Chalamet’s talent (but mostly his beautiful chin). So I was devastated, to say the least, when the release date was back a year due to COVID-19.

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“Call of Duty” games are like pork chops. A pork chop is pretty much always going to be fine. Not great, not awful, just fine. Someone might have some great memories with pork chops, but that memory probably has little to do with the pork itself, and more to do with the people they ate with.

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