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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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As Halloween approaches and the nights get spookier, the spirit world draws closer to our own. It’s especially obvious on campus, where tales of spirit dogs and ghost classes are told year-round.

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It was a hot day in late spring 2017, and after driving for an hour in Los Angeles traffic, AC blasting, Chris Citowicki took a wrong turn onto a toll road. He had no money for the toll, and his thoughts were racing, trying to figure out what he was going to do.

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THE CAR AT A STOPLIGHT, I cried into an M&M’s McFlurry. Maybe it was because I was fighting a killer cold. Maybe it was the ever-intensifying acne situation on the left side of my face. Maybe it was the fact that I wanted nothing more than to eat a fucking  M&M’s McFlurry. The castor…

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Andrew Harris always wanted to play football for the University of Montana. Starting flag football when he was just 5 years old, he progressed into tackle football, high school football, and in 2015, when he was nearing the end of his final year at Glacier High School, Andrew signed a letter…

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Break out your hipster glasses and start practicing your best contemplative stare: the fifth annual Montana Film Festival starts Oct. 3.Creators Aaron Roos and Andrew Rizzo decided last year, during the festival’s fourth year, that while they would stay on to produce the event, they would pa…

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When Miles Wetzel left the United States Army in 2006, he had 10 days to get through a checklist before returning to civilian life. He had served seven years by then — two in Iraq. Wetzel turned in his equipment, met briefly with a physician assistant, and boarded a plane back to the States. 

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A voluptuous figure, in a tiny bikini, stood at a glorious 6 feet tall. Her thick skin was smooth and earthy in its tone, her curves rolled and flowed like banks of a river. The woman was something of a dream or maybe a fantasy. With over-the-top proportions, she teased from her work-table p…

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Last Friday, Greek Row was silent. No music played. No colored lights shined through windows.The last night of recruitment means no drinking and no parties. But soon, when fraternities begin hosting parties and other functions, some attendees will be required to swipe their University of Mon…

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The sun set on Missoula, and the basement study lounge of Craig Hall became a thick jungle ruin — a prime hideout for bandits and monsters. Our dungeon master placed a Bluetooth speaker on the table and started a playlist of ambient atmospheric sounds that were more or less in-theme for our quest.

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With Freshman orientation behind us, the Kaimin sent reporters across Missoula from 5 p.m. to 5 a.m. to capture what college life is really like here.

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Remember the movie “Mean Girls”? The one where there’s that cool mom who brings Regina George and her boyfriend snacks and condoms during a hookup? This article is that cool mom.

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Led Zeppelin blares before Grand Entry at the 51st annual Kyiyo Pow Wow. In the beginning, all the dancers enter the circle together at the Adams Center on Friday. Chaz Baker walks up the steps of the upper level seating, large suitcase in hand, with his brother trailing behind.

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Evan Bartel scratched his chin and turned his face downward when asked about the paper he was writing. The soft, blue glow of his laptop screen cast shadows of his glasses across his cheeks, and a multitude of books sat on the plastic table in front of him, scattered randomly across the surf…