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A University of Montana men’s basketball graduate assistant coach pleaded not guilty Jan. 22 to charges of aggravated driving while under the influence of alcohol. Jordan Gregory was arrested Jan. 19 after a police officer pulled over his vehicle and smelled the odor of an alcoholic beverage…

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The Corner Store is reopening Thursday, Jan. 23, after nearly two months of construction, said a UM Campus Dining (UMCD) official. New features will include lighting, a stage and extended closing hours.

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Tobacco shops, gas stations and other businesses in Missoula use many tools to prevent customers under the age of 21 from buying alcohol and tobacco. For some businesses, this means putting in the extra effort to manually check each sale and, in some cases, watching camera videos that captur…

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Tom DeLuca, dean of the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation, will head to Oregon State University after the spring semester. DeLuca, who was appointed dean at UM in 2017, will take the dean of the College of Forestry position at OSU. The W.A. Franke College of Forestry joins the…

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President Trump signed a new federal law raising the legal age to buy tobacco and nicotine products from 18 to 21 on Dec. 20. For UM students who don’t meet the new legal age, this law could mean the end of their nicotine days.

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In 1978, long before students could register for classes on Cyberbear, first-generation freshman Jed Liston struggled to get into his classes. After seeing a sign denoting another full class, he heaved an exasperated sigh.

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For nearly two years, Jane Doe’s days routinely included gathering documents and filing reports with police, lawyers, prosecutors and University of Montana officials about an alleged rape at a house rented by fraternity members. 

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It was one of the first hot days of spring in 2017, and Bryson Allen and Colin Brust were determined to climb the towering granite cliffside, specifically a route named “My Mom’s Muscle Shirt,” in Blodgett Canyon, Montana. It is eight pitches and about 900 feet tall. 

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Students proposed to make the optional $6 Associated Students of the University of Montana sustainability fee mandatory on Nov. 6. Money from the fee goes toward campus amenities like covered bike lots and water bottle fill-stations.