The annual Can the Cats food drive competition leading up to the Brawl of the Wild football game will contribute to the University’s food pantry this year.
Junior Mikalen Running Fisher organized the University of Montana’s first celebration for Elouise Cobell Day, on Tuesday, Nov. 5. Cobell was a Blackfeet woman who filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government in 1996 for mismanagement of Native American trust funds. In 2009, the lawsuit was se…
For first-generation student Katlyn Norton, it was hard to know everything about college when her parents weren’t familiar with it, and it seemed like not every professor wanted to help. But through TRIO Student Support Services, which she has been a part of since sixth grade, she learned to…
Five people shared a stage built on Salish land, among them a lawyer, a student, an anthropologist and two community organizers, for a panel discussion on the solution to the staggering number of Native American women and children reported missing and murdered.
3D printers, laser cutters, sewing machines and a range of power tools will be made available to enterprising University of Montana students when the Innovation Factory opens Nov. 8.
The Diversity Advisory Council announced on Oct. 30 that a tile displaying four swastikas on the outside of Corbin Hall should be removed and archived, sparking debate among student senators.
The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library’s Banjo Cat Jones appeared on stage Saturday at Draught Works, with staff from the library’s archives and special collections to help decide what to make of swimmers standing on their heads, a couple fighting over a fawn and a baby next to a bear cub.
Missoula City Council meetings may get a little more contentious in the future as two conservative candidates picked up spots on the council in Tuesday’s Nov. 6 election.
A Pulitzer Prize finalist and a member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes in Oklahoma took on the importance of urban America Indian identity and the places where tradition and adaptation meet in a question-and-answer session Oct. 30 at the University Center Ballroom.
Sophia Stiles arrived early to Lady Griz basketball practice on Oct 21. After being sidelined from collegiate basketball for the last 20 months, she was finally cleared to play for the upcoming season.
More than 19 years since the last revision, a UM committee is in the process of updating the Student Conduct Code to make it easier for students to navigate.