- Phantom flames, sinister scents and Lindsay Lohan
- Police Blotter: bike blunders, joints at Jesse and claustrophobic canines
- Police Blotter: Crash-landings, drunk knockings and bird choppings
- Police Blotter: Stealing, sleeping, scamming
- Abandoned alibis, tech tiffs and homeless harmonies
- They fought the law and UMPD won
- Courtside calamities, roughhousing roommates and drunk pianists
- Police Blotter Jan. 30: Some usual, and some unusual, suspects
- What you missed over break: Holiday havoc for UMPD
- Police Blotter: Oct. 29 - Nov. 4
- Nocturnal oddities and stolen commodities, disgruntled cyclists and phantom fists
- Nostril nukes and cookie thieves: Blotter Oct. 9 - 18
- Police Blotter: Bikes, squad cars and helicopters
- The usual suspects: weed, booze and doors
- When one door closes, another remains closed
Montana Public Interest Group (MontPIRG) is working to educate voters on two environmental debates concerning Montana heritage and outdoor recreation this semester.
On a lazy Tuesday evening, after a potluck of colorful carrots, cucumber salad, cantaloupe and chili, students gathered around under the shadow of an old plum tree. Vicki Watson, a spry woman with an earthy touch, pointed out the knotted hammock underneath the tree, with several ripe plums s…
The University of Montana Mental Health Allies outlined the Oval with blue flags Sept. 2 to represent the 1,100 college students who die by suicide every year nationally.
A national suicide prevention foundation plans Missoula Out of the Darkness suicide prevention walk for Saturday, Sept. 14 in Silver Park to bring the Missoula community hope and awareness of resources.
Walking into the University of Montana’s Modular Data Center, an unassuming building tucked away on the northeasternmost edge of campus, is like entering the Death Star, or some equally impressive and confusing techy conglomerate. Fans whir loudly and lights blink at random intervals. The wa…