- Missing teen found, virtual Kyiyo Pow Wow and Earth Day films
- Unconstitutional legislation, missing Native teen and vaccination progress
- Gun legislation, UM vaccine clinics and hope for student loan cancellation
- Budget cuts, Jermain Charlo and possible herd immunity for the Blackfeet tribe
- Protests for Breonna Taylor, Montana pride rally and online degrees
- Vaccines, research growth and more anti-trans legislation
- No study abroad, guns on campus and avalanche safety
- Masks, vaccines and online learning
- Gun legislation passes, Indigenous Peoples’ Day and entrepreneurship
- Gianforte’s address, graduation and vaccination progress
- Vaccinations, anti-abortion bills and an anti-racist little library
- Briefs: National Guard, vaccines and anti-trans legislation
- Briefs: Mask orders, food pantry and swastikas
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Beatrix Frissell, a runner on the University of Montana cross country team, has testified against House Bill 112 at the Montana state legislature twice.She said part of the reason she’s been advocating against the bill is because of her friendship with Juniper Eastwood, a former Griz cross c…
Between April 8 and 14, UMPD reported five crimes on and around campus. MIP was the most common crime this week. UMPD Lt. Brad Giffin said criminal activity is typically lower on campus this time of year as students are finishing up with classes and taking their finals online.
The Mansfield Library’s fourth floor may begin to look different in the coming months, as plans for remodeling have begin bringing the Defense Critical Language and Culture Program to campus.
Three University of Montana students have teamed up to create a proposal to replace outdated lighting fixtures with sustainable, energy-saving versions in the University Center and campus recreation center.