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Between Jan. 7 and Jan. 13, UMPD reported six crimes on and around campus. Disorderly conduct was the most common crime, second to bike theft from an outside location.
Montana Technology Enterprise Center (MonTEC) and the University of Montana have received grant funding to create a space for female small-business owners to network, grow and improve the financial standing of their businesses.
Professor Robert Greene, acclaimed Russian scholar, longtime chair of the history department and a friend and mentor to many, died Dec. 18, 2020. He was 45. His death was caused by complications related to prostate cancer, which Greene battled while simultaneously teaching classes, starting …
Once the weather cools down students will be able to ice skate on the Oval just as University of Montana alumni once did, after UM installed an ice rink on campus for the first time since the middle of the 20th century.