- Lawsuit update, campus lighting and local elections
- Law school resignation, contact tracing texts and a flat Caras Park
- Anti-abortion bills, 100 UM COVID-19 cases and humanities grant
- Law school allegations, COVID-19 surge and Missoula Women’s March
- COVID-19 records, Afghan refugees and more masks
- COVID-19 spike, parade canceled and UM sustainability gains
- Local elections, DHC anniversary and reproductive rights
- What you missed this summer
- Anti-trans bill protest, food pantry plans and end of Election Day registration
- 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
With less than a week until the Nov. 2 local election, Missoula’s two mayoral candidates are making their final pitches to voters, which pit the experience of incumbency against calls for more fiscal responsibility.
As the University of Montana saw its first enrollment increase in 10 years, campus-wide efforts by the Office of Admissions and the vice president of enrollment management are looking to continue the growth trend through a remodeled recruitment system.
A University of Montana computer science professor resigned Friday afternoon, the announcement coming after Kaimin reporting on his blog “Upward Thought” sparked controversy and condemnation from UM and across Montana.
Ryan Surmi would spend his entire day studying at a corner table in the Payne Family Library at the Missoula College. The PaddleHeads DJ and second-chance student re-enrolled at the University of Montana in 2018 to make a new start for himself and get an Information Technology degree.
Between Oct. 7 and 13, University of Montana Police Department reported 13 crimes on and around campus. The most common crime of the week was theft, again. We have theft from a building, from motor vehicles, a license plate, mail, a bike and theft from an unlocked dorm room. This week’s blot…