Kaimin Editorial

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In an email to students Sept. 4, the Office of the President at the University of Montana said it will release student and staff coronavirus data to the public on Sept. 9. The release will inc… Read more

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On the first day of school, Hannah Clemenson walked down the old, tree-lined brick path that leads to UM’s iron grizzly bear statue. She could hear the trees rustling; she felt the change of t… Read more

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The Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM) has announced that it will allow students to Zoom into its weekly senate meetings this semester so remote students can be heard. Read more

Latest reported cases

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Alex Northey’s car screeched to a halt at the front of the Curry Health Center’s parking lot. He felt his head shoot with pain from a headache, and tried to relax himself walking out to his early morning COVID-19 test at the University of Montana campus. Read more

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Several women sat on the floor in early September, cradling a baby in each arm. Floral-print masks covered their faces, and several standing fans circulated warm air with such force that it was almost impossible to hear anyone speak. Read more

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Since last week’s update from the Missoula City-County Health Department, the University of Montana received 28 new cases between Sept. 17 and Sept. 21. There are now 46 active cases associated with the University, an increase of 43 in the last two weeks. Read more

Music: Cults- When musical nostalgia doesn’t pay off
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The indie rock band Cults dominated the soundscape of high school girls who hoped to be “manic pixie dream girls” and high school boys who idolized girls who dyed their hair and wore black. But now that these Tumblr-loving teens have grown up, do Cults still hold up? Or is it just nostalgia that makes fans come back for more? Read more