Kaimin Editorial

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Stand-up comedy isn’t something that comedians are meant to do alone. Stand-up is done in small, dark bars and clubs with low ceilings and small tables. The audience shares the same air as the… Read more

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The University of Montana Speech and Debate Team’s plans were cut short last March when its trip to San Diego for nationals was canceled, and the team prepared for competitions held virtually. Read more

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On a sunny September afternoon, UM’s beloved mascot Monte rocked back and forth on a swing under the Madison Street bridge. Once he got enough momentum, he let go and backflipped into the Clark Fork. Read more

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Since late October, UM has sent out ten warnings to students and staff about bears on campus. First it was just a “bear encounter,” but subsequent alerts described a “large bear” and “two bears.” Plans are in place to remove the bears.  Read more

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University of Montana’s Theatre and Dance program had its entire student body building scenes and designing costumes that would be used in its fall semester performances, until COVID-19 hit. Everything required major changes in order to bring shows to life this semester. Now the program look… Read more

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Access to Sonocent, the little-known audio note-taking software, could be reduced to only a small portion of the University of Montana as soon as next fall if more people don’t find it. Read more