One of my favorite jobs while working at the Montana Kaimin has been getting up a little earlier each Thursday to deliver our newspaper. For a college student being awake before sunrise, it ain’t pretty. 

UM is on the brink of a rebrand and will soon unveil its new colors, fonts and graphics. The Kaimin has seen the look — and we’re a house divided.

Walk into any UM Campus Dining establishment and you’ll surely see two things: students studying and students working. We’re a university, after all, and nothing screams “college” like the misery of studying and the misery of working so you can pay to continue studying.

In an email to University of Montana students on April 1, President Seth Bodnar recognized that April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and called for awareness of these issues to extend beyond this month. His email came the same week the Kaimin shared the story of a Missoula high schooler …

On Monday morning, UM students driving to their normal Lot P parking spaces were met with a wall of chain link fences and half of the University’s largest parking lot turned into a dirt pit. The construction is making way to house the Montana Museum of Art and Culture, the University’s newes…

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Last week, the University of Montana announced it had been awarded the prestigious “R1” designation for “very high research activity” from the Carnegie Classifications of Institutions of Higher Education — the highest possible tier a research university can achieve. UM joins the company of 1…