Welcome back to campus, everyone! And welcome back to what we are informally dubbing “Pandemic: Season Three.” You’ve seen the original COVID-19 strain. You’ve seen delta. And now we have omicron — considerably more contagious and seemingly less deadly.

As the semester comes to a close, the Kaimin is reflecting on what a crazy ride it’s been. Last week, we published a photo essay detailing the resurgence of an in-person campus. We included photos from the fire Rob Smith protest, the law school walkout, theater productions, Griz games, live …

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Hey folks! It's Nevin, from before. Let's talk about that obnoxious clown Aaron Wagner and the housing crisis he's here to ignore, shall we?

More than one hundred years ago, the University of Montana dedicated 29 trees to its students who died during WWI. While some died in combat, the vast majority actually came down with the 1918 Spanish flu — most of the cases being at Fort Missoula. Hundreds of people died in Missoula from th…

In a tumultuous semester that’s seen lawsuits against President Seth Bodnar, a breakdown in law school leadership and a tenured computer science professor’s resignation after his controversial blog got put on blast, the potential of ESPN’s flagship college football show “College Gameday” com…

With all the spookiness surrounding Halloween, there’s something possibly even more frightening coming up: Election Day. It’s right around the corner… Missoula’s municipal general election is happening on Nov. 2 this year.

Nothing quite beats a soft, grassy hillside with a view. Especially in Missoula, where residents enjoy the hundreds of little green parks that dot the landscape. 

I commend the Kaimin’s reporting on Professor Rob Smith — normally hit pieces try to hide sources and full quotes when defaming their victim. This story provides a great lesson for everyone concerned about our society’s unfolding political purge of ideological heretics.

I spent the summer hearing a love story. Last spring, I applied to be an intern for the Ward 3 City Council Candidate Dori Gilels. I had only lived in Missoula for a couple semesters while studying political science at the University and thought this opportunity could teach me more about my …