Last month, the UM athletic department’s new Diversity and Inclusion Committee set a goal of getting 100% of its staff and players to vote in November. Volleyball head coach Allison Lawrence and her team not only met the 100% voter registration goal, but started a more in-depth conversation …
Longtime Missoula highliner and adventure sport enthusiast Griffen Gilbert said he doesn’t feel nervous right before he steps onto a highline.
The Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation held an online Zoom event last Thursday with author and UM alumnus John Fraley and two famous wilderness advocates and outfitters — Smoke Elser and Bill Workman.
Running the New York City Marathon is hard enough, but Kira Niedens decided to do it virtually this year to help raise awareness for suicide. Niedens ran the New York City Marathon — in Missoula —this Saturday to honor her nephew, Harrison Rex Maughan.
The University of Montana athletic department founded its new Diversity and Inclusion Committee last month to work toward actionable change in the department, and to promote change within the University as a whole.
For the first time in 19 years, the University of Montana women’s soccer team was voted number one in the Big Sky Conference’s preseason poll.
Sophomore cross country runner Beatrix Frissell was among the most talented and promising cross country runners in the Big Sky Conference. Then she got COVID-19, and as the Kaimin first reported, the entire UM cross country team was quarantined.
On an October evening, students and close friends gather together outside of the Payne Native American building to honor a fallen friend. This friend was Bryson Allen, a former UM student, who passed away in 2019.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the Missoula fitness industry, the fitness director at the University of Montana has observed an increase of people utilizing public lands for fitness.
Competitors and spectators gathered in Missoula Fairgrounds on Saturday for the Marsh Performance 2020 Horses Barrel Race Series. Despite challenges with COVID-19, people attended from across the state.