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Rocky basketball finds its stride in the new year, article by contributor Preston Davenport

While most students departed from campus to return to their respective families in December, the Battlin’ Bear basket- ball teams remained in Billings for a majority of the month continuing their season. The women’s team struggled in December, winning only one matchup against the University of Calgary, 71-61. However, the women were able to work[…]

Rocky students and Billings community members learn self-defense skills at an event hosted by the Young Women in Business Club. Photo by Nicolas Cordero

Starting off the semester in a G.R.E.A.T. way, article by Copy Editor Cheyenne Lira

Seniors Shadya Jarecke and Marcell Bruski are ambitious business students at Rocky Mountain College. The two made great strides on campus when they created the club Young Women in Business about a year-and-a-half ago. The club is open to all Rocky students and typically meets once a month. The club’s activities have included presentations from[…]

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RMC skiers are back, so is Frida Svedberg, feature by contributor Thomas Vandel

The Rocky Mountain College ski teams are back. With the low temperature and the snowfall, the RMC Alpine Ski Team is happy to be in Billings and ready to shred the slopes. The team has expanded this year, with three new male skiers: Elias Holmlund, Kristian DeWolfe, Adam Garrigus; and Elsa Wilhelmson, Zoe Profit, and[…]

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Obama Farewell: A reflection on a presidency, feature by Copy Editor Roman Jones

Three weeks ago, former President Barack Obama gave his farewell address to the nation. He delivered his address from his home city of Chicago, where his political career and subsequent journey to becoming the 44th President of the United States began. Early during the speech, the crowd began chanting “Four more years” and interrupted him.[…]

Rocky work study students connect with alumni at the annual Phonathon. Photo by Riley Howard

Twice the Impact fundraiser raises money for student scholarships, article by Editor-in-Chief Riley Howard

Last month with the help of a group of donors, the Office of Institutional Advancement helped raise over $50,000 in donations through its Twice the Impact fundraiser. The fundraiser was started after the donors offered to match donations dollar for dollar up to $25,000. Members of the Rocky Mountain College community were challenged to donate[…]


Rocky students support the Women’s March in Helena, article by Copy Editor Cheyenne Lira

History was made last week when hundreds of thousands of women and men across the globe marched in protest of the inauguration of Donald Trump.  Some also marched in support of the LGBTQ community, indigenous, and  women’s health care. Whatever personal reason people had for marching, the main rallying point was to show the new[…]