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RMC’s Petsch and Duffey qualify for national cross country meet, sports article by Carrie Cota

Rocky Mountain College’s men’s and women’s cross country teams competed well at the Frontier Conference Championships in Lewiston, Idaho on Nov. 3. With ample success throughout the season, the team was excited and looking forward to compete on a fast course. Although neither team will be continuing onto the national meet in Vancouver, Washington, The[…]

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RMC senior Donovan Luce creates business selling fishing rods, column by Preston Davenport

Students leaving college and pursuing opportunities are often left without a clue on what their future holds. Many go after a job, while others put together something of their own. Fluctuations are inevitable in the economy as job availability will rise and fall. People look to start their own small business as a means to[…]

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Investment Club gives students insight to the inner workings of the stock market, feature by Kelsey Henscheid

Investing is the act of committing money or capital to an endeavor with the expectation of obtaining an additional income or profit. The goal of investing is to put your money to work in one or two more types of investment vehicles in the hopes of growing your finances over time. Here at Rocky Mountain[…]

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RMC golfer is ranked No. 7 in the nation, feature by Nicolas Cordero

Rocky Mountain College golfer, Eryn Ellis, was ranked No. 7 in the country for the 2017 fall season in National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Division I. Ellis is a junior majoring in communication studies and was born in Rock Springs, Wyoming.  After graduating from Casper’s Natrona County High School, Ellis was recruited by RMC and[…]

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RMC students and alumna spread awareness about homelessness, article by Cheyenne Lira

The month of November usually reminds people of food and spending time with family. For Family Promise, the month helps them spread awareness of the hunger and homelessness that is occurring in Billings and across Montana as a whole. According to the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness, a study conducted in January of 2016[…]

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RMC hosts Greenpeace activist and author Ben Stewart, article by Roman Jones

Rocky Mountain College’s First Year Experience hosted author and Greenpeace activist Ben Stewart at First Presbyterian Church on Nov. 6 . As a part of this year’s Common Read program, freshman English students read Stewart’s book “Don’t Trust, Don’t Fear, Don’t Beg: The Extraordinary Story of the Arctic 30”, which presented the account of multiple[…]

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Local entertainment company expands music industry in Montana, Feature by Nicolas Cordero

A new locally owned event company called Extrinsic has dramatically expanded the music scene in Montana in the last year. Extrinsic was created in 2014 by a local entrepreneur, Connor Lorenz, a 20 year-old who graduated from West High School in 2015. The company started selling clothes during concerts in the winter of 2014. In[…]

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RMC debaters travel to Morocco to teach students, Feature by Cheyenne Lira

Not many college students have had the opportunity to travel to Morocco as part of an academic club. However, a few of Rocky Mountain College’s debate team members can say they have had that privilege. On Oct. 12, RMC seniors Flavya Siqueira, Gerald Giebink, and associate professors  Shelby Long-Hammond and Daniel Parod were invited to[…]

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What does an appropriate protest look like? editorial by Roman Jones

In the past few years, a wave of public protests has taken place nationwide in response to a series of controversies. There have been marches for and against the Black Lives Matter movement, demonstrations in response to the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, and a Women’s March in January which protested the inauguration of[…]

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Police continue investigating break-ins at RMC, article by Roman Jones

On Oct. 15 and 16, multiple vehicle break-ins took place on Rocky Mountain College’s campus, initiating an ongoing investigation to find the perpetrators. Amberly Tanzosh, RMC’s Campus Safety Coordinator, said “We are working closely with the Billings Police Department. I have handed over all surveillance and still images to them, which hopefully aids in their[…]

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Battlin’ Bears volleyball standout in the region, sports article by Preston Davenport

The sports programs of Rocky Mountain College are one the main attractions of the institution. At least half of the student population at Rocky consists of student athletes in one of the many programs. One of the staples of Rocky Mountain College sports is the women’s volleyball team. One word that describes the women’s volleyball[…]

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Black Tie Blue Jeans celebrates 30 years of supporting student scholarships, article by Emily Schaff

On Friday, Nov. 10, Rocky Mountain College will be celebrating the 30th anniversary of Black Tie Blue Jeans in the Fortin Education Center Gymnasium. Alumni, community members, and friends of RMC will spend the evening enjoying a gourmet dinner, bidding on silent and live auction items, and dancing to a live band all to directly[…]