A close-up of one of Baken's works

Jim Baken Gallery Walk: A Photo Story by Oliver Walker

A walk-through of Rocky Mountain College’s art professor, Jim Baken’s exhibit in the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery:                                                 All photos were taken by The Summit’s photographer, Oliver Walker

RMC student working on computer
Photo courtesy of Oliver Walker

[OPINION] I’m Not A Racist by Emily Kokot

On Feb 24, the Diversity and Inclusivity Task Force coordinated a Zoom call event titled “The Good Troublemaker” with speaker Eran Thompson to discuss the topic of “privilege and the struggle for social justice,” according to chaplain Kim Woeste. Woeste explained that Thompson was chosen as a speaker because “February is Black History Month” and[…]

La La Land movie poster obtained from Wikipedia

La La Land is The Greatest Movie of All-Time: A movie review by Jacob Wissinger

Close your eyes. Think about your favorite movies. Why do you like them? Because they are fun? Make you feel good? Is the premise relatable and benevolent? Classics like the Twilight series or The Blind Side may come to mind. Maybe even Disney or Marvel works come to mind. Now open your eyes. Those movies[…]

RMC's Lady Bears claiming first place overall award
Top Left: Hilde Sato, Sofia Brustia, Sydney Weaver
Bottom Left: Emma Hiebert, Larissa Saarel, Jessie King
Photo courtesy of RMC Ski Team

RMC Ski Team Sweeps the Podium at Western Championships by Sydney Weaver

On Mar 12 and 13, the Battlin’ Bears ski team competed at the USCSA Western Championships in Red Lodge, MT. Usually around this time, the Bears would be competing at Nationals but due to coronavirus restrictions in the east, the 2021 Nationals were canceled. That did not stop the Bears from competing, though, and coach[…]

Overlooking Billings
Photo courtesy of Katie Eliason

Where to Volunteer in Billings by Katie Eliason

From participating in campus service events to getting out in the community, there are many ways to volunteer in Billings. Volunteering is a great way to help and give back to the community. It can be a rewarding process through donating your time and hard work. It is important to keep in mind that service[…]

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Tournament Day in the Life Of Tristan Hanson: Photo Story by Oliver Walker

                                                                                              All these photos were taken by Olliver Walker,[…]

Photo courtesy of Jacob Wissinger

RMC’s New Student Diversity Task Force by Jacob Wissinger

The new Student Diversity Task Force had its inaugural meeting on Jan 16, marking the first student-led diversity and an inclusivity-centric group of its kind at Rocky Mountain College. The Diversity Task Force was founded within the past year and existed as a joint body between both students and faculty with both parties working in[…]

RMC Cheer spreading the love

Green and Gold: What to do after heartbreak

Dear Green and Gold,  My boyfriend broke up with me right before Valentine’s Day. It is awkward because I see him all over campus and I don’t want him to know that I am sad. What should I do?    Green Says: Focus on friends.  After a breakup, it can be easy to shut yourself[…]

Darius Henderson and RMC's President Dr. Bob Wilmouth on set of Mental Health Awareness and Well-Being Podcast
Photo taken by Olliver Walker

RMC Mental Health Awareness and Well-Being Podcast by Sydney Weaver

If Rocky Mountain College students have opened up their Moodle pages recently, they might have noticed a new class titled RMC Mental Health Awareness and Well-Being. This new class is open to all students and faculty members. Darius Henderson, an RMC senior, wanted to create a platform that would bring awareness to and normalize mental[…]