How to Save a Life: RMC hosts Frank King, article by Megan Logan

Frank King addresses RMC students in Losekamp Hall. Photo by Megan Logan. Mental health issues and suicide are not uncommon on today’s college campuses. In order to spread awareness on mental health and suicide prevention, the Stand Up RMC program invited speaker Frank King to Rock Mountain College on Jan. 23. King was chosen to[…]

Rocky celebrates Military Appreciation Night, by Jocelyn Anderson

RMC’s women’s basketball team honor veterans with a game against Carroll College. Photo by Deja Nicole. On Thursday, Jan. 17, the Rocky Mountain College Battlin’ Bears basketball teams played against Carroll College on Military Appreciation Night. The event celebrated all military personnel past and present, and specifically honored veterans killed in action and soldiers who[…]

November marks National Novel Writing Month, article by Kayla Solis

November marks National Novel Writing Month, article by Kayla Solis

The National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) has commenced, but it’s not too late to get started. According to nanowrimo.org, “National Novel Writing Month is also a 501(c)(3) nonprofit (formerly known as the Office of Letters and Light) that believes your story matters.” NaNoWriMo happens every November of the year. It’s an “internet-based creative writing project [where participants][…]

RMC’s leadership programs need more student involvement, editorial by Megan Logan

RMC’s leadership programs need more student involvement, editorial by Megan Logan

While the number of student-athletes at Rocky Mountain College has risen, there has been an unfortunate decrease in students participating in other campus leadership positions. As of late, Rocky has approximately 1100 students enrolled, and of those students, 38 percent are athletes, leaving only about 682 students free of sport commitments to participate in other[…]