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[…]


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[…]

New club ‘Bookaholics Anonymous’ brings authors to RMC, article by Kajlea Richards

A new club, dubbed Bookaholics Anonymous, has emerged on Rocky Mountain College’s campus. According to Kelsey Henscheid, president of the club, “This English club was created for people who have a passion for the written word.” This club welcomes students of all backgrounds, interests, and majors as it “hopes to expand the student and faculty’s[…]