RMC and MSUB team up for ‘Give-A-Ton’ food drive

“By Jocelyn Anderson” Rocky Mountain College Director of Alumni Relations Sarah Clark, Montana State University Billings Director of Alumni Relations Gillette Vaira, and a variety of other shave been working since May planning an event called Give-A-Ton. They had been brainstorming event ideas since October 2018 to find a way to promote collaboration between RMC[…]

RMC celebrates homecoming weekend

“By Sydney Weaver” Rocky Mountain College celebrated Homecoming weekend with a series of events, including a Powderpuff football game, the Clara Klindt Hall of Fame Room ceremony, tailgating, and the football game. The Powderpuff football game kicked off RMC’s Homecoming week on Wednesday, Sept. 18, where the freshman and sophomore women went up against the[…]

Rocky Celebrates Sobriety in October

“By Jocelyn Anderson” Every year, Rocky Mountain College celebrates a sobriety challenge called Sober October. As the name suggests, the participants remain sober throughout the month of October. This challenge was created for social drinkers. It is designed to change their drinking habits for a month and promote a healthy lifestyle. Although social drinking is[…]

Montana Poet Laureate to Perform 2019 Keynote Address

“By Kajlea Richards” Lowell Jaeger, a Montana poet and professor of journalism and creative writing at Flathead Valley Community College will be delivering the 2019 Common Read Keynote Address at First Presbyterian Church, on October 3. Jaeger has been part of the FVCC faculty since 1984 and has worked diligently to create opportunities for his[…]

Track competes at the Indoor National Tournament, article by Tanja Staben

Rocky Mountain College athletes participated in the NAIA Indoor Track and Field Championship Tournament, which took place from Feb. 28 to March 2 in Brookings, South Dakota. Students Elijah Boyd, Brenden Leaming, Joseph Vanden Bos, and Isaac Petsch represented RMC. Isaac Petsch qualified in the one-mile run and Elijah Boyd qualified in the 800-meter run.[…]

How Rocky’s Writing Center tutors can help you, article by Madison Siebenaler

Nestled in the northwest corner of Rocky Mountain College’s library is an academic resource available to all students: the Writing Center. Organized by RMC English professor Nick Plunkey, the Writing Center provides students who are drafting essay assignments with opportunities to receive assistance from writing consultants in one-on-one tutoring sessions. In comparison with other tutoring[…]

RMC English class visits New York for Spring Break, feature by Sierra Hentges

Over spring break, eight Rocky Mountain College students traveled to New York City with English professor Ashley Kunsa as a part of the Writing and Publishing course. During the trip, students met and interviewed Harper-Collins representatives and other representatives in the publishing industry. The class first met with Ellen Schecter, a children’s book author, former[…]

Rocky hosts 6th annual International Week, feature by Tanja Staben

Rocky Mountain College’s sixth annual International Week took place last week from March 18-22. The International Programs and Rocktivities offered many events for students coinciding with the theme of “embracing the world around us.” Amber West Martin, director of International Programs, explained the motto. “The theme ‘embracing the world around us’ is open ended,” West[…]

Rose Park Elementary launches inclusive playground project, article by Sierra Hentges

The Rose Park Elementary School Parent Teacher Association recently presented a proposal to build a new playground. The project, called the Every Child Plays Inclusive Playground, is raising money for an all-inclusive playground to provide a place where all of Rose Park’s children can explore the world through unencumbered play. Currently, children with special needs[…]

Rocky hosts annual indoor soccer tournament, sports article by Tanja Staben

  From Friday, Feb. 1, to Sunday, Feb. 3, Rocky Mountain College hosted its annual indoor soccer tournament. Twenty-three alumni, student athletes, coaches, and high school teams competed against each other in a total of 52 games during the three days. Head soccer coach Richard Duffy stated, “The primary purpose for hosting the tournament is[…]

Spotlight on RMC’s Black Student Association, article by Roman Jones

  In honor of Black History Month, The Summit is spotlighting Rocky Mountain College’s Black Student Association, a student-run organization formed in 1971. According to library archives, the BSA was founded in order to voice a “basic concern for Black consciousness” and “expose the campus to some aspects of Black life, particularly the awareness of[…]