The RMC football season comes to an end

“by Megan Logan” At the conclusion of the 2018 football season, the Rocky Mountain College Battlin’ Bears were Frontier Conference champions and were going off to play in the NAIA playoff games. The team’s conference record at the conclusion of last year’s season was 7-3; this year, at the time of this article’s release, the[…]

Student art show displays in the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery

“by Sydney Weaver” On Oct. 24, the Rocky Mountain College Student Art Show opened up in the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery. The show featured student art projects that had been completed over the course of the fall 2019 semester. There were many different types of artwork displayed at the show. The center of the room featured shoes[…]

A recap on RMC’s 2019-2020 enrollment and tuition

“by Jocelyn Anderson” Here are some quick facts about enrollment for the fall 2019 semester, drawn from Rocky Mountain College’s Office of Institutional Research: Enrollment RMC has 840 full-time students seeking undergraduate degrees, 10 parttime students seeking undergraduate degrees and 150 graduate students. This totals to 1,000 students that are currently enrolled at Rocky Mountain College. Faculty At Rocky Mountain College,[…]

Mindfulness Montana helps combat stress on Rocky campus

“by Kajlea Richards” As a college student, it is easy to get wrapped up in the hectic pace of school, work, and having a social life. Often, participating in too many activities at once can lead to feeling over- whelmed and stressed. That is why Janet Dietrich, the founder of Mindfulness Montana, in conjunction with[…]

RMC brings awareness to hunger and homelessness

“by Tanja Staben” Right before Thanksgiving, between Nov. 18-23, Rocky Mountain College is going to host a Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. Shayla Brown, the head of Rocky´s Community Engagement Office, explains, “People may not relate to hunger and homelessness, but it is a big problem.” According to the Billings Gazette, In 2017, 431 people[…]