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Don’t let bad critics determine your life, column by Michaela Shifley

As I sat down to contemplate writing the last newspaper column of my college career, I found that I was stuck. What topic would be most appropriate for a last column? Should I talk about saying goodbye? Should I give deep words of wisdom for my fellow peers at Rocky Mountain College? I couldn’t decide.[…]

Tech Hall as it is present day. Though there have been countless remodels to modernize the building, the exterior is still recognizable from its original conception.
photo courtesy of Kobi Hudson

Addressing the 4-credit system, column by Roman Jones

Competition for jobs is only becoming more prevalent. Our education system owes it to students to give us every advantage available to better prepare us for the job market. When students are prepared, they can go into the world and obtain jobs easier than if they were not equipped with the necessary tools. The initiative[…]

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Rocky Beats, article, photo by Nico Cordero

Every school needs a way to give a voice to its students. Colleges and universities are places where prospective leaders, dreamers, and future teachers go for guidance. College students learn not only from their professors, but also from each other. Fostering community at a college through media enables the spread of new and insightful ideas.[…]

drawing by Ann Truong/Google

Wake up, you lazy millennials! column by David Fejeran

I don’t want to sound high and mighty, but when I look at this generation, I can’t help but feel like we’re doomed. Look around you. This generation is completely out of touch with reality. They spend all their time on social media sites instead of spending time with their family or taking time to[…]

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Groundbreaking ceremony ushers in big changes to RMC campus, feature column by Lea Hippauf, photo by Nico Cordero

On April 9, one of Rocky Mountain College’s long-term dreams came true when ground was broken for a new science building and football stadium. The project, called ImpACT Today, Transform Tomorrow, came to fruition in early November 2015, when RMC’s Board of Trustees approved breaking ground for the renovation and expansion of the RMC science[…]

RMC senior Ramon Ochoa will represent the college through a state-wide music association.

RMC senior selected to represent music department at state level, article by Jazmin Mitchell, photos courtesy of Ramon Ochoa

Senior Ramón Ochoa has been chosen to represent Rocky Mountain College’s music department as Vice President of the National Association for Music Educators (NAfME) for the state of Montana. If all goes according to plan, Ochoa will move a step up and represent RMC as the President of NAfME during the 2016-17 school year. It[…]

Senior Aileen Denny made almost all of her painting materials.

Senior art show exhibits bring fine art, creativity to RMC, article, photos by Michaela Shifley

The Ryniker-Morrison Gallery in Tech Hall began hosting its last art show of the semester on April 12, with the exhibit set to end on May 7. Appropriately dubbed the “Senior Show,” the gallery is showcasing a variety of fine art pieces from four graduating RMC seniors: Aileen Denny, Michaela Kirby, Megan Faulkner, and Cassandra[…]