RMC students walking to class

RMC’s Enrollment Remains Steady Amid Pandemic by Tressa Nopper

Rocky Mountain College has managed to maintain relatively steady enrollment amid the coronavirus pandemic. The pandemic began affecting RMC with all classes going online starting in March 2020. At the beginning of the Fall 2020 semester, some classes returned to an in-person format, with social distancing and sanitation measures in place. Changes to campus life[…]

RMC Volleyballs, from RMC Volleyball Facebook Page

Rocky Volleyball Has High Hopes For Season Ahead by Tori Cybulski

The Rocky Volleyball team volleys on despite Covid-19 restrictions and their regular season being moved to the spring. Volleyball, like most fall sports at Rocky Mountain College, had their regular season moved to the Spring semester due to Covid-19. The team hasn’t been out of the gym, though. They started the semester with weight-lifting and[…]

Tips for COVID-19 prevention. Photo courtesy of the Pennsylvania Department of Health.

How to Respond to the COVID-19 Pandemic as a Rocky Student by Megan Logan

It seems redundant to write about the coronavirus, or COVID-19 since it’s flooding everyone’s newsfeeds, but it’s something important and something that is affecting our campus community.  First and foremost, understand that while social distancing sucks, it is incredibly important that you follow the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendation. The longer people ignore[…]

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). Photo courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control.

A Recap of RMC’s COVID-19 Response by Jocelyn Anderson

Rocky Mountain College has been working on campus-wide solutions due to COVID-19. When a pandemic breaks out, it can be hard to know what the best course of action is for an institution. Ultimately, the college should have its students’ best interests in mind, especially when it comes to their health and safety. Here is[…]