Visitors observing the memorabilia at the Black History 101 Mobile Museum.
Photo taken by Grace Schroeder

Rocky Celebrates Black History Month by Katie Eliason

Rocky Mountain College celebrated Black History Month on Feb 4 2021 by hosting the Black History 101 Mobile Museum in Fraley Lounge. According to blackhistorymobilemuseum.com, Dr. Khalid el-Hakim is the Founder/CEO of the museum. Tracy Mouser, the coordinator for student activities explains that “over the last thirty years, he has been collecting over seven thousand[…]

Photo of protests against the integration of the Little Rock Nine.
Image by John T. Bledsoe

What RMC Bears can do to fight racism: Black History Month and Beyond [OPINION] by Tressa Nopper

Following the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man killed by the Minneapolis police, protests sprung up across the country. The summer of 2020 was historic partially because of its protests, as activists demanded a change in police departments across the country. People of all backgrounds took to the streets to protest the deaths[…]

The 2021 Battlin' Bears Ski Team at Lookout are all smiles under their masks

Battlin’ Bears Dominate at Lookout Pass by Sydney Weaver

Rocky Mountain’s Battlin’ Bears ski team attended their first 2021 US Collegiate Ski Association (USCSA) race at Lookout Pass on the border of MT and ID. Rocky competed with Lookout Pass’s own junior race team and two other USCSA schools: the College of Idaho and the University of Idaho. On Sat Jan 30, the men[…]

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[…]