2 “Salvatore Battista was born on August 10th, 1918,” Callie read aloud. It had taken her less than five minutes to find what I had been looking for. I had seen this librarian only once before, lingering in the back stacks of the bookcases in the basement. She had short curly hair that produced[…]
On Saturday, October 23 the Rocky Mountain College men’s and women’s soccer teams honored their seniors in the final home games of the season. Senior players’ friends and family packed the stands at Wendy’s field to support. Each senior received a framed jersey that the team has signed to remind them of their time at[…]
In October, I felt the most awake on nights like these, when the moon was full of itself and the wind spun my hair in its bony fingers. The lamplight of the campus kept away any uneasiness that usually comes with walking alone at night and Losekamp Hall sat before me as alive in the[…]
The Rocky Mountain College Battlin’ Bears went head to head against the Carroll College Saints on Sat Oct. 23 at Herb-Clindt Field. The Bears came out victorious, leading the Saints 39-34. The Summit’s photographer Oliver Walker documented the game.
Four Rocky Mountain College students have been hard at work since mid-September— rehearsing for their upcoming show “How to Survive an Apocalypse.” This play, written by Jordan Hall, was published in 2018. The production follows a well-off married couple. The couple eventually begins to believe their lifestyle is falling apart, and in their panic, the[…]
On Sat. Oct. 23, Rocky Mountain College will play their rivals Carroll College at 1:00 on Herb-Klindt Field. The rivalry between the two teams has been going on for a while now, so, what’s the beef? Since the early 2000s, Rocky and Carroll have had a heated rivalry as the two major[…]
The Rocky Mountain College Battlin’ Bears football team made it official in August: Coach Sam Mora has been promoted to the team’s quarterback coach. Hired in July of 2019, Mora has spent the past two seasons in various roles for the Battlin’ Bears, including offensive assistant in 2019 before being promoted to running back coach[…]
Do you like to travel? Would you like the opportunity to hear from amazing speakers throughout the country? If your answer happens to be “yes,” I encourage you to learn more about Young Americans for Freedom (YAF). During my freshman year at Rocky Mountain College, I joined the newly-founded Young Americans for Freedom chapter[…]
If you follow Rocky Mountain College on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter, then you’re familiar with the work of Grace Schroeder. As RMC’s Communications and Social Media Coordinator, Schroeder is busy with her position, which she has held since August of 2020. The native Wisconsinite schedules tweets, posts, and interacts with our online community in[…]
One major change separated the Saturday, Sep 25th choral performance from all other performances the previous year. It wasn’t the church it was held in nor was it the songs that were sung that made this concert such a special one. Rather, it was the sea of faces staring back at us in replacement of[…]
Growing up, I was told like many of you, that “He was the one who discovered America.” It took nearly two decades of my life to decipher the Columbus Day myth for what it was: a colonizer’s narrative born out of a stolen country steeped in genocide. These are strong words, I know, but these[…]
On Saturday, Oct 2, 2021 Rocky Mountain College’s women’s varsity volleyball team came out victorious over Montana Tech after a 5 set match. Rocky was down after 2 but came back to win the remaining 3 sets. The Summit’s photographer Oliver Walker was there to document the game.
Have you ever wondered what that building is in the Tyler Hall parking lot? Well, that is Billings Studio Theatre (commonly called BST)! BST is a community theatre that has been dedicated to providing Billings with live performances for 68 years. BST is a rather[…]
I’ve been through two universities, three years, seven semesters, and too many Midterms to count. Finals are considerably the hardest periods of a student’s tenure in higher education, Midterms, however, are the forgotten hardship. They are the first litmus test as to where you are within a class; they come upon you quickly and subversively.[…]
Autumn My best friend was born in October- My love, in late November- And my beloved sister, But a week before. And for reasons I can’t remember Be it the sweaters or the weather Or the sweeping orange splendour I love Autumn all the more. Split If I could split myself So[…]