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Rocky’s Art Department welcomes new art professor By Sydney Weaver

Dr. Meredith Munson has been hired as the new Rocky Mountain College art professor. For the first time at Rocky, there will be a dedicated art history professor who will help the art department expand the curriculum by adding global perspectives in art-making from prehistoric times to today. With the addition of a new professor,[…]


Kamryn’s Korner: Toil and Trouble: How Macbeth Meets Us Today

Having only ever seena comedically doomed high school rendition of Macbeth, the Aquila Theatre company’s Friday night performance at the Alberta Bair Theater revolutionized my limited live-action Shakespeare experiences, solidifying the famous tragedy as an all-time favorite. As many know, the Bard’s play, or Shakespeare’s Scottish play, as it was called for the entirety of[…]


Student Spotlight: Tommy Whitford By Jacob Wissinger of The Summit Staff 4/1

Rocky Mountain College freshman Tommy Whitford, who is following his father into aviation, shares what he likes about Rocky and how his autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) channel is an outlet for his quirky creativity.   Where are you from?   Ogden, Utah   What do you study?   Aeronautical Science (flight operations)   What[…]

Senior guard N'Dea Flye

Rocky’s Women’s Basketball Team makes school history at NAIA National Championships By Sydney Weaver of The Summit

Rocky Mountain College’s Women’s Basketball Team made school history this year as the first team to win 29 games, ending their historic season with a loss in the fourth round of the 2022 NAIA Women’s Basketball National Championship.  Their game against Thomas More University was a back and forth battle throughout the entire game, with[…]


The Duck Variations: Rocky’s Spring Play By Rosalyn Visser of The Summit Staff

The Theatre Arts Department at Rocky Mountain College has a play that is about to open, and it matches the spring theme: The Duck Variations! Director Jayme Green and student assistant director Mariah Cathey put a unique twist on this David Mamet play—what is written as a two-person show, now has six actors.    Cathey[…]

Kamryn is a Junior Transfer from Whitworth University in Spokane, WA, and a creative writing major and art minor, she loves writing poetry and short stories, and can usually be found in the library basement reading a book she will likely never finish.

The Dutton Family “Yellowstone” Feigns to Mention By Kamryn Pitcher

A small glimpse into Rocky’s connection to the real-life Dutton family, as not seen on TV. With an audience of about 9.3 million viewers following the season four finale, it’s safe to say much of the allure outsiders find in Montana can  be drawn back to Paramount’s series “Yellowstone.” The show romanticizes the West, portraying[…]

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Rocky Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track and Field Teams Compete at Nationals By: Student Contributor Larissa Saarel

  Rocky Mountain College track and field athletes ran down the competition on the big stage the first weekend of March.  Two male athletes and two female athletes represented the Rocky Mountain track team at the annual NAIA Indoor Track and Field National Championship event in Brookings, South Dakota. The event took place March 3[…]


RMC Men’s Golf Team Kicks Off Their Spring Season in Lake Las Vegas Photo Story and Recap by Oliver Walker of the Summit Staff

RMC’s Men’s Golf Team competed at the Lake Las Vegas Intercollegiate Tournament to kick off their spring season on Feb 28 to Mar 2 at Reflection Bay Golf Club. The Battlin’ Bears were led by junior Haydn Driver who ended up tying for 49th place out of the 84 golfers in the field. Coach Bailey[…]


Golf Photo Story By Oliver Walker of The Summit Staff

  Rocky Women’s Golf Starts Second Half with Third Place Finish in Arizona In Prescott, Arizona, on Mar 8, 2022 the RMC Women’s Golf team finished their first spring tournament in third place. Claire Wright led the lady bears and finished in second place. Overall, the women finished in third place, their lowest result so[…]