Billings She Wolves tear into new season, column, photo courtesy of Alicia Bravo

Many Montana natives may remember The Outlaws Indoor Football League (IFL), one of the few professional football teams that represented Billings on the national scale. They were also two-time defending champions. The team was dismantled in 2010 when the devastating tornado tore down the Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark Arena, home of the famous Outlaws.[…]

Close but no cigar: Senate rejects Tobacco-Free RMC, article by David Fejeran

On March 31, the Associated Students of Rocky Mountain College voted “no” for a proposed policy that would make RMC Tobacco-Free. The movement behind the proposal, Tobacco-Free RMC, has formulated its policies in part based off of Tobacco-Free policies from other colleges, including the policy held by MSUB. The movement is largely led by a[…]

The positive effects of negative criticism, column by Cade Kiedrowski

Writing for the Summit puts me, or rather my writing and beliefs, in a unique and healthy position. As the Summit is peer reviewed by a set of editors, and further appraised by you, the reader, everything that I write is subject to the opinions of others. My work is criticized. Often, these criticisms are[…]


RMC Track quartet wins All-American title, column by Brenden Leaming, photo by Coach Yoall Akyei

In the first week of March, Rocky Mountain College’s Fred Petsch, Brenden Leaming, Gino Giovagnoli, and Benson Koech traveled to Johnson City, Tennessee, to run in the NAIA National Championship indoor track meet. They qualified their Distance Medley Relay in Brookings, South Dakota and then prepared to compete against some of the best athletes in[…]

I think I drank the wrong Kool-Aid, column by Tessa Fraser

When I was little, like most children, I used to play silly games all the time with my friends. We ran around the neighborhood playing tag, set up tea parties with our Barbies, and (my personal favorite) we pretended we were super spy Army women. With my college graduation looming, those days of make believe[…]


RMC’s Physician Assistant Studies program offers fast track career path, article by Michaela Shifley

With commencement less than a month away, many students may be feeling the pressure to find a job. Fortunately for the students currently enrolled in Rocky Mountain College’s Master of Physician Assistant (PA) Studies program, job hunting just became much easier. According to the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA), the Master’s Degree[…]


Battling of the operating systems, article by Eric Monroe

With cell phones playing such a major role in modern life, most people would agree it is good to know the pros and cons of the two major operating systems so you know which phone to get next, or at least what makes your phone great. Arguably the two most signi cant operating systems on[…]


Senior Kyle Palmer uses his RMC education to develop his businesses, article, photo by Nico Cordero

Kyle Palmer is a main provider of entertainment in the city of Billings. Currently, Palmer is a full-time senior attending Rocky Mountain College and is studying elementary education. Palmer has created a variety of companies around Billings like “PlayHardEntertainment,” which offers concerts, events, and dances for people in Billings. Recognized artists from a variety of[…]