William Stanley Yellow Robe Jr. died on July 19 after a long illness. He was given an Honorary Doctorate of Fine Arts by the University of Montana last year.
The University of Montana’s COVID-19 response team is now recommending the use of masks or face coverings regardless of vaccination status after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued updated guidance this week.
Schweyen and her sister left UM in the spring.
Some may say that journalism is dead, but the students at the University of Montana’s School of Journalism summer camp would beg to differ.
Scientists have been scrambling to document how animals use microclimates to survive, and what might happen as the macroclimate governing whole continents changes around them.
Even with wages that pay higher than the statewide average, the high-tech industry is facing a workforce shortage due to the high cost of housing.
The cost to remodel a University of Montana dorm has doubled due to price increases for materials both locally and nationally.
President Joe Biden's pick to oversee U.S. lands in the Western states stonewalled a 1989 investigation into the sabotage of an Idaho timber sale, a former federal law enforcement officer alleged in a letter released Thursday.
Hundreds gathered outside the new Missoula Public Library’s front doors Wednesday to celebrate a grand opening that was nearly five years in the making.
The intergenerational knowledge of edible plants held by Iko’tsimiskimaki “Ekoo” Beck can be traced back at least six generations.
By the time the class of 2025 graduates from the University of Montana, more than $100 million in student-centered infrastructure upgrades should be complete on campus.
Former University of Montana student Martin Iosefo has been named to the United States men's rugby sevens team that will compete in the Olympics.
Three days before William "Bill" Anderson was set to marry his high school sweetheart in the summer of 1960, he lined up at the starting line of a race in Missoula.
The finding is the result of a Title IX sexual misconduct and retaliation investigation by the university.
In March 2022, Deena Mansour will embark on a two-week trip to Taiwan to meet with at least eight universities to create connections with UM.
Montana’s Black Law Students Association and the Montana Innocence Project will host a virtual panel on mass incarceration on Thursday.
The “Clark Spork,” branded as a limited-edition “multifunctional culinary adventuring utensil,” probably wouldn’t exist without COVID.
High housing costs are driving up the cost of healthcare, according to the CEO of the Montana Hospital Association.