Rob Smith’s lawyer, Matthew Monforton of Bozeman, shared a statement on Twitter announcing his resignation.
Jack Whitehall once accidentally sent a photo of his rash on his bum to a university lecturer when he tried to email them over to his doctor.
A University of Montana computer science professor has been put on paid leave pending an investigation spurred by reporting by the Montana Kaimin.
“I am personally disgusted by the homophobic and misogynistic views that were reported in the Montana Kaimin," said UM President Seth Bodnar on Monday.
“It’s concerning, the uptick. I’m not going to say it’s not,” the governor said. “It’s why we continue to message around the importance of people considering getting one of these safe and effective vaccines.”
A Black investigative journalist who won a Pulitzer Prize for her groundbreaking work on the bitter legacy of slavery in the U.S. announced Tu…
Before the coronavirus pandemic struck New York City, LaGuardia Community College professor Lucia Fuentes, recognized a language barrier for m…
The new Institute at UM will serve as a statewide hub for health education and research.
Their claims were explosive. Their evidence was weak. These are the leading superspreaders of COVID-19 misinformation.
The Cold War gets played out in a showdown between a Russian grandmaster and an American professor who can’t move a pawn without being drunk. Bill Pullman pulls out all the stops as the troubled teacher who reluctantly steps into the role of hero. It’s far from a classic, but it’s a kick to watch the “Independence Day” president pretend that he’s starring in a remake of “Barfly.” (Netflix)
When economist and Stanford professor Robert Wilson learned he and his colleague Paul Milgrom had won the Nobel Prize, he had to make sure Milgrom was awake so he could hear the good news.
Section 4 of the amendment gives Congress the power to establish a "body" that can, with the support of the vice president, declare that the president is unable to do his job. If they agree the president is unfit, the vice president would take over. But Congress has never set up the body.
As summer winds down and Missoula gulps up the last deep breaths of warm, mountain air, UM’s outdoor spaces are taking center stage.
Jessica Krug, a white George Washington University professor, admitted to having falsely claimed Black identities, saying "I am a culture leech.”
Lectures halls filled back up with socially distanced students Wednesday as classes began at Montana State University Billings, and some stayed empty with professors taking the course out into the overcast summer day.
A University of Pittsburgh professor on the verge of making "very significant findings" researching Covid-19, according to the university, was shot and killed in an apparent murder-suicide over the weekend, police said.
In “Divided We Stand: The Battle Over Women’s Rights and Family Values That Polarized American Politics,” Waller and her writers relied heavily on this comprehensive history of the battle over the ERA and the still-raging culture war it ignited. Spruill, a historian and professor at the University of South Carolina, provides a detailed account of the 1977 Women’s Convention — a pivotal but overlooked event in the women’s movement that’s the focus of a standout episode later in the series. Spruill “did a really impressive job on the political history,” Waller says, “and really giving context to how the battle between the ‘pros’ and the ‘antis’ fit within a larger political history and landscape.”
Remember when you first read this? It’s still that good. Beguiled by their charismatic professor, a group of clever, eccentric misfits at an elite New England college bond and conspire — discovering things about themselves they could never have predicted. It’s still chilling and unique. Tartt’s voice is still astonishing. It’s the most atmospheric novel about loyalty, envy, peer pressure and the power of a secret. Lord of the Flies, but with mostly cool kids. Haunting and memorable, this book is one of a kind.
Velmer Burton, the first of four finalists to lead the University of Montana’s largest sector, the College of Humanities and Sciences, visited campus Monday and presented his ideas for the school.
Some South Jersey blacks have spent decades researching, documenting and spreading the word about the history of African Americans in Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland counties.