“All Time,” an example of “wilderness sublime” photography by Rocky Mountain College art professor Dave Shumway, will be part of the upcoming faculty art show.
Junior guard Tyree Anderson, who transferred to Rocky from Miles Community College in January 2013, is the Battlin’ Bears’ leading scorer at 18.5 points per game.
Oliver Gore scored 20 of Rocky Mountain College's 44 goals this season, helping the Battlin' Bears reach the NAIA playoffs for the second consecutive year.
Dave Shumway's lifelong love of photography began at age 4, when he took his first photos.
Dave Shumway became a shutterbug the first time he picked up a camera.
RMC student Becca Severson grimaces as her hair is cut during 2012's “Go Bald” event at Rocky Mountain College.
Sophomore midfielder Mikey Wall and Rocky Mountain College will entertain Jamestown (N.D.) College Saturday afternoon in a first-round game of the NAIA men’s soccer championship tournament on Rocky’s Wendy’s Field.
In the back of their minds when Kay Foster, Mike Mathew and Kim and Don Olsen purchased the Babcock Theatre in 2008 was bringing movies back to the historic theater.
A showcase of the top 8 films in the Magic City Shorts Film Festival is set for 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 29 at the Babcock Theatre. Comedian Lukas Seely will emcee. For a description of the films, see filmmaker biographies. Here is the running order for the evening session:
The Billings Gazette Enjoy and Babcock Theatre have selected the Top 8 films in the Magic City Shorts film festival.
The public is invited to join a Rocky Mountain College trip to Tanzania, Africa, on July 30, 2013.
Rocky Mountain College senior basketball player Callie Eike, second from left, was all smiles on Senior Night Saturday at the Fortin Center as she was escorted to midcourt by her husband, Kale, left, along with her mother, Cassie, and father, Duey Kautzmann.
Although the temperature hovered around freezing with gusts up to 65 mph, there was no snow, no sea ice and the boggy tundra remained unfrozen, an instructional introduction for a contingent of Rocky Mountain College students who had trekked north to see the effects of a warming climate on …
Rocky Mountain College professor Kayhan Ostovar, center, helps guide his students, Vincent Leedham and Bo Walker, as they conduct research in Churchill, Manitoba.
A 5-year-old male polar bear lies behind willows as high winds blow along the shores of Hudson Bay near Churchill, Manitoba. Rocky Mountain College students ventured to the remote town in mid-October for a firsthand look at climate change.