Last summer, a team of graduate students from Harvard University rolled into White Sulphur Springs to lend a hand to one of the central Montana town’s best known businesses, Red Ants Pants.
There’s an adage that says “the more things change, the more they remain the same.” Certainly, over the past decade we have seen wild fluctuations in our economy, the rise and fall of entire industries and the house market ping-pong across the scale. Those weren’t the only changes, though.
When the next generation looks back on Iraq and Afghanistan they will see that one of the steepest costs of these wars was the obligation we incurred to our veterans.
The firefighters filled the barrels at the end of the West Fork Rock Creek Road. The barrels were loaded in a U-Haul van for transport to Billings, where they would be shipped by UPS to Cambridge, Mass.
Beartooth Ranger District firefighter Drew Brown places a siphon hose in the West Fork of Rock Creek in preparation for pumping water.
Ben Wagner, left, and Drew Brown of the Beartooth Ranger District prime the water pump.
Daniel Green binds water barrels together atop wooden pallets before filling them. Green, a graduate student at Harvard University, studies human evolutionary biology.
An academic career that includes appearances by Samuel Eliot Morison and Arlo Guthrie has to be interesting.
Seventy-five years ago, geologists from Princeton University decided to open a summer field station in the Rocky Mountains.
BOSTON - For many of us, the holidays offer an opportunity to gather with family and friends, and participate in community and workplace activities. Social connections like these not only give us pleasure, they also influence our health. People who have satisfying relationships have been sho…