Jane Van Dyk
I am voting for Amanda Curtis for the U.S. Senate in November, and I'd like to tell you why. She's from Butte, where I'm from, which is a good thing. She has the courage of her convictions. As we used to say in Butte, "We don't take nothin' from nobody."
Jane Van Dyk, a Billings Symphony Orchestra and Chorale board member, will be honored during the “Celebrate Spring” fundraiser prior to Saturday’s season-ending concert.
Call it government-induced “cabin fee-ver.”
Jane Van Dyk, Rocky Mountain College associate vice president and director of Services of Academic Success, will retire in June after 22 years on campus.
Jane Van Dyk got a jump-start on her retirement by beginning some things she wants to continue in her new life.
Rocky Mountain College junior Shane McClurg dressed up for an awards ceremony Wednesday.
I support Sen. Jon Tester because he is an honest, straight-talking, authentic Montana farmer and a man of his word. Although his opponent is trying to make him out as an Obama clone, Tester has an independent streak. He voted against the administration when he voted for the pipeline, for de…
Dr. Elizabeth McNamer will deliver a talk, "Digging Up Women," at the AAUW meeting, at 11:30 a.m., on Sept. 8 at Rocky Mountain College's Prescott Hall.
Rocky Mountain College was fortunate in hosting Pam Bucy as our guest speaker on TRiO Day March 15, a day when colleges and universities across the country gather to celebrate the accomplishments of our students. Bucy grew up in Townsend and graduated from RMC in '91 with a triple major. She…
Traditionally, Rocky Mountain College has had a strong American Indian presence, with a higher percentage of native students than most four-year campuses in the state.
A recent poll published in The Billings Gazette shows that a majority of Montanans strongly disapprove of the Legislature's doings in Helena. Count me in that number. The Republican majorities in both houses are hell-bent on a path that will lead to job loss and significant harm to Montanans…