For young girls only into their first years of school, college might seem far away.
Rocky Mountain College art professor Mark Moak stands in front of a stained glass window depicting Jesus' crucifixion at First Presbyterian Church in Billings.
A stained glass window in the First Presbyterian Church captures Jesus' crucifixion.
Ellen and the Old School are set to play Saturday at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co.'s Garage Pub. From left are bassist Sam Hamm, vocalist Ellen Moak, drummer Mark Moak, and guitarist Scot Ninnemann.
For some recent college graduates, playing music with your dad and one of your college professors may not have much appeal.
What started as a cattle auction to benefit Rocky Mountain College students 25 years ago has grown into a full-blown dinner party where a quarter of a million dollars will be raised.
The red-twigged dogwood wreaths came early in Helen Tolliver’s career.
Recruiting international students can be difficult when your school name doesn’t end in “university.”
Heather Grotbo is finishing a double major in geology and art at Rocky Mountain College.
Rocky Mountain College art professor Mark S. Moak’s 2009 digital photo “Unicorn Beetle’’ is part of a faculty art show in the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery in Tech Hall. (Courtesy photo)