Montana State University
MISSOULA — Tuition to Montana’s four-year colleges has doubled over the past 14 years, leaving a growing number of students strapped with a mountain of debt as they enter the workforce, a group of advocates said Tuesday.
College can be a rough time for some students, with about one in 10 students reporting they have experienced significant depression or suicidal thoughts during their college careers.
Montana State University’s Counseling and Psychological Services will soon offer expanded suicide prevention resources and mental health outreach services to students with the help of a three-year $248,000 federal grant.
BOZEMAN — A Christian evangelist who calls himself Shawn the Baptist was sprayed with pepper spray while preaching on the campus of Montana State University.
BOZEMAN — Montana State University has hired a livestock judging coach who will manage a team designed to give students hands-on experience in the beef industry.
BOZEMAN -- Montana rallied from a two-set deficit Saturday in beating Montana State 16-25, 21-25, 25-18, 25-22, 15-12 in Big Sky Conference volleyball at Shroyer Gym.
With a unanimous vote after passionate statements of support, the Montana University System Board of Regents approved Thursday the creation of new collaborative mental health research effort at Montana State University in Bozeman.
MSU professor Behrad Noudoost observes brain waves on monitors in his laboratory. Noudoost has linked how our eyes actually see the world to neurons in the prefrontal cortex of the brain.
Three professors from Montana State University will lead a one-day guided bus tour through Yellowstone National Park on Oct. 4.
Near the bottom left corner of page C2, Sunday’s Billings Gazette briefly reported a preventable death.
ENNIS — Search crews have located the body of a 19-year-old Montana State University student who went missing while swimming in a lake in southwestern Montana.
Graphic courtesy of Big Sky Carbon Sequestration Project.This schematic shows the process being used to capture and re-inject carbon dioxide at the Kevin Dome in northern Montana.
Bull bison battle in an annual mating ritual for the right to breed with females in a scene from Roqueta’s documentary.
Growing up in Florida did nothing to prepare Eddie Roqueta for spending hours in the cold of Yellowstone National Park making a film on bison last winter.
A state-leased helicopter pushes a bison back into Yellowstone National Park near West Yellowstone, an annual spring roundup by the Montana Department of Livestock.
After growing up in Florida, Eddie Roqueta decided to pursue a graduate degree at Montana State University in Science and Natural History Filmmaking. His thesis project from last year on Yellowstone’s bison is titled “Silencing the Thunder.”
Roqueta’s next film project is on sun bears in Malaysia, an area he visited last year.