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Julie (Tschetter) Seedhouse has been named vice president for advancement at Rocky Mountain College.
William and Merilyn Ballard have received Rocky Mountain College’s 2011 Philanthropist of the Year Award.
Sharon and Neal Lininger have pledged a scholarship endowment of $420,000 that will be funded by a life insurance policy. The policy will establish a $420,000 scholarship fund for Rocky Mountain College upon Sharon’s death.
Gary Mullen has been named director and assistant professor of equestrian studies at Rocky Mountain College.
The public is invited to join Rocky Mountain College students on a December 2011 trip to China.
Three of six recipients of Montana Academy of Sciences grants for graduate and undergraduate research across the state are biology students at Rocky Mountain College.
Events are planned this week at Rocky Mountain College to recognize Earth Day.
Actor, mime and educator Bill Bowers will return to his alma mater to deliver this year’s 129th Rocky Mountain College Commencement Address on at 1 p.m. May 7 in the Fortin Education Center.
On Nov. 18, at 3 and 4 p.m., Rocky Mountain College will host informational meetings about study-abroad opportunities to Israel and Italy. The meetings will take place in the Selover room in the Bair Student Center on the RMC campus.
Mary Schvetz notebook. (Courtesy photo)
Mary Schvetz' notebook. (Courtesy photo)
After student teaching this fall, Emily Lambert hopes to serve in the Peace Corps. (Courtesy photo)
Emily Lambert did something during her college career that only one other student in her class -Steven Koston - accomplished. She earned the highest cumulative grade point average in her class.
Dave Lambers hopes to be certified as an EMT this summer. (Courtesy photo)
If you watched a Rocky Mountain College football game over the past four seasons, chances are you didn't pay much attention to the player wearing No. 73, but you should have.
Rocky Mountain College's Mary Schvetz participated in a Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks research project at Cooney Reservoir, ice fishing for ling and documenting their condition. (Courtesy photo)
It was cold inside the quinzhee in Yellowstone Park, but not as cold as the outside air, remembers Mary Schvetz about the ice caves they built and slept in. Being chilled in the park is still one of the Rocky Mountain College graduating senior's most memorable moments.
Rocky Mountain College will be a little different next year.
Kristin Mullaney was a positive influence throughout her RMC career. (Courtesy photo)
Dustin Schneider was an exceptional winner of three department academic awards at Rocky Mountain College. (Courtesy photo)
Dustin Schneider, of Lewistown, achieved something no other Rocky Mountain College graduating senior ever managed to do.
A mainstay of the Montana Logging & Ballet Co. and of his alma mater will be “dialing back” his career this month when he retires as a senior development officer for Rocky Mountain College.
Back from a summer in Sarajevo, Shelby Jo Long-Hammond still wakes up in the middle of the night with "Sniper Alley" on her mind.
Rocky Mountain College will present this year's Philanthropists of the Year Award to James R. and Sandra M. Almond at a 5:30 p.m. reception on Thursday.
The Intercollegiate Flight Team at Rocky Mountain College has been selected to compete at the national competition of the National Intercollegiate Flying Association.
The fourth annual Rocky Mountain College Symposium on Religion and Culture will focus on religion and politics.
The Fortin Family Foundation will be honored with the Rocky Mountain College Philanthropist of the Year Award.