First seen in: The Montana Kaimin UM student Marita Growing Thunder spent her spring break walking 80 miles by foot through […]
For Nick Feistner, 28, a mechanic who lives outside Missoula, a forgotten $20 speeding ticket turned into a three-year stint of joblessness and homelessness.
First seen in: 25th annual Festival of the Dead procession
National public lands day 2017: the Mount Dean Stone Project
As women who work and play in wilds but still live in cities, if not only when we must, we need clothes that can keep up with our adventures and dance between those two worlds. The Andraste dress from Kind Apparel does just that.
A screenshot from Women's Voices for the Earth's video pointing out the lack of ingredient transparency in feminine hygiene products.
Four months after I-182, also known as the Montana Medical Marijuana Initiative, passed, Missoula’s medical marijuana dispensaries are still waiting on an uncertain future of regulations in Montana.
I stood naked staring in the mirror at my stomach again. The morning ritual of “Am I fat today?” when it slammed into me like a boulder.
Nicholas Gilbert and his dog lived in a Chevy Conversion van to save money his freshman year at the University of Montana.
Photo courtesy of Nicholas Gilbert
Alicia Leggett has worked as a ski patroller for the past four years. When she moved from California to Missoula, she started working at Montana Snowbowl, where she stands on the deck of the ski patrol hut Jan. 29, 2017.
The Student Involvement Network and the Black Student Union are joining forces to bring a series of events to the University of Montana in celebration of Black History Month.
Early numbers estimate 10,000 marchers gathered for the Women’s March on Montana in Helena Saturday. The Montana march joined 600 other Women’s Marches all over America and the world one day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Days spent staring at my hiking shoes stepping, one two three; hanging from ropes above valleys, watching sunrises from the bare tops of mountains, holding my breath between a rivers crashing waves, grinning smiles full of powder, these are the moments that empower me as a person and as a woman. This is how I live my life most purely.
Eric Wall projecting a trad climb on the Kim Williams Trail in Missoula, MT.
A little effort, a little thought, and a little love will turn your MSR stove into a five star kitchen.