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The University of Montana has announced that Seth Bodner will become the 18th President of the university.  Bodner and his wife Chelsea, a Missoula native, have three children, and plan to be in Missoula for Homecoming festivities next week. (UM Photo)
The University of Montana has announced that Seth Bodner will become the 18th President of the university. Bodner and his wife Chelsea, a Missoula native, have three children, and plan to be in Missoula for Homecoming festivities next week. (UM Photo)
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UM Hires Seth Bodnar as 18th President

   MISSOULA – Montana University System leaders announced today that Seth Bodnar has accepted the offer to be the next president of the University of Montana...

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A model of the Shakespeare’s Globe set under construction at UM (UM Photo)
A model of the Shakespeare’s Globe set under construction at UM (UM Photo)
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UM School of Theatre & Dance brings London’s Globe Theatre to Missoula

MISSOULA – The University of Montana School of Theatre & Dance’s production of “As You Like It” marks the beginning of a new project for the school: the construction of a reusable set that is an homage to London’s famed “wooden O,” better known as Shakespeare’s Globe.

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The Kenow Fire left its mark on Waterton Lakes National Park. The park's visitor Center was lost, but firefighters saved the townsite and the iconic Prince of Wales Hotel. (Parks Canada Photo)
The Kenow Fire left its mark on Waterton Lakes National Park. The park's visitor Center was lost, but firefighters saved the townsite and the iconic Prince of Wales Hotel. (Parks Canada Photo)
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Kenow Fire Continues in Waterton Park 9-18-17 12:30pm

The rain and snow that helped wildfire suppression efforts in Montana late last week largely missed southeastern British Columbia and southwestern Alberta, where the Kenow Fire has now burned 89,000 acres, including a portion of Waterton Lakes National Park...

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UM students, faculty and staff members don colorful moccasins during “Rock Your Mocs” Day on Sept. 23. The University is celebrating American Indian heritage with several events on campus Monday Sept. 18 through Friday, Sept. 22. (UM Photo)
UM students, faculty and staff members don colorful moccasins during “Rock Your Mocs” Day on Sept. 23. The University is celebrating American Indian heritage with several events on campus Monday Sept. 18 through Friday, Sept. 22. (UM Photo)
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UM to Celebrate American Indian Heritage Sept. 18-22

     MISSOULA – The University of Montana plans a five-day celebration to recognize American Indian heritage, Monday through Friday, Sept...

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Dennis Eck (left) views progress on Liberal Arts Building renovations with UM architect Jameel Chaudhry in June. (Photo by UM student Will McKnight.)
Dennis Eck (left) views progress on Liberal Arts Building renovations with UM architect Jameel Chaudhry in June. (Photo by UM student Will McKnight.)
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Board of Regents Approves Naming of Eck Hall on UM Campus

MISSOULA – Today the Montana University System Board of Regents approved the naming of Dennis and Gretchen Eck Hall, the south wing of the Liberal Arts Building at the University of Montana, in recognition of the couple’s $8...

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