Rocky’s Community Fridge By Rosalyn Visser Of The Summit Staff

  This February, Rocky Mountain College’s Enactus students opened Rocky’s Community Fridge in the library. The Community Fridge is here to support Rocky by offering healthy food for anyone who needs it. This project was started under Rocky’s Enactus group, and Enactus itself is an international organization that is focused on getting students involved in

Stop and Listen: Music From Rocky Students, For Rocky Students By Jacob Wissinger of The Summit Staff

It is currently 0 degrees Fahrenheit at 2:30 p.m. with a potential high of 3 degrees in the next 3 days. Forced indoors and filling the time alone or with friends lends itself to music in abundance and depth. Our peers here at Rocky Mountain College are no strangers to sophistication and taste, so with

Ceramic artists show eclectic works at Rocky Gallery by Kamryn Pitcher

Rocky Mountain College’s Ryniker-Morrison Gallery is overflowing with new works from the Red Lodge Clay Center as part of the annual exhibition with their artists-in-residence, including Lukas Easton, Bill Jones, Teresa Larrabee, and Christopher Watt. All of the artists showing works began their residencies in the fall of 2021. Easton’s work challenges what popular culture

Candlelight Lore: The history of Rocky’s Candlelight Dinner By Rosalyn Visser Of The Summit

A few weeks ago, Rocky Mountain College hosted its 112th annual Candlelight Dinner. While the majority of students enjoyed the lovely roast beef dinner by candlelight, not many are aware of the history behind this Rocky tradition.   Rocky, or Billings Polytechnic Institute (BPI) at the time, had many difficulties in the beginning. A transcript

Women’s Basketball Photo Story By Ollie Walker of The Summit Staff

Congratulations to the women’s basketball team, bringing home the 2022 Frontier Conference Championship! The Bears finished the season 24-4 and will head into the conference tournament as the Number One Seed. RMC will host the first round of the postseason basketball tournament on Sat, Feb 26 at 7:00 pm.          

A Rock’n’Roll Love Story By Sydney Weaver of the Summit Staff

The history of rock and roll is littered with love ballads that have defined generations for years. Songs from The Beatles, Foreigner, and The Rolling Stones have conveyed love stories, and stories about breakups that one can’t help but dance to and find something toy Mountain College, the History of Rock and Roll class is

Keeping New Year’s Resolutions Beyond January By Rosalyn Visser Of the Summit Staff

With the start of 2022, many people made New Year’s Resolutions. Whether they resolved to be healthier, get off of TikTok, or spend more time with loved ones, lots of people set new goals for themselves. All of these, and countless other resolutions of self-improvement, are valid promises that individuals made to better themselves.  Many

Jacob’s Ladder: ‘Dune’ is better than any of the ‘Star Wars’ movies By Jacob Wissinger of The Summit Staff

More than any movie this year, “Dune” gave me hope that big movies with big ideas on big screens have a future. Legendary director Martin Scorcese calls the modern Hollywood blockbuster an amusement park, to which the rankings of sci-fi and comic book films are amongst the highest-grossing bolster.  Rightfully, one could look at “Dune”