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There is strong public interest in the proposed Center for Regulation and Applied Economic Analysis (CRAEA) funded by the Charles Koch Foundation. Documents and a recording of MSU Faculty Senate discussion are on our Community Issues page.

Anthony Wood presented an Extreme History talk on Race and Ruination: The Exodus of Montana’s African American Community.

Author Louisa Hall read from her fascinating novel Speak and answered many enthusiastic questions at a One Book One Bozeman event.

Todd Wilkinson and Rick Reese describe the imperative and the purpose for a new publication, Mountain Journal, focusing on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Listen to their MSU Wonderlust Friday Forum presentation.

Candidates for Bozeman Mayor and City Commission made statements and answered questions at an overflow Candidate Forum held at the Public Library.

 Tyrel Thornton spoke at 406 Creatives on Connecting Business Strategy to Creative Thinking.

Max Baucus, former Senator and Ambassador to China, shares candid and insightful stories and observations from his many years of public service.

Montana author Russell Rowland tells stories and reads from his book, Fifty-Six Counties: A Montana Journey. A literary addition to the Gallatin History Series.

Tim Crawford brings a passion for public access and public lands to his protest of the reassignment of Forest Service ranger Alex Sienkiewicz.

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