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Welcome to Montana State University. Enjoy a short preview slideshow of some of our favorite traditions.
Catapalooza is a three day festival on Centennial Mall, the main walkway through campus, to welcome new and returning students to campus.
The "M" - built by students in 1916 - is not only a monument of school spirit; it's also one of the area's most popular hiking destinations.
Bobcat Fest is a celebration of graduating seniors on Main Street each April that features a live band, free food, and other giveaways.
Move-In Day is when volunteers from campus and the community show up to welcome new students and help them move into the residence halls.
Blue & Gold Fridays are just that. Every Friday, everyone wears Blue and Gold gear to show their school pride. Go CATS!
Cat/Griz is one of the longest standing football rivalries in the country. Each November, the Cats go head to head with the Grizzlies of UM.
Undie Run is when students show their Bobcat pride by peeling down to their blue and gold bloomers to run a spirited lap around campus.
Gold Rush marks the first home football game of the season and Bobcat fans "fill the stadium with gold" to help kick off the season.
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MSU is the No. 1 choice for students coming to Montana for college. More out-of-state high school graduates enroll at MSU than any other institution in Montana.
MSU is also the top choice for students from Montana. In 2011, more Montana high school graduates enrolled at MSU than any other institution in the state.
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MSU's student run newspaper, The Exponent, comes out on Thursdays.
KGLT is the campus alternative public radio station broadcasting live and streaming at www.kglt.net
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