Wednesday, April 7, 2021

UM students, faculty protest planned cuts to College of Humanities and Sciences - Ashley Nerbovig, Missoulian

  If the cuts are made, sophomore student Dylan Yonce wouldn’t recommend anyone interested in the humanities consider UM, she said. Yonce majors in history and loves her faculty and courses. “If the history department was funded, this school would provide exactly the education I wanted,” Yonce said. University President Seth Bodnar came out to address the students standing outside Main Hall about an hour into the protest. As someone with a master’s degree in economic and social history, he knows the value of studying the humanities, he said.