O/B Staff

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Described by a former intern as "abrasive, egotistical, and borderline psychotic," editor and publisher Mike England firmly believes in the power of negative reinforcement. Read more >>
Growing up in a small Montana town on the Rocky Mountain Front, it was surprising for Chris McCarthy to learn that other people don’t just go out their front door to hike, hunt, or fish.  Luckily he never had to leave the state to learn to appreciate the wonderful opportunities a Read more >>
David Tucker hails from the urban wasteland of New York City, and the rest of the O/B staff never holds that against him. Who are we kidding, we always hold it against him. Read more >>
Not all who wander are lost; however, some truly are! Although Simon Peterson told his family that he moved here to attend MSU, we all know photo editor Simon Peterson moved here to chase the steep and deep. Read more >>
Raised in Maine, Melissa Doar is a lover of the outdoors, hard cider, and sarcasm. Her passions include skiing, hiking, camping, unsuccessfully flyfishing, and taking embarrassing photos of her family. Melissa has 15 years of graphic design and marketing experience. Read more >>
Born in Burlington, Vermont, assistant photo editor Ian Roderer came to Montana to ski and somehow graduated from MSU in the process. Four years proved sufficent to transform him into a bona fide VerMontanan. Read more >>
Eighteen years ago, Andra Spurr made the move to Bozeman from Newport, Rhode Island. Clean air, no traffic or lines, and friendly people made Montana just the place to be. Read more >>
Easily disoriented, often confused, and prone to minor but embarrassing injury, O/B contributing editor Drew Pogge should probably stay inside for safety reasons. Read more >>
Usually found wheezing somewhere in the mountains, Dawn Brintnall is a collector of bruises and a master of none. She has a keen sense for bad puns and is always looking for the next great sufferfest.  Read more >>
An out-of-stater from Colorado, Cordelia Pryor moved to Bozeman to ski, hike, paddle, and occasionally attend classes at MSU. Underqualified and generally incapable, she landed an internship with O/B by some sort of divine intervention. Occasionally, she was a great intern. Read more >>
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