Monday, November 24, 2008
Student tickets went on sale Sunday evening at the University Center for the annual Cat/Griz football game.
As reporter Holly Baker and photographer Caitlin Mallory found some students think the tickets were well worth the wait.
The University of Montana is turning down the heat as part of gov. Brian Schweitzer's 20/10 innitiave, which calls for state agencies to scale back energy use by 20 percent by the end of 2010. GM and JT have more.
Reporter Lindsay Alvestad and photographer Ryan Widdekind found another contest that has the two schools drawing blood.
While many students are busy writing book reports or cramming for math exams, the staff at UM's Beetle and Bug lab are studying behaviors of some of the world's biggest insects. Reporter Dan Boyce and Photographer Noel Pederson check out the lab's groundbreaking research into the rhinoceros beetle.
As Christmas approaches many people are shopping for gifts.
But the Humane Society wants you to remember to give back this holiday season.
UM reporter Kelly Hanson and photographer Rob Norton find out how the shelter raises money towards it's $350,000 annual budget.
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Monday, November 17, 2008
Sponsored by Students for real food, the group set out to encourage the use of local foods on the university campus.
Reporter Alison Scheel and photographer Charles Thomas discovered what was cookin' and serves up the story.
This give the UM Football payers the oppotunity to spread joy to kids who need toys for chirstmas.
Reporter Amanda Ferrucci and Photographer Owen Brown went to the UC bookstore to find the scoop.
But by the end of the semester when students move out the feeling isn't always a happy one.
Reporter Allyson Weller and Photographer Liam Scholey found out what legislation is in the works to help out renters
Reporter Natalie Neumann and photographer Melissa Berry take us to one booth that helps a community in Africa.
Thursday, November 13, 2008
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Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Monday, November 10, 2008
Today is a special day to be remember and be recongize the men and women who fought for our country.
Veterans day is the holiday that once a year allows Amercians to show there appreciation for these soldiers.
The ROTC Programs at the University of Montana is home to veterans of all wars.
The weather is changing outside and a hot meal is much appreciated, especially for those in need.
Reporter Allyson Weller and photographer Jon Denny visited a local soup kitchen to see what they were dishing out.
People are gearing up for flu season which means getting a flu shot and staying healthy. The Curry Health Center at the University of Montana offers students and faculty discounted flu shots along with other free health screenings. Reporter Crystal Bowling and Teal Kenny discover what students can learn from the UM Health Fair.
Friday, November 7, 2008
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
But this Writing on the Wall served to introduce the Day of Dialogue.
Reporter Badria Al-Abdullah and photographer Stacy Gray learn how a fraternity project helps collapse a wall of oppression.
Two times a year the University Center Ballroom fills with dozens of folk dancers, all looking to kick up their heels.
Reporter Lindsay Alvestad and photographer Tyson Bierwag swung in to bring us the sights and sounds of the annual Town and Gown Dance.
Each week The Griz Kidz foundation provides between 30 and 50 tickets to kids around the state.
Photographer Russ Curry and reporter Greg McDonald met some of those kids last weekend and this is what they found.
University Dining Services uses these Fair Trade and sustainable local goods as much as possible.
Reporter Holly Baker and photographer Amy McDonald look at one product that smells as good as it tastes.
After a few semesters of hardly any participants in Water Polo, this semester it's seeing some benefits from one student's recuriting.
UM News Reporter Kelly Hanson and photographer Caitlin Mallory find out who's responsible for putting this team together.
Monday, November 3, 2008
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