Friday, October 30, 2009
Thursday, October 29, 2009
The University of Montana's Student Assault Resource Center reports that one in four college women will be the victim of an attempted or an actual sexual assault during their college years. That number is five-percent greater than other U.S. campuses. UM News photographer Mark Wilson and reporter Willi Brooks found out what local groups are doing to fight violence.
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Monday, October 26, 2009
The University of Montana Fencing Team is taking student athletics to whole new levels of skill and grace. UM News photographer Scott Youngbauer dropped by practice and discovered a swashbuckling student's love for the sport.
Thursday, October 22, 2009
For more information Click on: http://www.umt.edu/umarts/node/52
For more information on the hunters against hunger program you can call the Montana Food Bank Network at 406-721-3825 or click on the Montana Food Bank Network link.
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Monday, October 19, 2009
Homecoming came to an end last week but it doesn't mean the "coming home feeling" has to end. Reporter Jannette Hoerner and Photographer Dariga Massenova found a way for someone to take a piece of Homecoming with them.
Tickets sales last up through November 14th and can be purchased at the Alumni office, home and away griz football tailgates, other event locations or by calling 243-5211. The proceeds go back to the Alumni Association to pay for Homecoming events and activities. Prices for tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5.
Sunday, October 18, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
How are students staying involved now that the campaign is over?
When / how will the job market recover?
Why has President Obama paid so many visits to Montana?
Monday, October 12, 2009
President George Dennison carries the responsibility of the University of Montana on his shoulders. Reporter Marnee Banks and Photographer Jaime Berg followed President Dennison around for a day to find out what his daily duties include.
Missoula is starting to get colder and the winter season is right around the corner. Reporter Shande Wiest and photographer Grant Beaudette asked the National Weather Service what this year has in store for snow conditions and what the UM Outdoor Program has available for students who want to have fun in the cold.
There will be a used outdoor gear sale Oct. 15th from 12pm to 5pm at the UC. Snowboard maintenance class Nov. 4 at 6:00 pm for $5.00, Ski maintenance class Nov. 18th at 6:00pm
Thursday, October 8, 2009
Every year people all across the world observe the Jewish Holy Week of Sukkot. UM News reporter Lindsey Scheetz and photographer Whitney Caldarone found out what the Univeristy of Montana and Missoula community are doing to celebrate the harvest holiday.
Meet Jeff Bendremer and his family; his wife Danielle Wozniak and their two children Solomon and Eliana as they celebrate Sukkot.
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
Homecoming kicked off this week at the University of Montana and two sororities are celebrating their one hundred year anniversaries. Kappa Alpha Theta and Kappa Kappa Gamma are honoring the centennial milestone by inviting alumni back to campus for a week long celebration. Alumni had the chance to meet current members and take part in the Homecoming activities. Both sororities began in 1909 and hope to continue a strong Greek life on campus. UM News reporter Ashley Korslien and photographer Paige Browning found out what Homecoming means to the "sisters."
While most fans took advantage of the bye-week for a day of rest, Griz players Tyler Palmer and Andrew Glueckert hit the fields to give back to the fans.
(Click link at bottom to see the video)The Griz football team had a bye game last weekend, but that didn't stop players from heading over to Washington-Grizzly Stadium last Saturday. UM News Reporter Laura Wilson and photographer Jon Denny found out how two Griz players spent their weekend off.
Monday, October 5, 2009
Professor of Human Sexuality Dr. Lindsey Doe has opened Montana's first sexual health center. Doe feels that sexuality is an integral part of a person's health and wellbeing. Her misson is to guide people to a happier and healthier sexuality. Reporter Shande Wiest and photographer Carmen Ebert found out where Missoula can learn more about sexual health.
Bird's and Bee's LLC offers workshops, private counseling, support groups, films, referral services, sex coaching, body therapy, a lending library, and special events for sexual expression.
for more information on classes and events you can visit http://www.aboutsexuality.org/. or call 406-544-1019
With all the construction on campus students are having a difficult time getting to class. UM student Mark Boatman is no stranger to taking different routes to get tot class. Reporter Jaime Berg looks into how accessbile the UM campus is for disabled students.
Hate Crime Advocate and former SARC volunteer Jenny Shuyler speaks about healthy and unhealthy traits to look for in relationships.
Friday, October 2, 2009
Nearly 1600 students die an alcohol related death every year nationwide. Among those, alcohol poisoning is the most common. UM News reporter Lindsey Scheetz and Whitney Caldarone found one UM student that was lucky enough to survive.
UM Health Enhancement offers education for students from safe partying to alcohol poisoning to MIP/DUI education. For information on partying safe, MIPs & DUIs, alcohol poisoning, click on this link.
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