Monday, November 30, 2009
Reynolds and his wife are welcoming a new addition to their family. They are expecting their second child, a daughter, this April.
Monday, November 23, 2009
Out of state students looking to buy the combination license need to bring their Griz card, proof of hunter's education, and a transcript to their nearest Fish Wildlife and Parks office.
Holiday travelers can go to www.weather.gov for a complete weather forecast.
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For more information on what the International Programs are doing at the University you can go to http://iew.state.gov/ or contact International Programs at email@example.com
Students on campus have two more chances to help the Grizzlies to bring home the top honors.
On Monday November 30th from 12PM-4PM at Elrod/Duniway dorm. To schedule an appointment, please stop by the front desk at the dorm and sign-up.
And on Thursday December 3rd from 11AM-4PM in the University center. Visit givelife.org and enter the sponsor code "gogriz" to schedule an appointment.
Reporter Grant Beaudette takes you to the 2nd annual Squash-Off.
The kings also won last year's competition.
UM Students for Real Food Facebook group
UM Catering Services
Friday, November 20, 2009
Thursday, November 19, 2009
and not just for a game. UM News reporter Laura Wilson and photographer Whitney Caldarone take a look at a group on campus that brings sports and spirituality into one room.
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
The fast pace of a hospital offers students a great hands on experience to prepare them for a future in the medical field. Reporter Ashley Korslien and photographer Buddy Cowart find out how Community Medical Center is giving radiology students the training they'll need to succeed in the medical world.
The punishment for using illegal fireworks is often a fine, or in some cases, jail time. But UM News reporter Cole Johnson and photographer Eri Okazaki met a student who faces a life-long penalty because of home-made fireworks.
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Monday, November 16, 2009
The art exhibit will be open till November 20th at the Gallery of Visual Arts, viewing hours are 11-5 Tuesday, Wednesday Friday and 11-6 on Thursdays.
UM News Photographer Grant Beaudette and reporter Katrina Heser met up with a member of the Nordic Ski team who talked about training for the slopes and the road.
People interested in joining the team can meet in the Rec Center lobby Wednesday evenings at 5:30.
UM Nordic Skiing Club Facebook Group
Friday, November 13, 2009
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Monday, November 9, 2009
Students on the University of Montana campus participate in many extra-curricular activities. UM Geography student Eric Leinonen showed Reporter Marnee Banks and Photographer Dariga Massenova how he often spends his free time. Leinonen led the two on a high-tech treasure hunt called geocaching. Leinonen’s Professor, Sarah Halvorson, also geocaches and explained the inner workings of the glorified hide and seek.
Technology is illuminating the study of flight at the University of Montana's Field Research Lab located at Fort Missoula. Reporter Jannette Hoerner and photographer Scott Youngbauer discovered how a feathered friend is helping out with research to improve and preserve wildlife. http://dbs.umt.edu/flightlab/
The environmental impact on trees and the water supply is reduced when using green chemicals. The green cleaning committee hopes to pass a campus wide policy by December.
University Dining Services
The Bio Energy Center will host a series of related bio fuel workshops and demonstrations around the state. Click here for more information.
Friday, November 6, 2009
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
A Health and Human Performance course at the University of Montana is collecting data for the US Military. "Training for the Untrained" is a physical fitness class for men ages 18-40, and gathers information on how long it takes them to get into shape. The study will set standards for future recruits to be tested against. UM News reporter Ashley Korslien and photographer Mark Wilson found out how the students are shaping up.
The Grizzly Scholarship Association held their 4th Annual Wine Festival Fundraiser in hopes of raising more money for Grizzly Athletics. Photographer Buddy Cowart and reporter Cole Johnson found out what the GSA is doing in continuing to raise money for the Grizzly scholarship fund.
The University of Montana is no stranger to diversity. Meet one UM student who doesn't let his situation slow him down.
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Willi Brooks- Field Photographer and Reporter
Whitney Caldarone- Interview Photographer and Editor
The University of Montana has called upon two U-M students to teach the community how to party safely. Reporter Laura Wilson and Photographer Sarah Grant take a look at the "faces" of responsible drinking.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
In this week's UM News program produced by the Silver team, we'll hear about what some campus men are doing to get in shape, a group that gives $1,000,000 dollars to Grizzly Athletics each year, safe partying efforts on campus and a new angle on why to buy powdered drinks. The show is produced by Katy Harris and directed by Paige Browning.
Monday, November 2, 2009
The dance studio will be used during the Fall Informal Dance Concert on November 20. For more information call 406-243-2849.
For a complete schedule of the 2009-2010 men's basketball team click here.
Open water SCUBA certification is offered through the university for 1 Health & Human Performance credit. After the students pass all the written training they go to Peak Health and Wellness Center for the pool training. Upon completion of the course students will be eligible to participate in PADI certification: (Professional Association of Dive Instructors).
Gull Dive Center
Peak Health & Wellness Center