Friday, October 30, 2009

Consequences from Parking Fees

Parking fees at the University of Montana changed this school year. UM News reporter Willi Brooks and Paige Browning talked with a student facing some consequences because of parking fees.



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Parking fees can be paid at Facilities Services on campus.

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Take Back The Night


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. video

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Climate Change

videoLauren Hipshear and others gathered on the UM Oval to show their support for lowering carbon emissions in the atmosphere to less than 350 parts per million. UM News reporter Katy Harris and photographer Buddy Cowart bring you the story.

Intramural Basketball - Web Exclusive

The University of Montana's intramural basketball teams provide opportunities for students to play an organized sport for fun. It also provides jobs for students who know the game. Photographer Sarah Grant and reporter Cole Johnson found out what it's like for Jenny McVeigh to be an intramural babasketball referee.
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UM Student balances responsibilities outside of college

Many University of Montana students face obstacles while completing their degrees. UM News reporter/photographer Sarah Grant discovered one student who sees those challenges through a unique set of eyes.


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UM international student experiences first Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner and many people are preparing to celebrate the holiday and its traditions. UM News reporter Ashley Korslien and photographer Paige Browning found one UM student who is experiencing her first “American” Halloween.

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UM News Silver for October 29, 2009

UM News for October 29, 2009, as presented by the Silver team, is anchored by University of Montana broadcast journalism seniors Willi Brooks and Cole Johnson. Today's newscast was produced by Lindsey Scheetz and directed by Jon Denny. The program airs during the Montana Today program on KECI-TV in Missoula, KTVM-TV in Butte/Bozeman and KCFW-TV in Kalispell. UM News is a presentation of the Radio-Television Department in the UM School of Journalism.

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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

UM Silver Preview

This is the preview for UM Team Silver for the week of October 28, 2009. Lindsey Scheetz producing and Jon Denny directing...



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Monday, October 26, 2009

UM's Receives Sustainability Grade

The University of Montana is getting a grade of its own on going green. UM News reporter Katrina Heser and photographer Jaime Berg found out how the campus ranks on the College Sustainability Report Card. The report card "provides in-depth sustainability profiles of colleges in all 50 states and Canada." Grades for other schools involved in the report across the state of Montana, the nation, and Canada can be found by clicking here. (Click below to watch the story.)

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Fencing Club Online Exclusive

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A.J DeWees talks about the different fencing blade types.

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A.J gives advice for beginners.

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A.J shares some memories of fencing, and why he loves it.

University of Montana Fencing Team



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.

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YWCA Bookstore is a Secret to Students


The YWCA Secret Seconds Store is located just a block from The University of Montana Campus. The store offers students a wide selection of used books and all sales support the YWCA's mission of empowering women and eliminating racism. Reporter Jeanette Hoerner and Photographer Mike Houchin went to the bookstore to see what secrets it has to offer.

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Dumpster Dive

A student group on campus decided to promote climate change awareness by spreading garbage all over the Oval. Climate Action Now! participated in Global Climate Change Week by completing a dumpster dive. A dumpster dive involves taking a sampling of garbage from dumpsters on campus and sorting out the recycling from the true trash. More specifically, the group was looking for recyclable plastics, tin, and aluminum- all materials commonly thrown away on college campuses. Photographer Dariga Massenova and reporter Drew Trafton help "sort out" the story.
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Women's Weightlifting

As spring semester registration rolls around, students may be looking for a fun and unique way to earn a credit. One class on campus offers women a way to get in shape while getting familiar with the weight room. Reporter Rose Stepanek and photographer Carmen Ebert went to the UM Fitness and Recreation Center and found how bicep curls are for the girls.


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UM News Maroon for October 27, 2009

University of Montana senior broadcast journalism majors Rose Stepanek and Jannette Hoerner anchor this week's Maroon team broadcast of UM News. The program was produced by Marnee Banks and directed by Daniel Ryan. This program airs on Montana's News Station affiliates across the state.


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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Maroon Promo for 10/27

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Fusion Concert

Music students at the University of Montana are coming together for the first time to showcase their musical diversity. UM News reporter/photographer Whitney Caldarone takes us behind the scenes for a sneek peak of what they're working on.

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For more information Click on: http://www.umt.edu/umarts/node/52

Hunters for Hunger

Every year big game hunters across the state prepare for the general hunting season which begins October 25th. UM News photographer Mark Wilson and reporter Lindsey Scheetz caught up with one local hunter who plans to help others through his kills.
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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.

BAC Outreach

Have you ever wondered what your Blood Alcohol Concentration is? Maybe after a drink? Maybe after six?
The Missoula Police Department and the Missoula County DUI Task Force were at the Griz Game Tailgate armed with BAC meters to help fans know "when to say when".
UM News Reporter Cole Johnson and photographer Jon Denny went along to see what constitutes "impairment."

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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

UM News Silver for October 22, 2009

Today's UM News program for Thursday, October 22, 2009 is anchored by Katy Harris and Cole Johnson, senior broadcast journalism majors at the University of Montana School of Journalism. Laura Wilson produced the newscast. Senior Radio-TV major Eri Okazaki was the director. The program airs on Montana Today on KECI-TV in Missoula, KCFW-TV in Kalispell and KTVM-TV in Butte/Bozeman. (Click video below to watch the newscast.)

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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Silver Promo for Thursday 10/22

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This is Team Silver promo for Thursday October 22nd. Hope you enjoy!!!

Monday, October 19, 2009

The Effects of Speech Therapy

A year ago two year old Tyler Schrekendgust fell from a three story building triggering two seizures, and damaging the left side of his brain. Reporter Marnee Banks and Photographer Daniel Ryan learned how UM's Communicative Science Disorders program is educating students so they can help children like Tyler overcome the impossible.

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Homecoming quilt


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.

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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.

Media Arts education sparks new company

One former UM student is using life experiences to shape the career he's embarking on. Sean McCormick, along with college his college friend, Jesse Spaulding, are starting a production company called Scratch Media. The company hopes to someday make commercials for Missoula businesses. UM News reporter/photographer Jaime Berg shows us how McCormick is working his way fromthe ground up using his media arts digital filmmaking degree. (Click below to see story.)

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UM Heating Plant Strives to Conserve Energy

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The Heating Plant distributes steam heat to every building on campus through a network of underground tunnels. Upgrades are currently being made to the facility to help make it more energy efficient. UM News Reporter Rose Stepanek and photographer Mike Houchin went deep below campus to see what improvements are being made to the underground tunnel system.

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Aber Day Keg Documentary

May 16, 2009 marked the 30th anniversary of the last Aber Day Kegger. Homecoming weekend in Missoula marked the premiere of "Kegger," a feature-length documentary re-living the huge party in Missoula during the 1970s. UM News reporter Katrina Heser and photographer Carmen Ebert catch up with the executive producer of the film, attend the film's premiere and find that the kegger is still giving back.

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UM News Maroon for October 20, 2009

University of Montana broadcast journalism majors Katrina Heser and Jannette Hoerner anchor this week's UM News broadcast. The show was produced by Shande Wiest and directed by Grant Beaudette. This program airs Tuesday, October 20th on KPAX-TV in Missoula, KBZK-TV in Bozeman, KTVQ-TV in Billings and KRTV-TV in Great Falls. (Click below to see the news program.)

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Sunday, October 18, 2009

1,000 New Gardens

videoDespite cold temperatures, one local non-profit organization is hard at work producing locally grown food. UM News reporter Katy Harris and photographer Mark Wilson found out the dirty side of making Missoula beautiful. (Click below to see story.)

UM Marching Band

videoFor the University of Montana marching band, every week presents a tiring schedule, and new challenges. Band members Cori Smith and Roy Mckenney share a passion for performance that has made the two of them grow closer. Reporter Laura Wilson and Photographer Buddy Cowart explore why the marching bands hard work pays off, both on and off the field.

Friday, October 16, 2009

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Garden City Fungi, Farm to College Program

Reporter Lindsey Scheetz and photographer Paige Browning met mushroom farmers in Western Montana. Garden City Fungi is one of over 50 farm involved in the Farm-to-College Program. video

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

UM Post Office Delivers

Hundreds of letters and packages come to the University of Montana each day. But who's responsible for delivering the mail on campus. This week, UM News photographer Eri Okazaki and reporter Willi Brooks took a look inside UM's personal postal service. The department is a separate entity from the U.S. Postal Service and delivers same-day mail throughout the campus. (Click below to see the story.)

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UM News Silver for October 15, 2009

Thanks for joining us for today's newscast of UM News presented by the Silver team. Today's anchors are University of Montana broadcast journalism majors Lindsey Scheetz and Willi Brooks. The program was produced by Ashley Korslien and directed by Whitney Caldarone. The program airs during Montana Today on KECI-TV in Missoula, KCFW-TV in Kalispell and KTVM-TV in Butte/Bozeman.


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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Silver Promo for 10/15/09 Show

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U-DASH Bus Celebrates Twentieth Anniversary

The U-DASH bus, or as some call it "the drunk bus," has been offering UM students a free ride home for twenty years now. One U-DASH bus driver found out there is more to the job than just driving the bus. UM News reporter Mike Houchin fell off the wagon, but hopped on the bus.





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White House Deputy Chief of Staff



Alumni and friends flooded back to campus for Homecoming. One UM graduate came all the way from the White House. UM News photographer Carmen Ebert and reporter Katrina Heser met up with President Obama's Deputy Chief of Staff Jim Messina and talked about issues facing college students. Messina graduated from the University of Montana in 1993 and says he hopes to return to Treasure State when his time at the White House is done.

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How are students staying involved now that the campaign is over?

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When / how will the job market recover?


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Why has President Obama paid so many visits to Montana?

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