UM AND OTHER SCHOOLS ACROSS THE NATION USE ATHLETIC PROGRAMS TO GIVE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS A WAY TO GET TO COLLEGE, HOWEVER REPORTER ALLY BARRY AND PHOTOGRAPHER RYAN MCKINLEY FOUND THAT FOR SOME ATHLETES THE PRESSURES OF BEING A STUDENT ATHLETE CAN BE TOO MUCH.
One NFL quarterback’s racial inequality protest is sparking discussion at UM. UM News reporter Kempson Cross and photographer Grant Herzog found out what the campus has to say about Colin Kaepernick’s protest during the national anthem. The protest movement now touches multiple sports across the United States with mixed reaction.
This week on UM News, reporter Braly Whisler and photographer Colter Lairy went to the soccer fields to learn how researchers at UM are creating better diagnostic tools for concussions. We also check in with how one NFL quarterback stirred up controversy during a protest and how it affects the UM campus. We also find out why some former athletes couldn’t balance school work and sports. This newscast was anchored by Braly Whisler and Kempson Cross. Behind the scenes, Spencer Jakobi directed while Caryn Foehringer produced.
UM researchers are working to develop a way to measure the severity of traumatic brain injuries. Reporter Braly Whisler met with one of the soccer athletes benefiting from their research.
This week reporter Tasha Cain and photographer Chelsea Reichard set out to see how people are dressing for the changing Montana weather. They concluded that layering is the key to the autumn weather changes. Some layering strategies were common, like a wool base layer. There are other trends that are suprising the trendiest of people.
UM News Reporter Jack Ginsburg gets the scoop on the latest UM Production, Legally Blonde. The Montana Innocence Project has a special guest at a recent fundraising event from the Netflix series, Making a Murderer. Finally UM News reporter Braly Whisler spoke with UM Professors about the controversy that comes with a specific type of school mascot.
The show was anchored by Tasha Cain and Jack Ginsburg. Behind the scene, Chelsea Reichard directed and Ethan Fitzgerald produced.
Uber is a ride sharing app for your smartphone. It matches drivers with riders in their area to provide a quick trip. There is currently no proof that Uber is reducing the number of D-U-I’s in the county since it is so new, however the rate has decreased in the past year.