This week on UM News, reporters Mahkia Clark and Mackenzie Enich cover stories from campus diversity, a new approach to getting home safe from a night out, the economic benefits of local craft breweries and UM’s 150th Homecoming celebration.
This week on UM News, anchors Allison Molin and Holly Sinnema, tell us what local business is boosting the beer economy, how UM students are contributing to the vibrant music scene, and about the Journalism Schools big birthday celebration. Directed by Cole Havens and produced by Jenna Heberden.
As the collegiate a capella scene around the country is booms the University of Montana a capella group fights for survival. UM News reporter Mackenzie Enich, tunes in.
The School of Journalism celebrates 100 years of news making! What started in old army surplus tents, has now grown to one of the top journalism schools in the nation! UM News reporters Keeley Van Middendorp and Jenna Heberden looked through years of archived pictures and also found out what the school is doing to stay ahead of technological advances.
Montana’s craft brewing industry is growing quickly, creating jobs and boosting the state’s economy, according to University of Montana economists. UM News reporter Holly Sinnema rode along with one Missoula business to find out how it’s contributing to this trend.
The University of Montana promoted Hispanic culture as part of it’s celebration of Latin Heritage Month. UM News reporter Mahkia Clark has more on what some UM students and diversity advocates are doing to help increase awareness of the Latino population at UM.
The University of Montana is well known for attracting national bands to its campus. But UM students are doing their part to support local musicians. UM News reporter Allison Molin looked into how students are contributing to the local music scene. Either as musicians, like the local band Three-Eared Dog, or as customers at music venues like the Top Hat Lounge.
This week on UM News, anchors Keeley Van Middendorp and Mahkia Clark tell us how one UM professor is helping find the source to a mysterious odor in some Missoula neighborhoods, why a UM alumnus is reaching out to the community for help, and about Fall Feastival, a celebration of the success of the university’s Farm to College Program. Directed by Ed Huberman and produced by Holly Sinnema.
This week on UM News, anchors Jenna Heberden and Allison Molin tell us about Fall Feastival and the University’s Farm to College Program, how students volunteer to help children overseas, why one alumnus needs the community’s help, and how a UM professor is helping Missoula residents that are bothered by a strange odor in their neighborhoods.