In our final broadcast on UM News, see how student enrollment effects departments as vital as the library on the University of Montana campus. Find out what kind of strategies the college uses to recruit potential students. Also, see how a fraternity is collaborating with the A-L-S Association to make a difference in the lives of people suffering from Lou Gehrig’s disease. This last week’s broadcast is presented by anchor’s Cody Proctor and Daniel Erusha and produced by Brin Merkley.
For our last edition of UM News, see how a drop in enrollment has led to mass budget cuts for the University of Montana. And see what they are doing to encourage new students to attend in the future. Get a sneak peak at how one fraternity joined the A-L-S Association to make a difference for people with Lou Gehrig’s. Also see how the Music School brings in International Students. Presenting this week’s broadcast are anchors’ Cody Proctor and Daniel Erusha. Show produced by Brittany Ratzlaff.
Every department at the University of Montana is making cuts after fewer students than expected enrolled this fall. UM News reporter Jonathon Ambarian found out how the budget shortfall will affect the university’s Mansfield Library.
Missoula Symphony Orchestra Association gives six scholarships to UM students each year.
Reporter Daniel Erusha went to their Christmas concert practice to learn more.
This week on UM News, find out how not having a football playoff game in Missoula will affect local businesses. Plus, see how one Missoula agency is fighting hunger during the holidays, and get a look at a group that gives athletes a chance to become students. Daniel Erusha and Brittany Ratzlaff anchor this newscast, produced by Jonathon Ambarian.
In this week’s edition of UM News, see how students are taking action to prevent hunger during the holidays, and find out how other student’s are paying for their college education. Plus, see how the loss of a single football game will affect local business and what a university professor is doing to prevent a native language from extinction. Presenting this week’s broadcast are anchors’ Cody Proctor and Keele Smith, produced by Brin Merkley.
Each holiday season the Missoula Food Bank workers along with the help of volunteers, coordinate three large food banks. Can the Cats held at the University of Montana, Turkey drive, and the christmas drive. These drives work to serve the one in seven families that come to the food bank during the holiday season annually.
UM News reporter Brittany Ratzlaff, joined the turkey drive to learn more.