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UM News Silver October 18, 2017

October 18, 2017

This week UM News explores how local environmental group Climate Smart isn’t changing its mission despite the repeal of the federal Clean Power Plan, how the Food Bank is responding to a spike in need and the cause of a rise in faith-based organizations on campus. This week’s show is produced by Maria Anderson, directed by Alex Kim and anchored by Meghan Bourassa and Aunica Koch.

October 17, 2017

Missoula and the University of Montana are seeing an increase of faith-based groups. Fields of Faith for athletes stopped in Missoula for the first time this month and student groups are peaking on campus. UM News Reporter Aunica Koch has the story.


Photo Essay: UM Recreation Center Hosts Belay Clinic

October 17, 2017

The UM Recreation Center holds a Belay Clinic every Tuesday from 5 to 7 p.m.  Participants learn how to properly climb, put on gear, and belaying techniques to become certified in belaying

Rising Missoula Population Effects Student Housing

October 13, 2017

As Missoula’s population grows, housing demand increases. Reporter Wayne Stevenson has the details on how this will effect University of Montana students in their search for housing.

UM News Silver for October 11, 2017

October 12, 2017

This week on UM News we look at Missoula’s transportation emissions, a Griz football player and his relationship with his Californian pen pals, and the new culinary school. This show is produced by Aunica Koch and directed by Natasha Woodworth.

UM News Maroon- October 11, 2017

October 12, 2017

On this week’s UM News episode, anchored by DJ Stewart and Maria Anderson, we take a look at the city of Missoula and UM’s efforts to lower carbon emissions, discuss budget cuts to a program that uses technology to help people with disabilities, and show the budding friendship between a Griz football player and a group of elementary school kids from California. This show is produced by Wayne Stevenson and directed by Drew Cox-Koulman.


Tastes of The Culinary Program

October 11, 2017

The University’s Culinary Program are open to the public from 11am to 1pm Tuesdays through Thursdays. This is their opportunity to show what they have learned. Meghan Bourassa went there.


University of Montana Football Player Connects With Kids One Thousand Miles Away.

October 11, 2017

Cooper Sprunk has been writing and Skyping with an Elementary School Class in Gerber,California. DJ Stewart has the story on how a local charity helped bring them both together for one unforgettable weekend.

Missoula Focuses on Carbon Emitted from Transportation

October 10, 2017

A recent report from Climate Smart Missoula, says transportation emits the largest portion of carbon for Missoula. The community is focusing on this 37% for the month of October. UM has reduced its emission of fossil fuels by purchasing two electric buses over the past two years. The University continues to work towards sustainability through addressing transportation along with reducing its energy consumption and improving its recycling program. UM Reporter Mederios Whitworth-Babb checks out progress.

State Program MonTECH Continues to Serve Despite Budget Cuts

October 10, 2017

The state assisted technology program MonTECH at UM provides equipment loans, demonstrations and financial advice to make life easier for disabled Montanans. Maria Anderson reports how its continuing to help the community.

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