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.
A non-profit organization in Missoula sends books and supplies to children across the world. UM News reporter Mahkia Clark has the story.
The fifth annual Fall Feastival will be held Thursday, Sept. 18, to commemorate the success of UM’s Farm to College program. Local vendors from around the state will be featured in the three course meal. UM News reporter Keeley Van Middendorp sat down with Dixon Melons, one of the first of eight to partner with the program in 2003, to find out how their partnership with FTC has impacted their business.
A UM alumnus and veteran reaches out to the community to help clean up the Clark Fork River Trail after his service dog was injured by some trash. UM News reporter Jenna Heberden went to see how the progress was going and helped clean up some trash.
A University of Montana professor is working with a task force to find and stop an offensive odor that’s tormented North and Westside Missoula residents for months. UM News reporter Allison Molin and photographer Cole Havens met with the task force to see how they plan to track down the source.
This week anchors Mackenzie Enich and Jenna Heberden discussed how other college campuses across the country are adopting UM’S PETSA Sexual Assault Prevention Program.
Directed by Cole Havens.
Produced by Mahkia Clark
This week on UM News, anchors Holly Sinnema and Keeley Van Middendorp tells us about a University of Montana program that’s spreading to other universities across the nation, how the Athletic Department is keeping the Washington-Grizzly Stadium up-to-date, and what the Grizzly Marching Band does to prepare for game day. Directed by Cole Havens and produced by Allison Molin.
This summer, Washington Grizzly Stadium underwent several changes to enhance fan experience. UM News reporter Jenna Heberden and photographer/editor Ed Huberman went to the game to find out how fans feel about the upgrades.
College campuses across the nation look to the University of Montana for a sexual assault prevention education program. Mackenzie Enich found out how UM’s program is growing beyond the treasure state.