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UM News Silver September 19th, 2018

September 19, 2018

This week on UM News, we take a look at student housing woes at ROAM, a new program designed to keep kids active, preparations for UM’s first ever fall commencement, and Griz football gameday security. This weeks show is produced by Jon Allen and directed by Katie Miller.

UM News Maroon September 19th, 2018

September 19, 2018

In this weeks UM News, we take a look at Griz football gameday security, student housing woes at ROAM, a program designed to keep kids active, and the plans for UM’s first ever fall commencement. This show was produced by Jon Allen, and directed by Katie Miller.

Housing Options in Missoula

September 19, 2018

Missoula’s housing market presents a challenge for students returning to the University of Montana this fall. A three percent rental vacancy rate, compared to six percent nationally, means students scramble to find a place to live. This week, Laura Freeman looked at how the city’s working to open up availability for renters.

 

Morning Move Missoula

September 19, 2018

The Missoula County Health Department created Morning Move to help children get out and play for the thirty minutes before school each day. UM News reporter, Andrea Dobbins, takes a look at how Missoula is fighting child obesity.

UM News Maroon September 12, 2018

September 12, 2018

Today at UM News, The University of Montana offers high school students a new dual enrollment program. Plus, we show how students play a critical role in the success of Grizzly athletics, and local Missoula businesses welcome students back to the community. This show is produced by Laura Freeman and directed by Justin Jackson.

UM News Silver September 12, 2018

September 12, 2018

This week on UM News, we show how the student section plays a critical role in the success of Grizzly athletics. Plus, local businesses welcome students back to Missoula, entertainment management students team up with local music events and the University of Montana offers a new dual enrollment program for high school students. This show is produced by Laura Freeman while Justin Jackson directs.

Zootown Brew Student Economics

September 12, 2018

As local businesses like Zootown Brew are welcoming back UM students with open arms, reporter Jon Allen lets us know about the economic impact of students on the community.

Griz Student Impact

September 12, 2018

170,000 people attended the Griz Football games in 2015 according to a study by UM’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research. What’s the economic impact? Reporter and videographer Lauren Heiser has the story.

Entertainment Management Program

September 12, 2018

Shows and events are winding down in the Missoula area, but that doesn’t mean summer is over just yet. Take a look at how the Entertainment Management Program is expanding. Reported by Andrea Dobbins. Edited by Kip Vetos

 

UM News Maroon December 6, 2017

December 11, 2017

Today on UM News, we discuss the New Neighbors refugee documentary project in Missoula. On campus, we cover a tech-savvy piece of student art, a Native American student group fundraising for the 50th annual powwow, and a nationwide event called Up Til Dawn that visited the school. This show is produced by Aunica Koch and directed by Alex Kim.

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