GrizWalk is seeing an increase in interest. The program aims to give students comfort and safety around campus late at night with a golf cart. UM News reporter Sean Robb and Photographer Andy Anderson took a ride with GrizWalk to see their work first-hand.
The new smart chip technology designed to stop credit and debit card fraud is missing from UM’s Griz Cards. Businesses had an October first deadline to move to the new system or else become liable for any fraud. UMoney, that students upload to their Griz Cards, presents a risk to local merchants. They don’t comply with the new system.
A group of former Griz players annually share the gift of football with underprivileged kids in Missoula. UM News reporter Sean Robb and photographer Nick Christenson found out about GrizKidz.
A group of UM professors and students are studying sea spiders in one of the most remote places in the world. Photographer Nick Christenson and UM News reporter Sean Robb phoned in to McMurdo station Antarctica.
University of Montana faculty, staff and family members are spreading holiday cheer for all to hear. UM News reporter Sean Robb and photographer Andy Allan Anderson caught with the carol ensemble.
Makena Morleyis one of the most dominant runners in Montana high school history. She won three state championships at Big Fork High and is the all-class state record holder in cross country. She decided to stay in-state after offers poured in from running powerhouses like Stanford and Northern Arizona. Produced by Sean Robb, Photography by Peter Riley. Contributing Reporter Joe Lesar.
Tylor Willis was a Corporal E-4 who served with the U.S. Marines in Afghanistan in the Battle of Sangin. He was awarded a Purple Heart. While in combat, he wondered how life could be different. Maybe he could worry about passing or failing a test “instead of getting my head shot off.” Now he’s a business finance major at the University of Montana willing to tell his story.