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Missoula by Jon Krakauer (2015)

I have utmost respect for Krakauer as a writer and an investigative journalist. He always seems to find a story that needs telling, and he humanizes his stories in such a way that his readers understand the issues and implications of his topics, but we also see the personal and emotional side by getting to know the people who make up each story. 244 more words

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The making of a mobile sauna

An Experimental Meeting Place to Talk About Sustainability

The Boiling Pot is all about fostering a community of sustainability. We trust that the physical structure will do this in places where it is set up, but what about beyond that? 2,382 more words

Rest Stop Radio: The Newest J-School Podcast

The Advanced Audio class at the J-school just launched a podcast called Rest Stop Radio, telling the stories of human beings on the road. The stories come from people driving along Montana’s section of I-90, which covers the most miles of the longest interstate in the US. 546 more words

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Krakauer case could help break college wall of silence

There’s an important case being heard at the Montana Supreme Court today. Journalist/author Jon Krakauer’s efforts could help break a wall of silence at those college campuses where rape often is treated as a public relations issue instead of a criminal issue. 45 more words

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Keep Missoula from getting any weirder

This is the comic that I sent in to the Indie! We’ll find out if they liked it in two days.

Behind the Lens, Bronte Wittpenn Wins Hearst Award; Captures Story of Generations

The Bakken oil boom brought more than just economy to northeastern Montana, it also increased the amount of human trafficking on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation. 586 more words

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Takeaways from the DC Google Group: Repository Solutions for Publishing Syllabi

People are starting to recognize that making course materials more available is an important part of publishing scholarly output and sharing knowledge. The New York Times recently ran… 463 more words

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