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Thursday Numbers

People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing. – Dale Carnegie

Welcome to “Thursday Numbers!” In case you’re a first-time visitor, this is the weekly column where I take a look at the numbers that are in the news (in descending order) and provide commentary sometimes sprinkled with sarcasm. 355 more words

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Montana High School Journalists Nab Awards, Get a Feel for the UM J-School

Nearly 200 high school students from across Montana filled the halls of the University of Montana School of Journalism on Thursday, March 22 for the annual… 533 more words

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Good Quotes

(You know you’re a writer when you take a picture of the notes you’re scribbling down while at a writer’s conference because you think your pen looks hella sexy.)        606 more words

Mindfulness

The Soundscape of Your Neighboring Wild by Josiah Simmons

We meet at the University and pack up Cedar’s little old Tacoma with the recording gear. We carry 15 grocery bags filled with one microphone, recorder, and synchronizer each; two mail buckets, that Cedar presumably stole, with the words “$1000 fine and 3 years imprisonment [ … ] for misuse or theft” full of data sheets, speakers, batteries, and spare parts; and, finally, a bucket or two of bird seed down from the lab to Cedar’s truck. 695 more words

Hey . . . We've got a position opening for a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Counselor Education at the University of Montana

Let me begin with a rhetorical question.

Who wouldn’t want to work in beautiful Missoula, Montana along with fantastic colleagues? On most days, you can hike up Mount Sentinel and get this view (it’s better live) in less than 20 minutes. 127 more words

Personal Reflections

Alumni Spotlight: KREM 2 News' Leilah Langley

Graduates of the University of Montana School of Journalism go on to do great things, in journalism and beyond. They direct newsrooms, report on international issues, photograph history, inform the public on air, start their own businesses, influence public policy, publish books and become leaders in their communities. 617 more words

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