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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

This And A Buck ...

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


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

Best Practices

Religion and me.

Daniel Struckman

April 14, 2016

History in brief of my Christian affiliations. 345 words

Age five, I fashioned a shrine in my room complete with altar and place to kneel.   317 more words

Family History

Two grad students win fellowships to report from Crown of the Continent

For the second year in a row, two journalism master’s students from the University of Montana will head into the Crown of the Continent, to report in-depth, unique stories about the landscape and the people who live there. 521 more words