Jessica Murri of Boise, Idaho, won first place in the radio competition of the William Randolph Hearst College Journalism Awards Program.
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Twelve Irish teenagers arrived in Montana in 1997 to develop job skills and learn how to get along with people from different backgrounds. Young people from both the north and south of Ireland worked side-by-side building homes for Habitat for Humanity and getting to know Montana, their host families, and each other.
Fall 2012 began Sentinel's first dual-credit class, where 26 high-school students are potentially earning three credits, the equivalent of a journalism elective if they enroll at UM.
The Master's program in Environmental Science and Natural Resource Journalism invites applicants for the third graduate class of environmental journalists.
Hank Stuever, this year’s presenter and teacher of the journalism school’s Pollner seminar, described his experiences as the Washington Post’s TV critic.
“We’ll be one of the state’s best sources for results and reaction throughout the night,” Swibold said. “We’ll offer audio, video and statistical reports and updates from midday until the major races are decided. The students are excited, and so are we.”