Native News Honors Project

Native News LogoThe Native News Hon­ors Project is reported, photo­graphed, edited and designed by stu­dents of the Uni­ver­sity of Mon­tana School of Jour­nal­ism. Each year, teams of print and photojournalism students travel to Montana's seven Indian reservations to investigate and document in-depth stories on a single topic of importance to the state's Native population. These stories appear in a publication that is distributed throughout the state and the nation.

For the 26th issue of the University of Montana’s Native News Honors Project, titled "For the Benefit, Care and Assistance," eight teams of reporters went out to uncover the state of health care within Montana’s 12 Native American tribes spanning across seven reservations and for one landless tribe. For more, please visit the Native News webpage.

If you have com­ments about the project, we’d like to hear from you. Please email Jason Begay at jason.begay@umontana.edu or Jeremy Lurgio at jeremy.lurgio@umontana.edu, or write to us at Native News Hon­ors Project, School of Jour­nal­ism, Uni­ver­sity of Montana, 32 Cam­pus Drive, Missoula, Montana 59812.

This course (JRNL 410) is offered every spring semester. Entry is permitted upon consent of instructor. 

For "Across the Divide," the 25th issue of the University of Montana’s Native News Honors Project, eight teams of reporters went out to uncover the state of politics within Montana’s 12 Native American tribes spanning across seven reservations and for one landless tribe. For more, please visit the Native News webpage.

If you have com­ments about the project, we’d like to hear from you. Please email Jason Begay at jason.begay@umontana.edu or Jeremy Lurgio at jeremy.lurgio@umontana.edu, or write to us at Native News Hon­ors Project, School of Jour­nal­ism, Uni­ver­sity of Montana, 32 Cam­pus Drive, Missoula, Montana 59812.

This course (JRNL 410) is offered every spring semester. Entry is permitted upon consent of instructor.