Native News Honors Project
The 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 online.
In 2019, the project published its 28th edition, "Traces," which covered the missing and murdered indigenous women crisis. The issue was a finalist for a national Online Journalism Award from the Online News Association.
See the issue here:
Other recent issues:
- 2015: Intertwined: Stories of Detatchment and Connection From Montana's Reservations
- 2016: Across the Divide: Montana's Tribes Navigate Politics and Progress
- 2017: "For the Benefit, Care and Assistance:" How America Fails to Keep It's Health Care Promise
- 2018: In Their Hands
If you have comments about the project, we’d like to hear from you. Please email Jason Begay at email@example.com or Jeremy Lurgio at firstname.lastname@example.org, 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.