Hungry in Bozeman and Across Montana

by Deb Redburn I first became interested in food insecurity when I worked as the scholarship coordinator for the College of Education, Health and Human Development at Montana State University. Often, students would come into my office looking for financial assistance, even if it was just for $500 to pay their last tuition installment, whichContinue reading “Hungry in Bozeman and Across Montana”


Transparency, Stories and Pride

By Zach Nell Many people look forward to this time of the year, but the weather and longer days are not the only reasons; there’s something deeper going on for many LGBTQ+ people and allies. June is Pride Month, a celebration of affirmation of LGBTQ+ individuals, but it also commemorates the true meaning of Pride:Continue reading “Transparency, Stories and Pride”

Family Promise of Gallatin Valley: Taking Great Strides Forward

by Gloria Edwards I had a wonderful opportunity to meet with Christel Chvilicek Tuesday, May 25th. Christel is the current director of Family Promise of Gallatin Valley. As the first director of this nonprofit organization, I try my best to keep informed of recent happenings and reach out to support this important mission which isContinue reading “Family Promise of Gallatin Valley: Taking Great Strides Forward”

Mental Health Awareness Month: Break the Stigma

May is Mental Health Awareness Month (can you believe we’re already to May?!), and the Social Justice Action Team takes mental health very seriously. For me, breaking the stigma around mental health is a very personal endeavor, as I have struggled with my emotional and mental well-being for many years now. There are many topicsContinue reading “Mental Health Awareness Month: Break the Stigma”