In 2019, Julie Gillum Lue (Jour), a former park ranger living in Montana, published her third children’s book, What I Saw in Rocky Mountain: A Kid’s Guide to the National Park. Her earlier book, What I Saw in Grand Teton, was a 2018 finalist in the High Plains Book Awards. Her writing has appeared in publications including High Country News and Montana Outdoors.

Posted Nov. 12, 2019

Eve Bryon (Jour) recently moved to Missoula, Montana, where she covers natural resources for the Missoulian after 25 years as a reporter in Helena.

Posted Oct. 16, 2020

After close to 20 years in broadcast television, Kelly (Farmer) Rostad (Jour) segued into media relations and is now a principal at KGR Media, a PR and communications agency that she founded. She works with a wide range of industries, including education, biotechnology and environmentally based companies, and recently worked with a client sponsoring the 2019 Birds of Prey World Cup in Beaver Creek. She has three children and lives on the North Shore of Boston in Wenham, Massachusetts, with her husband, Johan.

Posted Oct. 16, 2020

Patrick Saunders (MJour) has worked for The Denver Post for two decades and is the beat writer for the Colorado Rockies. In 2018, he was named the National Sports Media Association’s Colorado Sports Writer of the Year. In 2017, Patrick served as president of the Baseball Writers Association of America.

Posted Oct. 16, 2020

Marcia Jarmel (Phil’80; MJour) has produced and directed a slate of award-winning films for PatchWorks Films. The most recent, Los Hermanos/The Brothers,won the Best Documentary Award at its Woodstock Film Festival premiere and was the only independent film nominated in the competitive Best Music Documentary category by the International Documentary Association. It was previously featured in Carnegie Hall’s Voices of Hope festival and was shown at theBoulder International Film Festival (BIFF)––the annual event co-founded byRobin Beeck (Comm’88).

Posted Oct. 20, 2021