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2014 Economic Contribution Of Nonresident Travel Spending In Montana Travel Regions And Counties, Kara Grau 2015 The University of Montana - Missoula

2014 Economic Contribution Of Nonresident Travel Spending In Montana Travel Regions And Counties, Kara Grau

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

Money spent by those traveling to and through Montana has an effect not only on the businesses where spending occurs, but it ripples throughout the state’s economy, as well. Statewide, spending by nonresidents (averaged over two years) totaled $3.79 billion. This report details the methods and results of the economic impact analyses for each of Montana’s travel regions, as well as analyses for counties in which nonresident travelers spent approximately $50 million or more.


Phelps, Edwin Dolphus, 1948-2015 (Sc 2916), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2015 Western Kentucky University

Phelps, Edwin Dolphus, 1948-2015 (Sc 2916), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 2916. “My Friend—Mr. Diddle,” a reminiscence by Edwin D. Phelps of WKU basketball coach E. A. Diddle. Includes an autobiographical sketch by Phelps.


The Montana Expression 2015: Bicycling, Norma P. Nickerson, Megan Schultz 2015 The University of Montana - Missoula

The Montana Expression 2015: Bicycling, Norma P. Nickerson, Megan Schultz

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

8,435 residents responded to a survey about their bicycling participation, safety issues and knowledge of laws. Results showed that most residents are not familiar with Montana bicycling laws and do not feel that highways are safe places to bicycle. Forty-six percent of Montana residents 18 and over have bicycled in the past 12 months and of those, only 11 percent bicycled in the winter while 97 percent bicycled in the summer season. Most bicyclists rode within a community on a roadway (62%) followed by 48 percent who rode on a paved path. The smallest number was highway bicycling, where ...


Who Do You Think You Are?, Andreas Haffar, Ryan Eiffert, Tomhas Huhnke 2015 Iowa State University

Who Do You Think You Are?, Andreas Haffar, Ryan Eiffert, Tomhas Huhnke

Ethos

Ethos talks to Katey Way, dressed as Princess Mononoke from the movie Princess Mononoke, about the incredibly popular culture that is cosplay; from becoming and portraying genuine characters to congregating together to collectively form a great appreciation and passion for the art.


Friday Night Magic The Gathering, Elaine Godfrey, Alixandria Collins, Hunter Herold 2015 Iowa State University

Friday Night Magic The Gathering, Elaine Godfrey, Alixandria Collins, Hunter Herold

Ethos

“Count these!” Someone shouts. “How many knuckle blades do you have?” “Don’t worry, I’m not gonna ankle shank nobody.” In the game room, rules are being established. Tournament brackets are being drawn. And sixteen players stand at the ready. “FNM players!” calls out a man in a dress shirt and tie. “ROUND STARTS!” Tonight is Friday Night Magic, and these are Planeswalkers, navigating the multiverse with a team of creatures, spells and enchantments of various colors and abilities. Th ey might be Liliana Vess, exercising the dark art of necromancy – or elder dragon Nicol Bolas, shattering minds with ...


Football Returns Home, Andreas Haffar, Stephanie Breen 2015 Iowa State University

Football Returns Home, Andreas Haffar, Stephanie Breen

Ethos

On March 7, 2003, the Federation Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) announced that one of the greatest spectacles on the globe would be on the soil of a country that lives, breathes and ultimately loves the beautiful game of football (soccer)—Brazil. Every four years, more than 200 nations strive to reach the finals, and only 32 teams get to compete on the big stage known simply as the World Cup. The players have the opportunity to display their abilities while at the same time, represent their respective homes. This summer marks the 20th FIFA World Cup.


City Guide: Bar Style, Dallas Daws, Renae Meines, Dale Johnson 2015 Iowa State University

City Guide: Bar Style, Dallas Daws, Renae Meines, Dale Johnson

Ethos

We know you love heading down to Welch where the music blasts and mug night prevails, but step away from Campustown and you’ll fi nd a unique array of bars attracting more than the average college crowd. We also know that being a broke college student is no joke, so remember, more mugs next to the bar means more money out of your pocket.


2014 Nonresident Visitation, Expenditures, And Economic Impact Estimates: Estimates By Full Year, Quarters, Trip Purposes, And International Visitors., Kara Grau 2015 The University of Montana - Missoula

2014 Nonresident Visitation, Expenditures, And Economic Impact Estimates: Estimates By Full Year, Quarters, Trip Purposes, And International Visitors., Kara Grau

Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications

A collection of 2014 full year and quarterly estimates of nonresident visitation, expenditures by nonresident travelers, and economic impact estimates, including expenditures by purpose of trip, airport of arrival, and international visitors.


Who Do You Think You Are?, Liz Zabel, Mitchell Yoon 2015 Iowa State University

Who Do You Think You Are?, Liz Zabel, Mitchell Yoon

Ethos

Adam Grimm, senior in horticulture and German studies at Iowa State, is training to swim the English Channel. After years of heavy smoking and struggling to accept his sexuality, he’ll make his ! rst attempt during his scheduled July 20–30, 2015 window.

A question-and-answer column with Adam Grimm.


Drinking In Different Cultures, Terigele, Becky Eilers 2015 Iowa State University

Drinking In Different Cultures, Terigele, Becky Eilers

Ethos

Name a culture that doesn’t like to drink. (OK, so maybe Mormons, Muslims and Catholic Priests aren’t so keen on it.) Drinking is one of the most common social activities among American college students. Shocker, no? ! e love of alcohol reaches across cultures, so Ethos gathered information on how other countries enjoy knocking one back..


Quickies: How To Avoid Gymtimidation, Traer Schon, Amira Khatib, Ethos Magazine, Jessica Bartemes, Miranda Cantrell, Jared Raney 2015 Iowa State University

Quickies: How To Avoid Gymtimidation, Traer Schon, Amira Khatib, Ethos Magazine, Jessica Bartemes, Miranda Cantrell, Jared Raney

Ethos

Going to the gym can be a pretty intimidating experience. From the moment you walk in, you are inundated with impressive displays of human ability. Some guy is in the corner benching what looks like 3,000 pounds. You see someone else flex and rip his shirt off . A girl is just finishing up lap 300 on the track. The air is filled with the sound of weights crashing, the faint smell of body odor and frequent usage of the word “bro.” For some people, adapting to this strange environment is a breeze, but for those of us not yet ...


Who Do You Think You Are? Kate Poore, Devon O'Brien, Briana Wengert, Yue Wu 2015 Iowa State University

Who Do You Think You Are? Kate Poore, Devon O'Brien, Briana Wengert, Yue Wu

Ethos

A kingdom reigns in the Midwest: the Kingdom of Calontir. Kate Poore, or Katherine of Arles as known by her lads and ladies, leads Iowa State’s Medieval Re-Creationist Club (MRC) as part of this kingdom. The sophomore in history gives us the lowdown of the Middle Ages existing in the 21st century.

A question-and-answer column with Kate Poore.


Festival 101, Amira Khatib, Mackenzie Ferguson 2015 Iowa State University

Festival 101, Amira Khatib, Mackenzie Ferguson

Ethos

Every summer brings a huge list of music festivals, each a jam-packed weekend full of your favorite artists and a slew of new bands and experiences. Whether you’ll be back home, working in a cool city or stuck in Ames, there is a music festival nearby or cool enough to warrant a weekend road trip. We’ve done all the dirty work for you and made a list of some of the best festivals in the country, so pick one, gather your friends and go.


Pull The Trigger: Students Stick To Their Guns, Nguyet Bui, Yue Wu 2015 Iowa State University

Pull The Trigger: Students Stick To Their Guns, Nguyet Bui, Yue Wu

Ethos

Four blasts echoed through Ames 30 minutes before midnight on Saturday, March 9. The noise fired from the barrel of a revolver during a disagreement between two minors in the parking lot of Zeke’s, less than a mile west of campus on Lincoln Way. The shots were heard by Ames Police officers who “observed several people fighting in the parking lot and running from the area,” according to a press release from the Ames Police Department. After interviewing people at the scene, officers took the minors to juvenile court for carrying a concealed weapon, reckless use of a firearm ...


A Newbie's Guide To The Bars, Amira Khatib, Jordan Welch, Kait McKinney 2015 Iowa State University

A Newbie's Guide To The Bars, Amira Khatib, Jordan Welch, Kait Mckinney

Ethos

Your first time at the bar can be a tricky rite of passage. We share our beginner tips so your friends won’t find you in the corner Googling “proper bar etiquette,” or “best drinks to order at the bar” the night of your 21st birthday.


Who Do You Think You Are?, Traer Schon, Taylor Wertzberger, Tiffany Herring 2015 Iowa State University

Who Do You Think You Are?, Traer Schon, Taylor Wertzberger, Tiffany Herring

Ethos

Walking on central campus on a Sunday afternoon, you may notice a strange game being played. This game isn’t soccer, it isn’t dodgeball, it isn’t capture the flag—it’s a combination of all three. For Quidditch president Andrew Folkmann, it’s not just a game—it’s a competitive sport.

A question-and-answer column with Andrew Folkmann.


Taking Adventure To New Heights, Dallas Daws, Renae Meines, Liz Zabel, Craig Brown 2015 Iowa State University

Taking Adventure To New Heights, Dallas Daws, Renae Meines, Liz Zabel, Craig Brown

Ethos

I lean forward and as we flip through the air, my stomach leaves my body. I am free falling, plummeting to the earth at 120 miles per hour. An inexplicable feeling of invincibility mixed with a humbling sense of my mortality wash over me. Intense adrenaline rushes out every extremity. Somehow, there is a huge grin on my face which wouldn’t disappear until long after I arrived back on the ground.


The Board Border, Cole Komma, Lynne Reiter, Tiffany Herring, Ditch Skateboards 2015 Iowa State University

The Board Border, Cole Komma, Lynne Reiter, Tiffany Herring, Ditch Skateboards

Ethos

Skateboard culture is a lot like high school—cliques rule. You have your technical skaters, your punk skaters blah blah and so on. Certain skateboarders fi t into these cliques and stay within them. When an individual does something diff erent—let’s say longboarding, for example—an openminded few may accept that person, but most will ostracize him or her.


Muscular Christian Edmonton: The Story Of The Edmonton Young Men's Christian Association 1898-1920, Courtney Hope van Waas 2015 The University of Western Ontario

Muscular Christian Edmonton: The Story Of The Edmonton Young Men's Christian Association 1898-1920, Courtney Hope Van Waas

University of Western Ontario - Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

From its initial conception as the EYMI in 1898 to its emergence as the Edmonton YMCA through 1920, the institution always had a distinct purpose. The absence of a Muscular Christian agenda in the EYMI, coupled with a purposive refocusing of programming within the YMCA towards what was directed towards the public interest, religion within this institution waned following World War I. Newspapers and executive minute notes demonstrate the EYMI focus on producing the next generation of respectable businessmen. The Edmonton YMCA attempted to fulfill the task of ‘saving’ young men by distracting them from social vices. As a result ...


Leisure Participation And Perceived Constraints Of Parents And Caregivers Of Children With Disabilities, Kayla Stefania Kiernozek 2015 University of Tennessee - Knoxville

Leisure Participation And Perceived Constraints Of Parents And Caregivers Of Children With Disabilities, Kayla Stefania Kiernozek

Masters Theses

The purpose of this study is to help gain a better understanding of the perceived leisure constraints of parents/caregivers of a child with disabilities and when given the opportunity for respite from parenting roles, how they use their leisure time. A total of 39 parents/caregivers completed the electronic questionnaire with the majority of respondents being female parents. Five main themes were identified in result of the common response patterns embedded throughout the parents/caregivers questionnaire responses, which were: (a) leisure activities, (b) time, (c) extra planning, adaptations, and modifications, (d) resources, and (e) attitude. Findings identified the perceived ...


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