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The Retort THE VOICE OF MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY BILLINGS February 6th, 2014 Vol.91, Issue 2 FILM SHEDS LIGHT ON THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY'S ATTEMPTS TO SILENCE AN INDUSTRY WHISTLEBLOWER KNUDSEN METED FOR AU.-DISTRICT TEAM OUTDOORS P14 1 1 ( 111 t o r g GEOCACHING.COM GEOCACHING YEAR ROUND CULTURE P10 BACKSTAGE PASS OMNITHEX r OPINION P7 DO NOT TOUCH ME SINGLE OR NOT VALENTINES DAY SUCKS STUDENT POLL Are you leaving the state for spring break? VOTE @ INDEX News 3 Campus Life 4 Opinion 6 Feature 9 Culture 10 Sports 12 Outdoors 14 Connection 16 By MSU BILLINGS NEWS SERVICES Critically acclaimed for its riveting story of the tobacco industry's lies and attempts to silence the scientist who blew the Whistle on the industry, the documentaryfilm \Addiction Incorporated\ !will be screened at ontana State University illings on Feb. 18. 3 The film conveys how Dr. Victor iDeNoble, a former P hilip Morris research scientist, became one iof the most influential histleblowers in By ASHLEE TWIFORD T he Garage at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Company is currently working to be more than a place for good beer and good music. They recently established a n ew program, Pints for a Cause They hope to become a good place to support community fforts and engage in eighborhood spirit. he Garage now hosts a n individual or an 4 rganization every onday and their ause gets $1 for every int sold between 6 .m. and 8 p.m. Yellowstone Valley as always been a ommunity driven roup. In the grass oots beginning of history, testifying before Congress about his findings on the addictive nature of nicotine. DeNoble discovered that a trace ingredient in tobacco smoke amplified the narcotic effects of nicotine. By tweaking the formula, DeNoble could cause lab rats to press a dosing lever up to 90 times a day. When DeNoble tried to publish his findings in an academic journal, his employer invoked a secrecyclause, fired the scientist and killed the story. Pints for a Cause they recognized that Billings is a generous community, but it's not always aware of who is doing what and who needs support. Microbreweries around the country have similar programs that became successful and The Garage has the perfect personality to try it. They figured, why not raise a bit of money serving some good beer? And in the spirit of a successful music venue, they also hope to have music at each Pints for a Cause Monday. For $25 they offer to take care of finding and setting up talent for any organization selected. Continued on P10 PINTS couldn't be harvested. While this type of drilling leaves very little impact on the surface, that doesn't mean that there is no impact. For one; these drills take quite a bit of maintenance, including nearly 400 trucks with water and supplies for each natural gas well formed from the process. In fact, nearly I million to an astounding 8 million gallons of water are used for each f racking job. Certainly, this type of upkeep means jobs for many in the transportation field. However, these jobs may not provide the easy money as promised as shown in Years later, dogged journalists sniffed a story and tracked down DeNoble, who agreed to meet under cloak-and- dagger circumstances. Together they unearthed the buried evidence and gave it to the feds. In 1994, Congress held hearings where the heads of thetobacco companies replied in unison that their products were not addictive. Continued on P.11 TOBACCO By MSU BILLINGS EWS SERVICES October 10, 1941 the entire Jewish population in the Belarusian village of Krucha was rounded up and shot. While Nazi death squads routinely carried out mass-executions on the Eastern Front, this particular atrocity was not the work of the SS. In \Marching into Darkness: The Wehrmacht and the Holocaust in Belarus,\ author Dr. Waitman Beorn presents a bone- chilling expose about the ordinary German foot soldiers who participated in the Final Solution. the \New York Times\ documentary \Running on Fumes in North Dakota.\ This follows the story of a 38-year-old woman who desperately needed a job to pay off her debt and decided to drive truck on the Bakken, an area in Northwestern Montana and North Dakota known for fracking. However, she only found a lower salary than promised and an incredibly high cost of living that left her in the same position as before. Continued on P14 FRACKING CT REENWOOD, Ind. – Co-SIDA announced today, Thursday, Jan. 30, the Montana State University Billings Women's Basketball player Bobbi Knudsen has been selected for the Capital One Academic All-District 8 Team. Knudsen was selected from 32 schools and three conferences, California Collegiate Athletic Association, Great Northwest Athletic Conference, and the PacWest Conference, to be included as one of the top five student-athletes in the The College of Arts and Sciences and the MSUB Library will host the special lecture, reception and By STACEY FALDETTA nerwsemsubretort.ors I n have heard this question a gazill ion times I have uttered it even more. If you don't want to drink and gamble (or aren't yet 21) what else is there to do? I am going to attempt to spark your creativity and give you some different ideas for entertainment in the Magic City. My best friend, Thea, and I decided that we should have a girl's morning as since we both happened to be free. We started the morning out with a little trip to Harper and Madison on 10th Ave. North. Nestled among the old mansions south of MSU Billings, this hidden gem is NCA A Div. H West Region. This is the third year in-a-row the senior from Malta, Mont. has been awarded this honor. Continued on P.13 KNUDSEN book signing. Feb. 11, 6:30 p.m., in the Library building, room 148 within walking distance of our beautiful campus. We both chose the blue cheese and ham croissant to eat, and I had the Earl Grey tea with cream, my usual. The menu was ample, with salads and wraps, lattes and teas, as well as the sweet treats. The air outside was extraordinarily cold that morning, so a quaint little cafe table in the sun was completely heavenly. The food was delicious. I give an enthusiastic thumbs up and suggest heading to Harper and Madison next time the question, \Where should we go for some coffee and a bite to eat?\ rears its ugly head. Continued on P3 BILLINGS TABBY MAUST ith all the information, opinions, and ven protests regarding he new wave of oil and atural gas extraction ailed fracking, the average utdoor lover may be left ith questions—especially uestions like, how does his involve me? Hydraulic fracturing, !so simply known as racking is a form of orizontal drilling. Fluid s injected into the earth t a high pressure which ractures rock (thus called `fracking\) and releases atural gas that otherwise INTS FOR A CAUSE irr rewing Company HE TRUTH OF FRACKING HOLOCAUST AUTHOR TO PRESENT LECTURE ABOUT NEW BOOK Assistant professor of history and the Louis and Frances Blumkin Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies at the University of Nebraska, Beorn will present research from a.‘\--m his new book during a special lecture and book signing at MSU Billings on Feb. 11, 6:30 p.m., in the Library building, room 148. A question and answer session and a book-signing reception will follow the lecture. 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