More Murrow News Stories BELGRADE, SERBIA – Second-year college student Jelisaveta Zubac does not believe the Serbian government is doing enough to ensure young adults’ success.  “You have to build yourself up,” she said. “There’s not much help.” Zubac is not alone in her sentiments. English student Tijana Jovic said she feels young people are… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH – Those walking around the Compton Union Building Monday and Tuesday might have been handed a rose, which the WSU Women*s Center passed out in honor of International Women’s Day.  Emily Straling, senior psychology major, said she was not expecting the act of kindness and appreciated the thoughtfulness of the… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH – As 2022 progresses, some people are calling for stringent COVID-19 mitigation efforts like mask-wearing to lessen. “If we’re gonna get it, there’s already different ways we’re gonna get it other than wearing masks,” WSU student Dani Reeves said. Lessening these restrictions means society is shifting from a pandemic to… Read More
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