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More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH -Now that COVID-19 restrictions have laxed, concerts are able to happen more frequently. This allowed for WSU’s Student Entertainment Board to host their first SpringFest event since 2019. However, SEB’s Director of Events Olivia Burdick, who spearheaded the event this year, detailed the struggles she and SEB faced Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH – The end of the school year means final exams, job hunting, and, for Master of Fine Arts Graduate Candidates, art museum exhibitions. “This particular show is about celebrating the accomplishments of the Fine Arts thesis students,” Debby Stinson, the Marketing and PR director for the museum, said. Six… 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. – March eighth was the mark of International Women’s Day, but some people on campus felt that this day needed to be celebrated just a little longer. International Women’s Day lands at the beginning of Women’s History Month. This year’s theme is #BreakTheBias where people are asked to imagine… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH – Energy bills for the month of January increased. Wildlife ecology major Mackenzie Perry said her electric bill was up nearly $40 from the usual cost. She shares an apartment with three roommates, which uses baseboard heating. Carlos Limon, Avista Utilities energy efficiency engineer, said during the winter months,… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, Wash. – Courtney Crabtree is enjoying her senior year and final semester at Washington State University, finally in person after nearly two years. But she’s worried that might change. Washington State University remains committed to in-person learning despite a dramatic increase in Covid cases on campus, according to a WSU… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH -Moscow Chamber of Commerce seems to be hosting an event in each season. Last fall they put on the first annual Moscowberfest. And this winter season they decided to host an 80’s ski party for Winterfest.  Similar to their previous event the community got to gather for this party… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH – The College Hill neighborhood is unique in the city of Pullman. Most mornings it’s quiet, this is a stark contrast to nights and weekdays when students who live in the area are rushing to classes or going out with friends. “You’re talking about a neighborhood that has an… Read More
On a college campus it’s probably common that face masks are required inside campus buildings. However, the real issue with that is where those face masks end up. It’s almost a guarantee that your walk to and from campus you might see a disposable face mask on the ground or laying in the dirt. While… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN (Murrow News 8) – Police released the names of the victims in Saturday morning’s shooting on College Hill. Police said Liban Barre, of Kent, died at Pullman Regional Hospital. WSU student Brandon Gray was injured, taken by Lifeflight to a Spokane hospital. Late Saturday morning, Pullman Police announced the arrest… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH -Let’s rewind back to spring 2020. Pre-COVID-19 shutdown. The WSU Horticulture Club had around $53,000 worth of plants growing in their greenhouses for their largest sale of the year, Mom’s Weekend… which got cancelled. The pandemic put a huge financial strain on the Horticulture Club. During the shutdown, Co-Advisor,… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH – “I collect mainly from two areas,” Jason Shull said, a Pullman rock enthusiast, “they come from Washington and Idaho. I go on big walks and hikes and kick rocks over and try to determine what material might end up being good and what ends up being what we call… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH – WSU alumnus Spencer McCarty remembers taking COM300 when he went to the university. “It was a lot of stress and pain,” McCarty said. He’s not alone. “My term for it is a necessary evil,” WSU student Cameron Limes said. “This was kind of the dreaded course of this semester,”… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH – It has been a tough, trying year for people around the world. The Pullman Police Department is one such group that has had a lot on their plate this last year. COVID-19 has added a lot of work stress to the already stressful job of being an officer.… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH – Dodge Matthews has been waiting for his grandparents to get the coronavirus vaccine “They’ve been eligible to get the COVID vaccine, but it’s just not available in their rural community. There’s not too many places that actually give out the vaccine,” Matthews said. “Henry,” a source who Read More
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