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What the struggle over recognition for WSU's Gay Awareness student group shows is some of the similarities between rural and urban LGBTQ rights. Rural areas — especially college towns like Pullman or Moscow — are also queer places. People in cities who were against gay rights used the same tactic as those in Pullman—the public-referendum—to deny housing or employment Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN – Americans over the age of 16 are now eligible to receive a vaccine and take their turn dealing with the symptoms of the shots. The different vaccines, Pfizer and Moderna, seem to have similar side affects on the people who have received at least one dose of the vaccine.… 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
A boom in American consumers’ online shopping during the pandemic has prompted a boost in imports from Asia. But that left U.S. agriculture products without a ride back. Many ships aren’t waiting to be loaded with agricultural goods at West Coast ports before heading back across the ocean with empty containers. Plus, the Trump administration’s trade war hit apples hard. Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN – Every senior has paid their graduation fee at Washington State University for the lowest amount possible by March fifth. Without any clarification from WSU Graduations, many students are not sure why there is an additional fee just to graduate. Senior Haley Cyr feels that it is an unnecessary cost.… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN—Governor Jay Inslee approved eastern Washington counties to transition into Phase 2 of the COVID lockdown. This allows for businesses like Zeppoz to open their businesses for 25% of its original capacity. Co-owner Craig Peterson is happy to have some of his former employees back after a long shutdown period. “We… Read More
The emergence of AIDS provides the impetus for It's a Sin, a hit British series about five young people who share a London apartment over the years from 1981 to '91. The show is the semi-autobiographical brainchild of Russell T. Davies, a writer best known for creating Queer as Folk and resurrecting Doctor Who. With his gimlet eye for the pop jugular, Davies turns the Read More
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