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Recent Stories

A woman in an orange shirt speaks into a microphone at a Black Lives Matter rally.
Black newspaper

Spokane’s Black newspaper relaunches

Sandy Williams first launched The Black Lens, Spokane’s Black newspaper, in 2015. Her family has been working to bring the paper back. (Credit: The Black Lens) Listen (Runtime 1:07) Read

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A photo from a game trail camera shows a pack of white, grey and black wolves walking across a snowy mountainside with evergreen trees behind them.
Idaho

Nez Perce Tribe honors the wolf

In this Feb. 1, 2017, file image provided the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, a wolf pack is captured by a remote camera in Hells Canyon National Recreation Area

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Recent Sports News

Murrow News Service

Power in the Pool

More Murrow News Stories WSU swimmer Keiana Fountaine breaks records in the pool — and is a leader outside of it. Share Facebook Twitter Reddit Email Print LinkedIn Explore More

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Recent WSU News

Students stand on steps holding signs with sayings like "Eat the Admins" in front of a brick building under a blue sky. A student gives a speech with a megaphone in front of the crowd.
Coalition of Academic Student Employees

Unionized WSU student workers going on strike

Members of the Washington State University Coalition of Academic Student Employees (WSU-CASE) hold a rally on the Pullman campus on September 27, 2023. (Credit: Lauren Paterson / NWPB) Listen (Runtime

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Recent Pullman News

Students stand on steps holding signs with sayings like "Eat the Admins" in front of a brick building under a blue sky. A student gives a speech with a megaphone in front of the crowd.
Coalition of Academic Student Employees

Unionized WSU student workers going on strike

Members of the Washington State University Coalition of Academic Student Employees (WSU-CASE) hold a rally on the Pullman campus on September 27, 2023. (Credit: Lauren Paterson / NWPB) Listen (Runtime

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Recent Regional News

A female student in plaid and jeans and a male student in a black jacket and light jeans use a measuring tape on the ground at the top of a green hill. Brick buildings can be seen in the distance.
architecture

UI memorial garden to come this summer

Architecture students Jackson Wiedenfeld (left) and Harper Drake (right) take measurements at the future site of the Vandal Healing Garden and Memorial on the University of Idaho campus. (Credit: Lauren

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About the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University

From London rooftop broadcasts during WWII raids, to his exposés of McCarthyism in the early 50s, Edward R. Murrow is known for taking his audience places they had never been and allowing them to experience things they could never imagine.

True to our legacy, the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication is dedicated to providing students—the communications professionals of the future—this same level of inspiration, experience, and real-world education.

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