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File photo of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity chapter house at Washington State University.
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Pullman Police Identify 19-Year-Old WSU Student Who Died At Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity

Pullman Police are investigating after a Washington State University student died at a fraternity Tuesday morning. The investigation is ongoing, but officials believe alcohol was a factor. Police identified the student late Tuesday night as Samuel Martinez of Bellevue. Continue Reading Pullman Police Identify 19-Year-Old WSU Student Who Died At Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity

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Recent Live Reports

Recent Sports News

Recent WSU News

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As WA sits idle on sports betting laws, student bookies continue to profit

While legal gambling venues like Zeppoz continue to get business hosting card games, illegal sports betting continues to permeate the WSU student community. Murrow News 8 spoke with one bookie about how his business works, and how much money have profits off of his clients. Continue Reading As WA sits idle on sports betting laws, student bookies continue to profit

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Recent Pullman News

gambling

As WA sits idle on sports betting laws, student bookies continue to profit

While legal gambling venues like Zeppoz continue to get business hosting card games, illegal sports betting continues to permeate the WSU student community. Murrow News 8 spoke with one bookie about how his business works, and how much money have profits off of his clients. Continue Reading As WA sits idle on sports betting laws, student bookies continue to profit

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Recent Regional News

Group of WSU students leading volunteer group around Spokane
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A homeless woman peered into a cardboard box full of sealed paper bags with PERIOD. stamped on each one. “Are those sandwiches? Can I have one?” she said, a half-smoked cigarette between her lips. Continue Reading Period.

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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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