More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH – A Washington State University spokesman says university president Kirk Schulz is not interested in leaving for the Big 12. This, a day after… Continue Reading WSU spokesman: Schulz “not a candidate” for Big 12 job
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, Wash. – Long before Beasley Coliseum and Martin Stadium, there has always been Bohler Gym, nestled in the heart of Washington State University. Bohler Gym… Continue Reading Bohler Gym: The home for Washington State University Volleyball
What if I told you that the road to the Tour de France ran through Pullman? Well, for WSU student Chris Dugan, it does. He’s been racing for well over… Continue Reading WSU Student Takes the Next Step Towards Competing in the Tour de France
Since Nick Rolovich was fired from WSU, his attorney Brian Fahling sent out a letter promising legal action against the university for what they said was an unjust and unlawful… Continue Reading Rolovich’s Appeal Against WSU and His Pending Lawsuit
When Nick Rolovich was relieved of his duties as head football coach on Monday, it inspired strong reactions from across the WSU community and the nation. But it also inspired… Continue Reading Cougar Athletic Fund Donors Lift Up Student Athletes
PULLMAN – WSU announced that starting on October 9th for their game against Oregon State, anyone 12 and older is required to be fully vaccinated or provide a negative COVID… Continue Reading New COVID Procedures at Gesa Field
More Murrow News Stories Pullman (Murrow News 8) – WSU esports is pushing to legitimize their organization and talk about what the college has done for them so far. Gabriel… Continue Reading The Legitimacy of Washington State University Esports
Garrett Utz can’t play sports this year, so the Special Olympics athlete is making phone calls instead. A lot of phone calls. Utz is part of a statewide team that… Continue Reading Washington Special Olympics Bought over 19,000 Soccer Balls: Here’s Why
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