Over the course of five years, Benjamin Shors and Torsten Kjellstrand with Sixty-Four Films followed the compelling story of a Blackfeet man and woman facing the ghosts of their past with resolve, courage, and humor in the half-hour documentary film The Blackfeet Flood.
Murrow College and WSU Native Media presented the film in an exclusive screening on November 7.
Virtually every spring since 1973, the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University has hosted the Murrow Symposium, an event that brings prominent media figures to the WSU Pullman campus to discuss contemporary issues facing the communication professions and offers current students the opportunity to interact with and seek valuable advice from alumni and communication professionals from across the state of Washington and beyond.
About the College
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.
The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication has three distinct academic fields of study in our undergraduate program: Communication & Society, Journalism & Media Production, Strategic Communication.
The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication Graduate Studies Program offers master’s and doctorate degree programs.