Murrow News Service students contributed to coverage of state legislative races leading up to the 2018 midterm election
Photos by Luke Hollister from a Backpack Journalism trip to the Dakar Rally in South America.
Beneath the stands of cheering fans, room 96 of Washington State University’s Martin Stadium serves as a temporary waypoint for disorderly and intoxicated visitors.
WSU composting facility currently used for animals could soon be a destination for the remains of people who donate their bodies to science.
Students apply their digital storytelling skills to support local businesses during study abroad experience in Greece.
The Murrow News Service was created to provide students with experience in creating professional news stories, as well as to provide information to the public and media outlets.
A nightly newscast produced, written, anchored and crewed entirely by Murrow students.
WSU participants work hand in hand with Hearts in Motion (HIM), a nonprofit organization, on the medical service project.
Two Washington State University journalism students produced more than 60 stories as legislative correspondents for state news outlets this semester.
WSU Health and Wellness Services partnered with the PRSSA Bateman Competition student team for “A Day to Lend A Hand” on campus.