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KWSU-TV covered Mount St. Helens’ impact at WSU

TerrellKWSUFilmPULLMAN, Wash. – May 18, 2015 marks the 35th anniversary of the eruption of Mount St. Helens in Washington state. The ash cloud moved across the northwest, directly impacting Washington State University for weeks.

The next day following the eruption, KWSU-TV, along with a broadcast news class, produced a 30-minute special about the eruption and its impact on the state, animals, and specifically Pullman. Watch the program below, anchored by Glenn Johnson, with student reporters including Kathi Goertzen, and then-WSU President Glenn Terrell.

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