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Iron blood levels in Guatemala improve with WSU project
May 23, 2017

Iron Fish By  Garrett R. Kalt , Murrow College, backpack journalist

ZACAPA, Guatemala – Washington State University students and faculty recently returned from a 10-day volunteer effort to help assess whether a health project designed to increase iron levels in the blood of rural Guatemalan people has been successful.

WSU students underwrite young Guatemalan’s education
April 28, 2017

By Garrett R. Kalt, student, Edward R. Murrow College of Communication

ZACAPA, Guatemala – Twelve-year-old Joan Stiven of Zacapa, Guatemala, is the newest niño welcomed into the WSU Cougar family.

Feb. 28: Pintak to discuss media, America, Islam
February 27, 2017

PULLMAN, Wash. – The role of the media in shaping America’s relationship with Islam will be discussed by communication professor Lawrence Pintak at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, in CUE 203 in a free, public Washington State University common reading lecture.

Generation gap persists when judging news credibility
June 28, 2016

By Darin Watkins, Edward R. Murrow College of Communication

Erica-AustinPULLMAN, Wash. – Two decades ago, Washington State University researchers found a dramatic difference in how young and old judge news credibility. With the advent of online news delivery, that gap seems even more pronounced.

News disruption, journalism’s future in Pacific Northwest
April 11, 2016

By Ben Shors and Douglas Blanks Hindman, Murrow College of Communication

PULLMAN, Wash. – The decline in the number of journalists working in the Pacific Northwest threatens to undermine civic engagement, government accountability and the public’s knowledge of local communities, according to a panel of national experts convened by Washington State University and the Seattle Times.