October 2021
Canceled: Murrow Alumni Homecoming Tailgate 
To better support our Murrow Coug fans getting into Martin Stadium before kick-off, we are cancelling our tailgate. As the vaccine verification procedure to attend Cougar football goes into effect this month, we have decided to cancel our tailgate to provide attendees additional time to enter Martin Stadium for this week's 1:00 pm PST game, against Oregon State. More details about this process are available here.

While we won't be able to host you for a tailgate, we still have ways to connect! Check out a Murrow College tour led by our student Ambassadors at 4:00 pm on Friday, Oct 8. The tour starts at the new Welcome Center in Goertzen Hall. Email to let us know if you plan to stop by!
Introducing the Murrow College Welcome Center!
This semester, Murrow College opened the doors of our Welcome Center. Located in Goertzen Hall, the Welcome Center serves as the starting place for prospective students and families to learn about the Murrow College, our programs, and tour college facilities. As the center grows, we will dedicate space to celebrate the accomplishments of Murrow alumni. When you visit, please stop by the Welcome Center, leave a message of advice for current students, and take a tour to see how Murrow College continues to evolve. College tours are led by Murrow Ambassadors Monday through Friday at 4:00 pm. 

The Welcome Center is also the home of Murrow College's Assistant Director for Recruitment, Mickinzie Johnson. Mickinzie is known for her stellar work hosting the video series "Murrow Minutes". Started as a way to stay connected with students during remote learning, the series continues to provide prospective and current students with insider information like how to register for classes, how to work with your advisor, and the benefits of joining Murrow student organizations.
7 Murrow Ambassadors pose with signs that spell Go Murrow Cougs!, smiling in front of the windows of a building that reflect the Palouse hills.
Additionally, the Welcome Center serves as headquarters for the Murrow Ambassadors. This select group of students represent the Murrow College culture and communicate with prospective students and families, current students, faculty, staff, community members and guests of WSU at recruitment and retention programs. The Ambassador program is run by students, for students, and salutes the #OneWSU and #OneMurrow experience. Meet this year's Murrow Ambassadors. 
Save the Date! 46th Murrow Symposium: April 5 - 6, 2022

Mark your calendars for Tuesday, April 5, and Wednesday, April 6, for the 46th Murrow Symposium. Keep an eye out for exciting updates about our hybrid event platform, the call for speakers, and our Lifetime Achievement Award recipient!

This year's theme is "Elevate & Advocate: Communication for the Common Good." Diversity, equity, and inclusion doesn’t happen on its own. True to WSU’s land-grant tradition of service to society, the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication endeavors to serve as the model for building a community where every person, regardless of difference, is valued and included. “Elevate and Advocate” is about doing the real work and having the uncomfortable conversations. It is about being intentional, genuine, and proactive in our efforts to overcome barriers preventing a more inclusive norm. At this year’s Symposium, we focus on the ways communicators can elevate silenced voices and advocate for underrepresented groups whenever and however we can.

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