From the spring game to a stay at home order

About this time last year, Washington State Cougars football would have held its annual spring game. Right now, Martin Stadium is stagnant, quietly waiting for the action to return once again.  Like Martin Stadium, the rest of the country is quietly waiting to reopen.  The COVID-19 outbreak has forced cities and states in the U.S.Continue reading “From the spring game to a stay at home order”

Story Proposal: Final Project

For my final story, I want to write about Washington State football and what the future of it looks like during this COVID-19 pandemic. Is there going to be a season? Is there going to be summer workouts? What is the NCAA and the PAC-12 saying? I would also interview Washington State football players andContinue reading “Story Proposal: Final Project”

Interviewing Strangers

Lexis Cook, 21, is from Issaquah, Washington. She is a Broadcast News major, and her favorite holiday memory was when she went hiking in Bellingham with friends. Reed Wetzel, 22, is a Broadcast News major. He is from Tacoma, Washington, and he saved enough money to take his mom to dinner. Andrea Dodge is fromContinue reading “Interviewing Strangers”

Football hire might mean more rugby players

Washington State University’s club rugby team hopes to build their program using help from the new head football coach.  The head rugby coach at WSU, Danny Auerbach, said he hopes to meet with Nick Rolovich, the head football coach at WSU. Auerbach wants to persuade Rolovich to let the WSU football players play rugby duringContinue reading “Football hire might mean more rugby players”

Introduce Yourself (Example Post)

This is an example post, originally published as part of Blogging University. Enroll in one of our ten programs, and start your blog right. You’re going to publish a post today. Don’t worry about how your blog looks. Don’t worry if you haven’t given it a name yet, or you’re feeling overwhelmed. Just click theContinue reading “Introduce Yourself (Example Post)”