Remembering President Elson Floyd, a true leader

June 25, 2015

The loss of Washington State University President Elson Floyd is a difficult one, not just for Cougar nation, but I believe, for higher education and for our state. Much has been written this past week of his leadership, including this… Read more

Thompson vs. Thompson Tomorrow

March 22, 2011

GAMETIME ON TUESDAY — 4PM on ESPN2 vs. Wichita State. We’re going to the Gahhh-den!! What a game in an OT game down to the wire with the last shot. Cougs win 69-66!! Next — bring on Wichita State! Latest… Read more

Higher Education’s in Trouble

January 20, 2011

Update: You’ll be hearing this radio ad playing in the Seattle area regarding WSU and the cuts it’s been forced to make because of state funding decisions. I agreed to cut the spot after being asked by a group of very… Read more

WSU’s Glenn Johnson — Best. Professor. Ever.

January 11, 2011

Why we love this guy. Glenn Johnson is a broadcast professor at Washington State University in the Murrow College of Communications. He’s the Voice of the Cougars at all of their home football and basketball games. (Can you say, “And that’s… Read more

California Impressionism

June 23, 2010

Impressions of California. I’m a big fan of impressionist art, and have been since I was introduced to it in one of my college honors classes at WSU. Living and working in California for about a 10 year period, I… Read more

Catch up time — Murrow Symposium

April 22, 2010

Murrow Symposium in Pullman. Just back from this year’s Edward R. Murrow Symposium at the College of Communications at WSU, and the message this year: Journalism is not dead. It’s simply changing. Yes, it’s a revolutionary change in the way… Read more

Celebrate Washington Wine 2010!

January 31, 2010

A Great Year — No doubt 2009 will be remembered as a great year for the Washington wine industry. First, Wine Spectator named Columbia Crest Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2005 its “Wine of the Year” ranking it #1 in the world,… Read more

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