The Daily Evergreen

Edward R Murrow’s legacy

Corinna Thornton | Evergreen editor

April 18, 2016


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At WSU, the investment in a degree can take place in many fields of study, with communication winning Best Degree in the Student Choice Awards this year.Bruce Pinkleton, interim dean of The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, said what sets the communication degree apart from others is it offe...

An open letter from coffee

Daniel Anderson | Evergreen food columnist

April 18, 2016


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          Dear WSU Students,Thank you for voting me once again as your top study snack choice. I’d like to personally thank my friend Joe, who has been the biggest supporter in my life. I’d also like to say that I am honored to be in a category with such other amazing snacks.I can’t make pe...

Packing a punch

Casie More | Evergreen reporter

April 18, 2016


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="f0385faa-0512-11e6-a510-5be06b9c2bf7"}}The Student Recreation Center offers a variety of programs for all kinds of groups, including the women’s Pink Boxing Gloves (PGB), which was voted Best Fitness Class.“Here’s this fitness program, you know, it’s different,...

Students vote with sweet tooth: Best Dessert

From staff reports

April 18, 2016


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There will be mutiny when people discuss where they should get dessert, with the time-tested question of frozen yogurt or cupcakes arising.Never fear, Sweet Mutiny combines two of your favorite treats to win the best place to get dessert as voted by WSU. While ice cream and frozen yogurt may be popu...

They advise, we decide

Shane Michard | Evergreen managing editor

April 18, 2016


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Your professors are not the only ones who dedicate their days to student success.Tami Vik has lived in Pullman for 25 years, and has been advising students at the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication for the last 12 years. As adviser, she helps students map their WSU careers and their lives beyond...

Iron Chef WSU: Best Dining Hall

Casie Moe | Evergreen reporter

April 18, 2016


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It is a requirement to have a Resident Dining Account, or RDA, as a first year student living in the residence halls at WSU. This opens up the option for purchasing meals and snacks from one of the three dining centers on campus: Northside, Hillside or Southside.After the vote went out to see which ...

Best Recover Food

Braden Johnson | Evergreen reporter

April 18, 2016


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In Pullman, some traditions never change. The allure of returning to WSU is fueled by rekindling experiences from past decades with the knowledge that they will for the most part remain the same as they have always been. Such is the motto of service for "Cougar Country Drive-In" and is perhaps ...

Students profess, this prof is best.

Students profess, this prof is best.

From staff reports

April 18, 2016


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Andrew O’Fallon, a professor of software engineering at WSU and winner of best professor for the 2016 Student Choice Awards, tries to think of creative ways to get students out of their selves and involved in the class.He asks students to get up in front of their peers and try to solve a question usi...

There’s no place like these residence halls: Best residence hall

From staff reports

March 6, 2015


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The three best residence halls on campus were voted to be, in first place, Northside, in second, Wilmer-Davis, and third, Stephenson. Northside residence hall is the newest of all residence halls on campus, built just two years ago.As a newer hall, it was built with a lot of community features in mind,...

Finding food on campus: Best dining hall

Finding food on campus: Best dining hall

JENNIFER LADWIG | Evergreen reporter

March 6, 2015


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Living on campus as a freshman, knowing dining options is important, and the three dining halls available have present different options for varying palates.Northside Cafe won best dining hall, likely due to its unique service offerings.“Northside has the Den, which has an all-you-can-eat optio...

Sober? Roller derby, exercise: Best sober activity

Sober? Roller derby, exercise: Best sober activity

From staff reports

March 6, 2015


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When it comes to finding sober activities, UREC and Roller Derby top the rest.Roller Derby:Have you ever felt the need to strap on a pair of roller skates and beat the snot out of someone in intense, full-contact, flat-track action? Well, the Rolling Hills Derby Dames, winners of the 2015 Student Ch...

A brand new ‘do, a brand new you: Best hair stylist

From staff reports

March 6, 2015


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Not many people can wake up with good hair, but for WSU students, there are people in Pullman to help.Hair by James took first prize for Best Hairstylist. The owner, James Cofer, studied cosmetology in his hometown of Lewiston, Idaho, because he said he was looking for a profession that was creative a...

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