The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

When Rehael Mufti, senior marketing and human resources major, went to school in Britain, she found conversations were more open compared to her own culture.

Students provide cross-cultural perspective on taboos of sex education

PUNEET BSANTI November 17, 2022

Sex is a subject that can be controversial to some or normal to others, however, Pakistani and Latin cultures have their own ways of approaching this topic.  Born in Pakistan and raised in Dubai,...

Professor of anthropology studies history of psychoactives

Professor of anthropology studies history of psychoactives

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen reporter November 17, 2022

Whether it is tobacco, cannabis  or even chocolate, anthropology professor Shannon Tushingham has seen it all when it comes to psychoactive drugs. Tushingham has worked at WSU since 2013, her love...

Professor A.J. Millers passion for music began in sixth grade band.

Professor uncovers popularity of History of Rock ‘n’ Roll course

SHANA HUANG, Evergreen reporter November 17, 2022

WSU’s History of Rock 'n' Roll is a popular course, with close to 450 students between two sections enrolling each semester. Also known as Rock Music: History and Social Analysis, the class is taught...

A dance performence at the Diwalii event.

Communities gather to celebrate the festival of lights

PUNEET BSANTI November 15, 2022

Diwali, or the festival of lights, was celebrated amongst Indian and non-Indians on Sunday where attendees watched cultural performances and soaked in the traditions of the community for one night. Diwali...

The deadline to submit pieces of work is Tuesday.

Campus Civic Poet Award was born from students ‘demanding accountability’

PUNEET BSANTI November 14, 2022

The Campus Civic Poet Award was relaunched this year for students of diverse voices. The award was inspired by those who protested the replica of former President Donald Trump’s wall in 2016 through...

Students participate in the Round Dance in November 2022.

‘I am here because of so much strength that was put in the people before me’

PUNEET BSANTI November 9, 2022

To Tommy Williams, Native American Heritage Month is an opportunity for voices that are silenced to be heard.  “A lot of people have that privilege to not know what it feels like to have your own...

Students hang out at the new First Gen Student Center

(First) welcomes students through center

PUNEET BSANTI November 8, 2022

First at WSU celebrates National First-Generation Day through a series of events on Monday during their grand opening of the center on the fourth flood of the Compton Union Building. Some of the events...

April Almanza poses with a photograph of her grandmother, Nov. 2.

Día de los Muertos celebrates deceased loved ones

PUNEET BSANTI November 3, 2022

Día de los Muertos, a holiday that honors deceased relatives, was celebrated among Hispanic and non-Hispanic students, faculty and Pullman community members on Wednesday at the Ensminger Pavilion. Students...

WSU students participate in Terrell Librarys Queering the Archives event, Oct. 21.

Students, faculty discover LGBTQ+ history through library archives

PUNEET BSANTI October 23, 2022

Pages of historical documents, handwritten letters, comics and even a letter from Virginia Woolf to her lover, were some that members of the LGBTQ+ center and volunteers discovered when combing through...

The Chicanx Latinx Student Center hosted three panelists on Wednesday in the Compton Union Building Junior Ballroom. 

Voices that Echo comes from the soul

PUNEET BSANTI and JULIAN CABALLERO October 20, 2022

When Berta Herrera Trejo came to WSU with her four children in 1997, she was a single mother who had just completed her GED. Now, she is a teacher who is pursuing the National Board Certification, with...

César Haas will be accompanied by Christian Kim and Austin Cebulske.

WSU departments bring Brazil to Kimbrough Music Building

SHANA HUANG, Evergreen reporter October 13, 2022

As students pass by Kimbrough Music Building on Friday evening, they might hear the sounds of a Brazilian beach in Rio de Janeiro and smell the aroma of coconut wafting from the building. WSU School...

WSU hosted a tipi assembling event from 9-10 a.m., Oct. 10.

Native American students share personal experience with WSU, Indigenous Peoples Day

PUNEET BSANTI October 10, 2022

[WSU] acknowledges that the disposition of Indigenous lands was often taken by coercive and violent acts, and the disregard of treaties. For that, WSU extends its deepest apologies. [WSU] owes [its] deepest...

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