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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

WSUs MLK program has a wide variety of online events and speakers lined up throughout Jan and Feb.

Celebrate Black History Month with Big Names

CAROLYN MCCAMPBELL, Evergreen columnist January 20, 2022

What comes to mind when you think of the name Martin Luther King Jr.? Perhaps civil rights, equality or those first few lines from his most famous speech, “I Have A Dream.” As we begin to navigate...

Take a break from the chaos of your life and enter a new world, journey into the genre of your choice.

Books to fuel 2022

LANNAN RUIZ January 20, 2022

Reading is the gateway to another world, a medium that can fill us with joy on one page and break our hearts on the next. We travel along page by page with characters, crying, laughing, screaming, and...

Senior psychology major Ben Sherry (left) and senior biology and business management major Fatimah Alvaqshi (right) create caring cougar cards, Tuesday, Jan. 18, in the CUB.

MLK program fosters community in system-wide “Caring Cougar Cards” event

JUSTIN WASHINGTON, Evergreen research editor January 20, 2022

On Jan. 18, WSU hosted “Caring Cougar Cards,” a system-wide event in honor of MLK Day. All campuses, both in-person and Zoom, provided materials for students to make cards for community partners across...

Shabbat is a weekly celebration in Jewish culture

‘I am not ashamed of my heritage, my culture, my life’

SANDI KOBIESA, Editor-in-chief January 20, 2022

“We must get everything done before sunset,” my grandma would yell at my brothers and me. “The Lord needs everything done by sunset.” My grandma, this tiny older woman, would hustle around her...

WSU is hosting a variety of events January through March in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

WSU hosts events honoring MLK Day

CALLIE GERBER January 17, 2022

WSU is hosting a variety of events starting today and lasting through March 31 to honor Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The commemoration goes far into the spring semester, said Jaime Nolan, associate vice...

WSU Associate Professor Ken Faunce is presenting at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre on the history of the opioid epidemic.

WSU associate professor presents research on history of opioid epidemic

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter January 17, 2022

The Latah County Historical Society is hosting a series of presentations based on the Roots of Contemporary Issues class offered at WSU.  Dulce Kersting-Lark, Latah County Historical Society executive...

As the semester picks up speed, release some of that built up rage and jam out to this playlist. With a wide range of music, there is something for everyone.

Songs to start the semester

COLE QUINN, Evergreen photo editor January 13, 2022

After spending time with family for the holidays, it’s time for students to get settled back into life in Pullman. One of the necessities in college life is a great taste in music —one that defines...

Lannan Ruiz dancing Jalisco Style Folkorico as a member of Ballet Folklorico de WSU.

Letter from the editor: culture edition

LANNAN RUIZ January 13, 2022

New year, new section. This semester will kick off with a new section covering only cultural topics. It will cover Black History Month events to VIBES, music reviews, and culturally impactful films.  This...

Mountain of student resources available to Pullman community. It is easy to get lost in them.

The Lite Guide to Resources on Campus

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist January 13, 2022

With students coming back onto campus for the new semester, it becomes more important than ever to be prepared for life in Pullman. For even the more experienced of the bunch, it can feel quite daunting...

Guadamuz wows the audience with their voice during their senior recital performance.

Anya Guadamuz flourishes in senior recital performance 

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist December 9, 2021

The Bryan Hall Theatre filled with people for the senior recital of Anya Guadamuz, the fulfillment of a requirement for the completion of a bachelor’s of music in vocal performance, but also one of the...

Beware of black ice as temperatures drop.

Winter rules and tools

RACHEL DEANGELIS December 9, 2021

As the winter months roll in, make sure you and your fellow Cougs are following suitable winter protocols to have the best experience during this season. These winter months go all the way from the middle...

Bring in the holiday spirit with these 10 must-see films.

Top 10 Christmas movies

CAROLYN MCCAMPBELL, Evergreen columnist December 9, 2021

As the semester is beginning its end and the holidays begin to roll around, traditions are making their annual return all over the world, especially for those who celebrate Christmas. People are hanging...

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