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The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Anna Adams in her graduation regalia on April 20, 2024 in Pullman, Wash.

Daily Evergreen managing editor graduating after having ‘yes’ year

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief May 2, 2024

After growing up in Pullman, Anna Adams went to England for a year. But once the year was up, she realized she still had more to do in the tiny town she had lived in her entire life. Adams, senior multimedia...

Design editor Dorothy Greenhalge with their capstone group after presenting their final design last April.

Face behind Daily Evergreen’s front page to pass on legacy

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief May 2, 2024

Dorothy Greenhalge (they/them) is an architecture major, but it was a perfect match when they got hired on as the design editor for The Daily Evergreen in the 2021 fall semester. Greenhalge came to...

Evan Charney poses at midfield of Gesa Field for his senior photos, April 14, in Pullman, Wash.

WSU senior traded woods for wheatfields, graduating Saturday through Murrow College

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor May 2, 2024

Evan Charney grew up surrounded by woods in Wilton, Connecticut, and decided WSU in Pullman would be a good fit for college as it had a similar community atmosphere — just with yellow wheatfields instead...

Josie Goodrich in front of The Daily Evergreen door in graduation regalia.

Cougar Cowgirl: The Last Ride

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor May 2, 2024

Where do I begin… Ever since I was a little girl I’ve been writing stories and making up fairytales, anywhere from Sally and the Pencil Family to a story about a haunted house run by a bat. I...

Terracotta Pullman on South Grand Ave, Sept. 20, 2023, in Pullman, Wash.

Terracotta Pullman opening Moscow location in May

KENNEDY IVES, Evergreen contributor May 2, 2024

Terracotta Pullman, the pottery business in downtown Pullman, will be opening up a second location in Moscow in May due to Project Downtown Pullman. Terracotta has yet to decide on an opening date,...

Volunteers preparing to burn pizza boxes and other biodegradable materials into biochar at Pizza for the Planet.

Pizza for the Planet: Community unites to reduce pizza box waste

IRVIN VILLALVA, Evergreen reporter May 2, 2024

Non-recyclable pizza boxes became recyclable at Pizza for the Planet, hosted by the nonprofit The Phoenix Conservancy April 20 at Ruby Street Park. At the event, attendees burned pizza boxes and other...

Graduation will take place on May 4, 2024.

Commencement celebrations and more to do this week

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief May 2, 2024

Welcome back, Cougs, and welcome to finals week!  Alongside others, I will be graduating on Saturday. There are multiple celebrations for us graduates and everyone coming to Pullman to celebrate. I...

Miss Huddys is a local barbecue business and serves food every other weekend. Their NIL deal with WSU quarterback John Mateer helps community members know when they are cooking and serving.

NIL partnership with WSU quarterback, local barbecue business is mutually beneficial

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief May 2, 2024

Name, image and likeness deals, around since July 2021, impact not only the athletes but the businesses involved as well.  For a little over a year, WSU quarterback John Mateer has had an NIL deal...

You are still part of the Coug community even after graduation.

Ask Life: How to stay connected with alma mater after graduating?

SIA CHHEDA, Evergreen reporter April 30, 2024

Dear Life Section, I am finally graduating this week and am excited to enter the next phase of life. However, I am wondering what resources are available for alumni and how to access them. I also...

Yaneth Valencia posing for a headshot.

WSU senior completing ‘ultimate goal’ with graduation

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor April 25, 2024

Getting a college degree has always been Yaneth Valencia's goal. Neither of her parents graduated high school and she is the first of her three siblings to have the chance to pursue a higher education....

Community Band of the Palouse performs outdoors in Downtown Pullman

Community band holding half-century anniversary concert

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief April 25, 2024

Community Band of the Palouse is celebrating its 50th anniversary Friday with a free concert open to the community. Don Peters, CBOP saxophone player and founding member, said the band began in 1974...

Amanda Neumann and Jazzlyn Rokosz before graduating with their bachelors degrees last year.

Two athletic training students find community behind classes

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief April 25, 2024

The WSU athletic training program, spanning over five years and including a bachelor’s and master's degree, allows students to not only receive real-world experience but also gain a community of about...

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