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Kristina Borrman, WSU School of Design and Construction assistant professor.

WSU professor moves to Los Angeles on research grant

ANNA ADAMS, Evergreen reporter November 30, 2023

Kristina Borrman, WSU School of Design and Construction assistant professor, received the Huntington Fellowship, a year-long fellowship from the Huntington Library, to do in-depth research on Black-owned...

WSUs Glenn Terrell Mall on campus, Pullman, Wash.

Holiday activities to do to relax from finals

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Copy Chief November 30, 2023

Welcome back! I hope everyone had an amazing Thanksgiving break. Finals are kicking off these next couple of weeks, but if you are looking to take a break and ignore school for a little while, I have...

Ryan Booth presents a slideshow and goes over the history of Thanksgiving.

WSU historian tells true story of Thanksgiving

JULIAN CABALLERO November 28, 2023

The real history of Thanksgiving is a longer story than what is normally thought about, WSU historian Ryan Booth said at a Thanksgiving Talk the Native American Women’s Association and Ku-Ah-Mah hosted...

Attendees seated during the opening introductions of this years CASHE conference.

Chicanx and Latinx students across Washington find home at WSU

KYLER BEANDER, Evergreen reporter November 28, 2023

The Children of Aztlan Sharing Higher Education hosted their 27th annual leadership conference Nov. 10–12. Orchestrated by MECHA de WSU, the conference encourages high school students of all Chicanx...

Cars and buildings lining Main Street downtown, Pullman, Wash.

Plays, performances and more this Veterans Day weekend


As finals week approaches, we are all in the last stretches of lectures, coursework and other college student responsibilities. Don't worry; we will make it to winter break together. This Friday is...

Spectators watch as 13 pumpkins are dropped from the 12th floor of the Webster Physical Science Building, Oct. 16, 2021.

Look up: Annual Pumpkin Drop returns this Family Weekend

TAHSSYA AVANT, Evergreen reporter November 1, 2023

Look out for falling pumpkins this Parent’s Weekend at the 18th Annual Pumpkin Drop from 9 a.m.–noon Saturday at the Webster Physical Science Building. There will be additional entertainment and activities...

WSU singers perform at a past Vocal Extravaganza, Pullman, Wash.

A Vocal Extravaganza of WSU choirs

ROBYN FANCHER, Evergreen reporter November 1, 2023

As the parents of Cougars begin to pack their bags for the upcoming Family Weekend, the choirs of WSU await their arrival to perform the 38th annual Vocal Extravaganza at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Bryan Hall...

Building signs on Main Street downtown, Pullman, Wash.

Parties and pumpkin events for Family Weekend

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Copy Chief November 1, 2023

Happy Family Weekend, and welcome to Pullman parents and families! We have such a late football game on Saturday, I am sure everyone is trying to fill their time with other activities. I found some...

Actors from the SEB’s Haunted Maze pose for a photo after one of the mazes shows.

Deep into Butch’s Nightmare

TATE YOUNG, Evergreen photographer November 1, 2023


Cougs may see Bill Nye the Science Guy next year.

Fundraiser ongoing to get Bill Nye to WSU

SIA CHHEDA, Evergreen reporter October 30, 2023

The Associated Students of WSU's Environmental Sustainability Alliance has invited guest speakers for Earth Week in the past, and next year, Bill Nye the Science Guy may join those ranks. Nye is a science...

Two event attendees browsing through clothing on racks at the fluid fashion pop-up, Oct. 21.

Student centers host fluid fashion pop-up event

ANNA ADAMS, Evergreen reporter October 25, 2023

The Asian American and Pacific Islander Student Center hosted a pop-up event in conjunction with the LGBTQ+ Center from 2–4 p.m. Oct. 21 promoting the fluid fashion closet. The fluid fashion closet...

Buildings lining Main Street downtown, Pullman, Wash.

Halloween events to do this week

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Copy Chief October 25, 2023

Welcome back, and welcome to Halloween! I expect all of you have fun plans and costumes for the weekend, and I look forward to seeing everyone dressed up. But, if you are still unsure of what to do...

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