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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

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,...

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...

Two KZUU 90.7 FM members at the radio station.

WSU radio station participates in Vinylthon

SIA CHHEDA, Evergreen reporter April 25, 2024

Forty-eight hours. WSU radio station KZUU 90.7 FM played 48 hours of continuous vinyl from midnight April 20–midnight April 22 as part of this year’s Vinylthon, an annual event conducted by the...

Dash Dog at a Seattle Mariners game.

Dash Dog, WSU’s ‘honorary mascot,’ recovers after two surgeries

ANNA ADAMS, Managing editor April 24, 2024

A golden retriever puppy was born on January 9, 2011, in Snohomish. Little did that puppy know, he would later have 65,800 followers on Instagram, receive a Dog-torate in Veterinary Medicine and be a worldwide...

Mattie, a cat at the Whitman County Humane Society before WCHS October 2023 cat campaign.

It’s raining kittens on the Palouse

ANNA ADAMS, Managing editor April 18, 2024

It’s raining kittens in need of care and homes Saturday at the AnimalHaven in Pullman, where the Whitman County Humane Society is hosting its Wildflower Kitten Shower. Shelter operations manager Elle...

Holi, or Festival of Colors, event guests posing after throwing colors.

Pullman celebrates Festival of Colors

SIA CHHEDA, Evergreen reporter April 18, 2024

Blues, pinks, yellows, greens and oranges dyed Sunnyside Park, where the Indian Students’ Association organized the Festival of Colors, Holi, on April 7 this year. ISA vice president Meghana Mendon...

Participants at a past Canine Canter 5K Fun Run.

Five kilometers of dogs

JULIA MESSEGEE, Evergreen reporter April 5, 2024

Dogs, dog owners and non-dog owners alike will run throughout Pullman for the Annual Canine Canter 5K Fun Run, returning Saturday. The Fun Run will start and end at McGee Park in Pullman. The WSU College...

You can make plans to go Easter egg hunting with loved ones.

Ask Life: Plans to make for Easter?

ANNA ADAMS, Managing editor March 26, 2024

Dear Life Section, I always celebrated Easter with my family, and now I am not sure what to do this year. Do you have any suggestions? Sincerely, Holiday Planner   Dear Holiday Planner, One...

Danh Pham conducting U.S. Army Bands Pershings Own.

Music festival to celebrate local youth, highlight musical talent

ANNA ADAMS, Managing editor March 21, 2024

To put the spotlight on youth from Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho, the Young Artists Music Festival allows five winners to perform in front of a live audience, backed by an orchestra. The Washington...

Diamond E.B. Porter posing for a headshot.

WSU professor-game developer makes games representing Black culture


Diamond E.B. Porter, game designer and WSU College of Arts and Science assistant professor, creates digital media that represents Black culture, something she never had growing up. Porter centers her...

Both Pullman and Moscow are hosting a Brewfest and Starkbierfest respectively on the same day.

Your choice: Brewfest or Beerfest on Saturday

ANNA ADAMS, Managing editor February 29, 2024

If you enjoy drinking beer, the Palouse is a good place to be on March 2. A Brewfest and Starkbierfest will occur in Pullman and Moscow featuring different beers, live music and food for the public. The...

Attendees at a past Cabin Fever Spin-In at The Yarn Underground.

Knit into warm weather with the Cabin Fever Spin-In

ROBYN FANCHER, Evergreen reporter February 29, 2024

Shelley Stone, The Yard Underground owner, has been organizing since 2020 the annual Cabin Fever Spin-In, an event featuring more than 18 vendors, a raffle, a potluck and different demonstrations to welcome...

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