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Brown loves capturing couples that are in love because they look at each other like their worlds revolve around each other.

Photographer captures ‘tangible’ love

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter April 27, 2021

As spring commencement creeps closer, seniors have been out and about taking their graduation photos.  Liv Brown is a wife, mom and photographer based in Spokane, Washington.  Brown...

This couple bought a house in Pullman as an investment because they thought the hotels would be booked for WSU football games.

Couple buys house in Pullman to attend football games

ANNIE HAGER, Evergreen reporter April 27, 2021

Living in a college town with contagious energy from students makes it hard to feel old.  WSU alumni David Schneider said Pullman is a paradise for 18- to 22-year-olds.  When he went to...

The team moved to a new barn during the pandemic and it was a good time to make the transition. It gave them easy access to the wheat fields.

Equestrianship teaches real-life skills and discipline

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen roots editor April 22, 2021

The WSU equestrian team successfully and safely competed during the COVID-19 pandemic. The equestrian team started back in the 1980s but “kind of faded away,” said Emma Spencer, member and fourth-year...

Recording virtually and individually will really help students in their future careers.

Virtual Celebration of Jazz will feature students, guest artists

ANNIE HAGER, Evergreen reporter April 20, 2021

The WSU School of Music will put on a Virtual Celebration of Jazz, which will be livestreamed at 7:30 p.m. today on WSU Pullman Music’s YouTube channel.  The concert will feature students, faculty...

Patterson beleives it is important to reach out to the Latino community. At the clinic she works 80 percent of the community only spoke Spanish.

Pharmacy students gain insight into COVID-19 vaccine distribution

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter April 8, 2021

As the COVID-19 vaccine is being distributed more, pharmacy students in Spokane have been able to gain experience with a vaccine for a global pandemic, along with their original studies. Shannon Patterson,...

Leslie Randall became an expert in maternal-child health among Indigenous communities.

WSU nursing researcher leaves legacy of proper research development for Native American communities

ELIZA CALLIS, Evergreen reporter April 6, 2021

After fighting a year-long battle with myeloid leukemia, WSU alumna Leslie Randall passed away on March 1, leaving behind a legacy in Native medical research and advocacy for education. Leslie graduated...

Students hope for in-person classes next semester and for more opportunities to be involved on campus.

WSU students agree that in-person classes are the best way to learn

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter April 6, 2021

While COVID-19 has affected all college students pretty negatively, students in every year have experienced going to school throughout the pandemic differently. Ashley Earp, freshman criminal justice...

The team assisted a former WSU professor, who is in his 90's. Dean Janikowski said it was great to help out a fellow Coug through acts of service.

WSU football team cares for Pullman

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen Roots editor March 11, 2021

The WSU football team found a way to reconnect and give back to fans after volunteering to shovel snow for the elderly and people in need in the Pullman community.  Cammon Cooper, redshirt sophomore...

Working at the CUB during the COVID-19 pandemic is more draining compared to busier semesters.

Social interaction is benefit to working on campus

ANNIE HAGER, Evergreen reporter March 9, 2021

Working on campus offers many benefits for student employees, including feeling connected to campus and the Coug community.  Compton Union Building manager Daniel Armijo said he started working...

Rios said it was easy to recover from the vaccine side effects. Not every person will respond to the vaccine this way.

Opinion editor receives Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

DIANA RIOS, Evergreen Opinion editor March 4, 2021

Time and time again, we have been reminded of how difficult the pandemic has been on us all. Whether it came in the form of job security, health concerns, the effect of isolation or even the loss of a...

STAGE has successfully been able to use Zoom to hold performances. They are trying to make the most of the situation.

WSU’s theater club continues to host events via Zoom

HANNAH FLORES, Evergreen reporter March 4, 2021

Students on the WSU campus have worked to create an environment where people can practice their art and love of theater in a safe manner during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Nuthouse Improv director...

Roots Editor Jenae Laxson uses running as a way to destress from school, work and life in general. She finds reading out articles with reporters to be one of the best parts of the job because of the social aspect.

Day in the life of Roots Editor

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen Roots editor March 4, 2021

As the Roots editor and a journalist, the word downtime is not in my vocabulary. I can always find something that needs to be done for my section. It might be coming up with new story ideas, contacting...

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