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Letter from the Editor: Excited for new experiences

The Evergreen Roots editor looks to support WSU clubs and begin a series on pharmacy students.
JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen roots editor January 19, 2021

I decided to apply to The Daily Evergreen after learning fall semester would be held exclusively online for most WSU students. I was looking for a way to still be involved on campus and to preserve my...

Letter from the Editor: Evergreeners are here to serve readers

Evergreen editor-in-chief Emma Ledbetter is ready to hear from readers via email at editor@dailyevergreen.com.
EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen editor-in-chief January 19, 2021

Dear Reader, If I’m being honest, I’ve always struggled to write letters from the editor; I need serious inspiration to crank out a “leditor.” Even if my goal is simply to introduce myself,...

Human rights group honors MLK Day with breakfast, awards

Members of the Latah County Human Rights Task Force gathered virtually to honor Martin Luther King Jr.
VICTORIA GIOMI and SANDI KOBIESA January 19, 2021

In the late 1940s, the Latah County Human Rights Task Force was created to stand for social justice. At that time, the small group had no idea what it would grow to be. The task force originally...

League of Women Voters begin Brown Bag series

The event will take place from 12-1 p.m. on Jan. 19.
ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter January 18, 2021

The League of Women Voters of Pullman will kick-start its 2021 Brown Bag series discussing the book “White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of our Racial Divide” from 12-1 p.m. Jan. 19.   Individuals...

Arts Commission cancels ArtFest for second year

Jeri Harris, Pullman Arts Commission chair, wrote in an email that the commission will present a Pullman Window Walk to City Council.
EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen editor-in-chief January 14, 2021

The Pullman Arts Commission voted in a meeting Tuesday to cancel this year’s ArtFest due to COVID-19 concerns. Commissioners are unsure if COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted or changed by May, when...

‘I had stability through music’

“I was really lucky to always have the kind of teachers and people in my life that had the heart of music and the emotional, expressive, and kind side of it be at the center,
KASSANDRA VOGEL, Evergreen reporter December 10, 2020

Anna Prykhodko’s parents were reluctant to allow her to begin piano lessons because of the strict nature of the schools in Ukraine. Finally in 3rd grade, she began her music studies at the Mykola Lysenko...

Freshman year through Zoom

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JOEY FRANKLIN, Evergreen columnist December 10, 2020

My final visit to Pullman before graduating high school was on March 6. COVID-19 was only a thought in the back of everybody’s mind, schools had not shut down yet, and I thought I would be moving into...

‘Art has been my passion forever’

Senior Laura Ballard will have an online art show with Sharalee Chwaliszewski and the WSU Vancouver fine arts department in January.
JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen Mint editor December 10, 2020

Laura Ballard started her journey to a BA in fine arts 10 years ago in California, and is ending it this semester at WSU Vancouver. Ballard grew up in southern California and has been practicing art...

Recipe: Mediterranean Stir Fry

A little helping of Greek goodness.
EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen columnist December 10, 2020

This recipe is for all my garlic lovers out there. I’ve never really given this an official name, but the combination of garlic, olives and lots of veggies makes this feel like something you would...

Letter from the Editor: We’re finally closing out this semester

The Evergreen Opinion editor reminisces on the highs and lows of 2020.
JACOB HERSH, Evergreen opinion editor December 10, 2020

When I first started working for the Evergreen, I was a fresh-faced first year with a spring in my step and a song in my heart. The world was my oyster, by golly, and I was going to milk it for every pearl...

Student makes music, defies limitations

Senior Joel Roeber has been heavily involved with the local music scene, working with acts like North Paw and NUU WAVE.
ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen reporter December 10, 2020

Almost nothing went as planned for senior Joel Roeber going into this semester, but that hasn’t stopped him from working toward earning his degree. Roeber, who will receive his Bachelor of Music in...

Graduating in a pandemic

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ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen columnist December 10, 2020

I took my first online class ever in my senior year of high school. It was Spanish II, and I only went online because I couldn’t stand being in a class of really, really obnoxious freshman. They say...

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