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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Mamatha Muralidharan performed a dance that pays homage to the Lord of Dance in India, Lord Shiva, on Nov. 18.

Stunning with red, gold

LANNAN RUIZ December 2, 2021

As the rain pounded on the Compton Union Building’s third-floor windows, a familiar bustle of people excitedly socialized after two and a half semesters apart. At the International Student Council’s...

Participants and organizers of the conference line up for their annual group photo Nov. 14.

CASHE-in a life-changing weekend

LANNAN RUIZ November 18, 2021

While the wind was whipping around Glenn Terrell Mall and students were studying quietly in the Compton Union Building, the Smith Center Of Undergraduate Education was bustling with excited chatter...

WSU works to meet and exceed current requirements outlined by a new bill pushing for equity and diversity in higher education.

WSU prioritizes diversity, equity, inclusion

CAROLYN MCCAMPBELL, Evergreen columnist November 11, 2021

A summit held on Nov. 3 at WSU showcased how faculty can change structures through individual actions and highlights the important work that is being done to include and retain diverse staff. The...

Third-place winner Renee Roulo (left), second-place winner Donata Tran (middle) and first-place winner Izabella Meza (right) pose for a picture after speaking at SpookyEscapes.

Students fill the night with bone-chilling tales

LANNAN RUIZ November 3, 2021

As the night slowly crept in and the wind blew around orange and brown leaves, a soft glow radiated from the Avery Hall's Bundy Reading Room. Laughs and excitement could be seen through the windows as...

Look to the stars this Halloween to learn about celtic folklore, the origins of Halloween and astronomys role in it all.

Explore haunted skies, ancient history of Halloween

ELIZA CALLIS October 27, 2021

The WSU Planetarium, a 24-foot dome in Sloan Hall with a projection of the night sky, is hosting the Haunted Skies event to show guests spooky stories, myths and legends seen in the night sky. The WSU...

Come share your story at the LandEscapes Halloween open mic event.

Win prizes at SpookyEscapes

LANNAN RUIZ October 27, 2021

Picture this: It's finals week, you wake up early to birds singing and a well-rested body. You head to the kitchen to make your morning coffee, gleefully preparing yourself for the day. The sun is shining...

The Filipino American Student Association performs a cultural dance on Oct. 15 for a cultural exhibition.

Exhibition emphasizes unity, sharing of cultures

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist October 20, 2021

On Sunday, the Senior Ballroom of the Compton Union Ballroom filled with guests and family as the Pacific Islanders Club, in tandem with other student groups, put on their cultural exhibition “The Binding...

Spectators watch as 13 pumpkins are dropped on Oct. 16 from the twelfth floor of the Webster Physical Science Building.

Watch out for falling pumpkins

LANNAN RUIZ October 20, 2021

With a bright buzz in the air and chatter up and down Glenn Terrell Mall, events during WSU’s Family Weekend were in full swing by mid-Saturday morning. This year, the annual Pumpkin Drop off Webster...

The swiss roll was a signature challenge on The Great British Baking Show.

‘The Great British Baking Show’ returns

CAROLYN MCCAMPBELL, Evergreen columnist October 19, 2021

Relieve your mid-semester stress with The Great British Bake Off – known in the U.S. as "The Great British Baking Show." The first four episodes of the new season are out on Netflix, ready to be devoured...

Haki R. Madhubuti is the founder of the Black Arts Movement and the Third World Press.

Black Arts Movement icon speaks truth through poetry

LANNAN RUIZ October 13, 2021

As a young boy, Haki R. Madhubuti’s mother asked him to go to the Detroit Public Library and check out a book called “Black Boy” by Richard Wright. With sadness strewn across his face, Madhubuti...

Sydney Almgren, Keisha Ensey, and Scott Anderson win top spots for Mi ciudad en 100 palabras competition.

‘My city in 100 words’ winners

Public Submissions October 6, 2021

Last summer, the WSU Spanish program conducted their writing contest, "Mi ciudad en 100 palabras." The contest encouraged students of all fluency levels to share aspects of their city in 100 words. Students...

Ballet Folklórico helped club leader Michelle Cordova to connect to her culture and heritage.

Ballet Folklórico to dance at soccer game

SHEILA JOHNSON September 1, 2021

One WSU dance group helps Mexican students connect to their heritage through traditional dance and teach other students about Mexican culture. “It’s a way to get your body moving,” said Michelle...

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