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Co-optastic Carnival recruits founding members, raises money

Co-optastic Carnival recruits founding members, raises money

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen reporter

October 1, 2018

The Pullman Good Food Co-op threw its first fundraising event, the Co-optastic Carnival, on Friday at Pine Street Plaza. The event featured live music, games, a salad competition and the opportunity to become a member of the co-op. Gaining new members is a primary goal for the budding cooperative...

Recycling not always effective

Recycling not always effective

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

September 28, 2018

In Pullman, commingled recycling, also known as single-stream or single-sort, is the common man’s game, but it’s definitely not where the money is made. This brings up questions of how important recycling is, what happens when we recycle something and how do we recycle efficiently? Contamination Up until recently, ...

‘Believe in something, because it may save your career’

‘Believe in something, because it may save your career’

KENDRICK RICHARDSON, Evergreen columnist

September 14, 2018

An ad campaign from a footwear company features a man who’s famous for not standing on his feet. That wasn’t a joke — it actually happened. Once we thought anthem kneeling was dying out, Colin Kaepernick comes back into the spotlight, but this time it’s for Nike’s “Just Do It” campaign. When...

Student Center updates name to reflect gender inclusivity

Student Center updates name to reflect gender inclusivity

CHERYL AARNIO, Evergreen reporter

September 6, 2018

The Chicano/a Latino/a Student Center, which offers services including mentoring and tutoring students to help them become more successful, is in the process of changing its name to the Chicanx Latinx Student Center. Someone who is Chicano/a or Chicanx was born in the United States but has Mexican...

Third Beer Olympics invites locals for games, brews

Third Beer Olympics invites locals for games, brews

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen reporter

August 27, 2018

With music blaring, 12 brews on tap and over a dozen teams competing, Birch & Barley put on what many would consider its best event of the year Saturday during the third annual Beer Olympics and Beer Brigade Appreciation Party. Josh Clark, the owner and founder of Birch & Barley, needed to...

Schulz talks mental health, budgets, enrollment

Schulz talks mental health, budgets, enrollment

IAN SMAY, Evergreen reporter

August 23, 2018

WSU President Kirk Schulz fielded questions regarding mental health resources, budgets and this year’s largest-ever freshman class during an hour-long press conference to mark the beginning of the school year Wednesday morning at the Lewis Alumni Centre. Budget and athletics Schulz said the univers...

Cougars open fall camp

August 3, 2018

WSU football opened fall camp Friday at Rogers Field and Martin Stadium. The Cougars continue camp 2 p.m. Saturday at Sacajawea Junior High School in Lewiston, Idaho.

Crews begin repaving Stadium Way

Crews begin repaving Stadium Way

IAN SMAY, Evergreen news editor

July 12, 2018

A small portion of Stadium Way near the Stephenson Complex on the Southside of campus will remain closed during the month of July as crews work to repave the road. The project began Monday and is scheduled to be completed on July 27, according to a WSU news release. Adam Ferry, facilities services...

Reaney Park brings live music outdoors

Reaney Park brings live music outdoors

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

July 12, 2018

Pullman Parks and Recreation began its summer concert series Wednesday night in an effort to provide the community with an opportunity for family fun and local arts. Recreation Superintendent Kurt Dahmen said he enjoys providing the community with this tradition every year to help families get out...

Artist sculpts future with past

Artist sculpts future with past

GABRIELLA RAMOS, Evergreen contributor

December 11, 2017

Senior fine arts major Victoria De Leon meanders through campus from Stevens Hall to Southside Café. She builds her own soup in the dining hall and proceeds to a table in the back near the windows. From her backpack, she removes a black sketchbook that is falling apart at the spine. She sifts through...

Recycling after campus, where does it go?

Recycling after campus, where does it go?

November 15, 2017

Waste from WSU is processed in a university facility and then recycled or composted. The compost is used at research greenhouses or WSU-owned pastures. The compacted recyclables are sold to other companies.

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