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Attorney shares fight to preserve DACA

Attorney shares fight to preserve DACA

ANGELICA RELENTE, Evergreen reporter

March 4, 2020

Luis Cortes Romero sold chocolate in sixth grade in hopes of raising enough money for a school trip to Europe. Even with enough money he was told he could not go on the trip because he was not born in the U.S. “I started to realize the consequences of being undocumented,” Cortes Romero, an i...

Power restored to South side of campus

Power restored to South side of campus

LUKE HUDSON, Evergreen deputy news editor

February 21, 2020

After going about 24 hours without electricity, power was restored at around 7:30 p.m. on Thursday for six WSU buildings on the South side of campus. Ryan Gehring, operations manager for electrical light safety at WSU Facilities Services, said a faulty high-voltage cable under Stadium Way caused the o...

Treat yourself this Valentine’s Day

Treat yourself this Valentine’s Day

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen columnist

February 13, 2020

It can be difficult to be single on Valentine’s Day, especially if you are desperate for a relationship.  Everyone else seems to be flaunting their happiness while you are stuck at home crying into a gallon of ice cream and watching a bad romance movie. Just kidding — there is no such thing...

79 horses, 45 years, one man

79 horses, 45 years, one man

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter

February 4, 2020

A one-eyed horse neighed in a wooden stall as Orphan Acres president Brent Glover stood on a ladder to change a lightbulb.  Miss Degree ("Miss D" for short) is one of 79 horses Glover takes care of with the help of volunteers at Orphan Acres, a nonprofit horse sanctuary. The smell of manur...

Activists stand against Forest Service

Activists stand against Forest Service

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen reporter

January 28, 2020

Despite the cold weather, environmental activists protested against the U.S. Forest Service on Saturday in front of Moscow’s Best Western Hotel. Friends of the Clearwater organized the protest in response to the Forest Service’s Draft Revised Forest Plan and Draft Environmental Impact Statement f...

Sound installation Ambiente432 returns to WSU art museum

Sound installation Ambiente432 returns to WSU art museum

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen reporter

January 16, 2020

This week, an experimental motion-activated sound exhibit opened to the public again. In 2016, the museum commissioned a German-born artist who has received a MacArthur “Genius” award, an honorary doctorate in musical arts from the California Institute of the Arts and a Guggenheim Memorial Fe...

‘The honeybee stands apart. It’s different’

‘The honeybee stands apart. It’s different’

ANGELICA RELENTE, Evergreen reporter

October 16, 2019

A row of styrofoam and wood containers rest on a field near East Main Street on the way to Moscow. Each container houses a cluster of bees huddling over the queen that is often marked with an identifying number on her back. WSU Apiary manager Rodrigo Guizar uses a smoker in one of the wood containers...

Mutts strut their stuff for pet park

Mutts strut their stuff for pet park

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen reporter

September 30, 2019

The dogs of Pullman were out in full force Saturday afternoon at Reaney Park for the 11th annual Mutt Strutt. Mutt Strutt, which raised money for Pooch Park, is a dog-friendly festival. Pooch Park is the only off-leash dog park in Whitman County and is managed by the Whitman County Humane Society.  ...

WSU helps students be healthy on campus

WSU helps students be healthy on campus

REID BROWN, Evergreen reporter

September 5, 2019

College students don't exactly have a reputation for eating healthy, but now may be the best time for young adults to consider the lasting impact of their health decisions. That's the philosophy of Alice Ma, a registered dietitian for WSU’s Dining Services. “It’s hard to think when we’re young...

What is conventional beauty?

What is conventional beauty?

PERE AMUGHAN, Evergreen columnist

August 28, 2019

*In Your Words is a new series highlighting students’ personal stories. You can submit your piece to [email protected] with the subject line “In Your Words.” Sylly week, also known as syllabus week, is the first week of each semester and it’s essentially a week-long party. During my fresh...

Researchers rear threatened species of frog

Researchers rear threatened species of frog

CHERYL AARNIO, Evergreen reporter

August 19, 2019

In an effort to reintroduce the Northern Leopard frog in Washington state, WSU researchers have been raising frogs to release them into the wild. Tadpoles were reared at WSU in artificial ponds that were partly designed and implemented by Erica Crespi, assistant professor in the school of biological...

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