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The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The impact of raising tuition rates on WSU students

SHEILA JOHNSON January 27, 2022

For more information on raising tuition rates, check out Board of Regents to vote on tuition hike later this spring and Tuition increases not solution to campus needs.

A white Chrysler Town & Country minivan is seen off the road on Friday afternoon near the back entrance to Hillside Cafe.

GALLERY: Car crashed into fence near Hillside Market

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter December 6, 2019

A car crashed into a corner of a fenced bike rack near Hillside Market around 1:20 p.m. today.  The Pullman Fire Department and the WSU Police Department responded to the scene.  Two people...

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.

March Against White Supremacy

August 20, 2017

On August 19th, 2017 students from Washington State University joined in the March Against White Supremacy to call upon the University to take a stronger stance against hate speech on campus.

Schulz family gets a new corgi

July 29, 2017

WSU First Lady Noel Schulz describes the relationship between their first corgi, Cayenne, and their new corgi, Joule. Noel and her husband, President Kirk Schulz, who are both engineers, named the dog...

WSU wheat breeder Michael Pumphrey stands among test plots at the Spillman Agronomy Farm. He grows varieties to resist issues like low falling numbers, a defect that cost Washington farmers millions of dollars last year.

Local wheat growers may face second bad year

CODY COTTIER, Evergreen reporter July 12, 2017

Recent temperature fluctuations could signal another year of starch damage for local wheat growers, following a crop with widespread quality issues that collectively lost Washington farmers tens of millions...

The Pullman Farmer’s Market

May 30, 2017

Vendors come from around the Palouse bringing fresh produce, meats and herbs at the weekly Pullman Farmer's Market.

The 2017 Pullman ArtWalk

May 14, 2017

Painters, sculptors, musicians and other various artists shared their work during the 8th annual Pullman ArtWalk on May 13 in downtown Pullman.

‘A true mountaineering experience’ on Mount Rainier

April 30, 2017

Two Evergreeners document their adventure climbing Mount Rainier with WSU's Outdoor Recreation Center.

Vote YES on the Student Media Referendum

March 7, 2016

The Office of Student Media is seeking a $4 a semester fee to fund positions of advisers and create a more stable, consistent funding source to protect editorial autonomy and reduce reliance on S&A...

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