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The Daily Evergreen front page. Wednesday July 17, 2024.

Political Power Hour: Project 2025 and what it means.

Parker R,. Schafer, Copy Editor July 17, 2024

The upcoming election has a lot of very drastic implications for all sides of the political spectrum. Whether you are on the left or the right, Republican or Democrat, there are some significant things...

The presentation shows a total increase of 2.9% more gallons of water pumped from 2022–23

Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee looks for sustainable water future

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor July 10, 2024

The Palouse Basin Aquifer Committee prepared a presentation to be shown to the Pullman City Council showing Pullman's total water usage fell 21 million gallons from 2022–23, while Moscow's increased...

Missing child found

Missing child found

GABRIELLE BOWMAN, Evergreen news co-editor July 9, 2024

According to a press release by the Pullman Police Department, the two-year-old who went missing on June 3 was found over the weekend with her father at a roadside checkpoint near Santa Ana, Mexico. All...

Buildings lining Main Street downtown, Pullman, Wash.

Revised traffic routes amidst Project Downtown Pullman

MAKANI PANG, Evergreen reporter July 4, 2024

With construction underway as Project Downtown Pullman progresses, the Pullman Police Department has announced revised traffic revisions. “For this reason, trucks longer than 40 feet in length are...

Fireworks fill the sky during the 2015 Fourth of July celebration in Sunnyside Park. For the last 43 years, several local groups have worked together to put on the event.

Pullman to celebrate Fourth Of July with fireworks

SIA CHHEDA, Evergreen reporter July 2, 2024

Pullman's Fourth of July celebrations will begin at 5 p.m. at Sunnyside Park. It is a non-ticket event and the Pullman Transit has special routes beginning at 4:30 p.m. July 4.  Live music will be...

Dominic Villareal, owner of The Modern Plantsman

A Modern Plantsman repotted in Pullman, sharing space with Kure and Co.

MAKANI PANG, Evergreen reporter June 28, 2024

A year and a half after setting up shop in Pullman, Dominic Villareal, owner of A Modern Plantsman, has announced the closure of their Pullman location by the end of June 2024 in a series of Instagram...

WSU President Kirk Schulz speaking about the universitys response to COVID-19 on

21 members added to Presidential Search Advisory Committee

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor June 28, 2024

Lisa Keohokalole Schauer, Board of Regents chair, appointed 21 new members to the advisory committee that will lead the search for WSU’s next president June 21. “We ultimately reached a composition...

Councilman Trymaine Gaither looks down during WSU students Angie Bells comment calling for the Council to call for a ceasefire of the Israel-Hamas war, June 11, in Pullman, Wash.

Pullman City Council to further discuss proposed Israel-Hamas war ceasefire resolution

KEDZIE MOE, Editor-in-chief June 13, 2024

Eight Pullman residents, including several WSU students, spoke during the public comment section of Tuesday's City Council meeting to address a proposed resolution calling for a ceasefire of the Israel-Hamas...

Arrest warrant issued for father of missing 2-year-old

Arrest warrant issued for father of missing 2-year-old

KEDZIE MOE, Editor-in-chief June 5, 2024

An arrest warrant of custodial interference has been issued to Moscow resident Aaron Daniel Aung, 21, according to a press release from the Pullman Police Department. Aung violated a Latah County District...

WSU graduate and 2-year-old missing 

WSU graduate and 2-year-old missing 

GABRIELLE BOWMAN, Evergreen news co-editor June 5, 2024

Recent WSU graduate Nadia Ericka Cole and Pullman resident, 2-year-old Seraya Aung Harmon, have been reported missing. Cole may have been seen in the Fife area within the last few days, according to...

The Greek flag waves off the edge of a boat traveling between islands, May 24, in Greece.

Murrow students conclude storytelling in Greece after three weeks

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor June 1, 2024

Seventeen WSU students, sixteen of whom studying in the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, finished a three-week study abroad program in Greece June 1.  “Storytelling in Greece – Murrow...

Dave Cillay, WSU Vice President for Academic Outreach and Innovation, said WSU’s learning system helps encourage distance learning and will make classes easier to adapt to.

Dave Cillay named interim chancellor of WSU Pullman

KEDZIE MOE, Editor-in-chief May 22, 2024

Washington State University announced that Dave Cillay, WSU Global Campus chancellor and vice president of academic outreach and innovation at WSU, will serve as the interim chancellor of WSU Pullman. Elizabeth...

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