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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

Angie Howard and her husband Chris Stover created a short film together at the Animation Dynamics studio.

WSU instructor pursues animation, marketing for DreamWorks

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor October 6, 2022

By day, Angie Howard lives in a world of “Puss in Boots” and “Trolls.” By night, she is giving back to her alma mater as a WSU Global Campus instructor.  After dipping her toes into the animation...

WSU CASE members hold a rally along Terrell Mall, Sep. 14.

Academic student employees make progress in unionization efforts

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor September 29, 2022

Academic student employees are one step closer to unionizing and securing higher wages, better healthcare and protection from discriminatory environments.  WSU Coalition for Academic Student Employees...

Chandelle Frick, acting director of the Pine Creek Community Restoration Long Term Recovery Organization, displays a photo that survived the Babb Road Fire to a group of Malden and Pine City residents in Malden City Park on Sunday afternoon.

Malden, Pine City fight for recovery two-years after fire

NICK GIBSON, Evergreen roots editor September 15, 2022

Sunday afternoon bore a striking resemblance to Labor Day weekend of 2020 for the communities of Malden and Pine City. The familiar smell of smoke hung in the air as neighbors gathered to mark the anniversary...

Yoon Wha-Roh started to learn the piano as a child while her mother worked. Now she will be touring Europe next spring playing the piano.

School of Music professor wins London music competition

PUNEET BSANTI September 6, 2022

Since she was 3 years old, Yoon-Wha Roh only knew life as a pianist and worked hard to become successful. Now, she will be touring Europe next year after she won the Grand Prize at the London International...

Many women gained the right to vote in 1920, but women of color still faced barriers in achieving equality.

Women*s Center staff speak on Women’s Equality Day

PUNEET BSANTI August 26, 2022

 Friday is Women’s Equality Day, the day the 19th Amendment was adopted, which granted many – but not all – women the right to vote. Since then, progress has been made with gender equality, but...

as soon as the crowd hears “hometown cowgirl,” they start going bananas, and Keeper thrives off of it.

Cougar Cowgirl: Counting down the weeks

Josie Goodrich, Reporter/Copy Editor July 29, 2022

The next time you hear from me I will be back in school trying to juggle my rodeoing and classes, so I am savoring these last few weeks of freedom.  In the next three weeks, I will be attending eight...

Josie Goodrich and Ruby winning third out of 140 girls in the Wildcard Round at the Cheyenne Frontier Days in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Cougar Cowgirl: Daddy of ’em All

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor July 21, 2022

Well, the Daddy of ‘em All has not disappointed me yet.  As I mentioned in my last article, I am currently in Cheyenne, Wyo., at the Cheyenne Frontier Days, better known as the Daddy of ‘em All. This...

Student employees add a huckleberry ripple to a batch of ice cream with a ripple pump once it passes through a freezer.

WSU Creamery wins national ice cream competition

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor July 21, 2022

The WSU Creamery’s Huckleberry Ripple ice cream melted voters’ hearts at this year’s Big Scoop competition, earning first place for the fifth time since 2015. “It’s good to be able to report...

Josie Goodrich and Ruby prepare for the Lake Chelan Rodeo, the Snake River Stampede and Cheyenne Frontier Days.

Cougar Cowgirl: Shooting for the moon, landing on stars

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor July 14, 2022

After a good weekend of rodeoin’ I am preparing for an even bigger week ahead of me - hopefully, filled with some bigger paychecks, too. Due to a good win in Big Fork, Mont., and Cheney, I climbed...

Jango will perform unreleased music with an in your face and Black rockstar quality on Sunday.

Local hip hop, rock artists represent PNW sound

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor July 7, 2022

The moment Spokane-based musician Jango begins to perform, he feels alive.  Conflicting emotions of insecurity and strength race through his mind as he remembers each performance is a chance to live...

Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins, pictured with Butch T. Cougar, will be succeeded by Pullman PD Cmdr. Jake Opgenorth.

Pullman police chief retires after 12 years

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen reporter July 7, 2022

Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins is retiring from the police department this year after 12 years of protecting the Pullman community and 45 years of serving in law enforcement.  Before assuming...

Josie Goodrich won third place in the breakaway round and won the Womens All-Around on June 24 in Newport.

Cougar Cowgirl: A Cowboy Christmas to remember

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor July 7, 2022

As my Cowboy Christmas has just ended, I am already looking forward to Christmas in December and begging it to treat me better than the cowboy version did.  As I mentioned in my last column, Cowboy...

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