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December 9, 2013


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What are you looking forward to now that you’re graduated? Diane Dentinger, chemical engineering “I’m looking forward to my job and getting out of the apartments. A new chapter in life.” Yiran Li, electrical engineering “My internship in New York.” J.R. Camacho, kinesi...

Bar patron hospitalized after losing consciousness

From Staff Reports

December 9, 2013


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A man was hospitalized Saturday night after he fell unconscious inside Stubblefields bar, Pullman Police Sgt. Sam Sorem said.“It was quite an event to clear the dance floor,” Sorem said.Friends of the man said he does not regularly drink alcohol, which might have been a factor.Sorem said it is no...

Student hospitalized after ‘altercation’

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December 9, 2013


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Police responded twice on Thursday to reports of a male WSU student who had been in a fight.The first report came at about 2:30 p.m. from a woman who said she saw the student physically fighting with another man.Police officers arrived at the student's residence on Northeast Colorado Street, where he co...

Man arrested for blocking wife’s airways

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December 9, 2013


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A man was arrested Saturday night after he physically assaulted his wife outside Pullman High School, Pullman Police Sgt. Sam Sorem said.Randal J. Woltering, 58, of Pullman, was charged with second-degree assault for allegedly interfering with his wife's ability to breathe.Police responded at about 7...

Always a home

Zack Briggs, Evergreen reporter

December 9, 2013


Filed under WSU Pullman campus

It was a time of jubilation, and for many, the gateway to new beginnings.Hundreds of Cougs endured arctic-like conditions Saturday morning as loved ones filled the seats of Beasley Coliseum to witness their sons, daughters and companions graduate from the halls of Washington State University.“Washing...

Taking pride in her education and her culture

Taking pride in her education and her culture

Nohelani Quigtar, Evergreen reporter

December 9, 2013


Filed under WSU Pullman campus

As she walked across the stage to accept her diploma, Shae Gamble fulfilled a momentous milestone.Gamble graduated as a first-generation college student Saturday with a bachelor’s degree from WSU in communication in society and sports management.However, her path to graduation was not without challenges.Gamb...

Man jailed for kicking cop

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December 9, 2013


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A man was arrested Saturday night after he kicked a police officer, Pullman Sgt. Sam Sorem said.Nathan G. Nixon, 22, was charged with third-degree assault, a felony, and he was taken to the Whitman County Jail.Police responded at about 11 p.m. to a report of an intoxicated male outside a residence on...

Counseling offers 24/7 help

Madison Callan, Evergreen reporter

December 9, 2013


Filed under WSU Pullman campus

When students are in need of a support system, Counseling and Testing Services is always on call.Counseling and Testing Services at WSU provide individual and group counseling for students, psychological testing, drug and alcohol services, and 24/7 crisis counseling. The center also provides an inva...

Burglars steal backpacks from Maple Street

From Staff Reports

December 9, 2013


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Backpacks, laptops and cash are missing from a residence in the 900 block of Northeast Maple Street after a burglary Friday night, Pullman Police Sgt. Sam Sorem said.Police responded to a report at about 1 p.m. the next day. The residents said they were sleeping at the time of the incident.Sorem sai...

Graduation ceremony sends students on their way

From staff reports

December 6, 2013


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With the toss of a hat, WSU's graduating seniors will take their degrees and move beyond the brick of the university's buildings. At 10 a.m. on Saturday the WSU graduation ceremony will commence at Beasley Coliseum.Teri Hansen, the Commencement Operations manager, said the ceremony will last two hour...

Moos goes back to his ranching roots

Moos goes back to his ranching roots

Christine Rushton | Evergreen reporter

December 6, 2013


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Stepping out into the pasture freshly dusted in snow, Bill Moos paused a moment.Behind him sat the white wooden barn he and his wife built; ahead of him lay the acres of land and rolling hills on which he raises cattle in eastern Washington.Layers of blue jean, muck boots, work gloves, and Cougar cap...

Coalition supports undocumented students’ schooling

Danielle Chiriguayo | Evergreen reporter

December 6, 2013


Filed under WSU Pullman campus

The Washington State Educational Access Coalition for House Bill 1079 students is looking to set an example by supporting non-U.S. students seeking a post-secondary education, said Marcela Pattinson, the coordinator of the Coalition.The coalition is jointly run by students and faculty and exists to educa...

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