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Main Street sex offense reported two weeks after occurence

From staff reports

December 4, 2015

A 32-year old male reported a sex offense to the Pullman Police Department (PPD) on Tuesday afternoon, two weeks after the alleged incident occurred.The report details an encounter between the reporting party and a customer while the reporting party was working a shift at Nomads Hookah Lounge on Main Str...

Overdosing for a GPA

Dennis Farrell | Evergreen reporter

December 4, 2015

Contrary to what many college students seem to believe, using stimulant medications like Adderall doesn’t actually improve one’s functioning. With dead week and finals week around the corner, many in Pullman may turn to such medications.Dr. Victor Schwartz, medical director of the Jed Foundation ...

Mourning their sisters

The vigil held by Delta Delta Delta sorority, honoring Christine Hunter, 18 at Ruby Street Park, Wednesday, Dec. 2. Another vigil was held in honor of Morgan Cope, 20, at Pi Beta Phi sorority. Both WSU students died in traffic collisions during the weekend before Thanksgiving.

From staff reports

December 3, 2015

Students, chapter members and the Pullman community joined together on Greek row in remembrance of Delta Delta Delta’s Christine Hunter and Pi Beta Phi’s Morgan Cope.Cope, 20, passed away in in a traffic collision on Nov. 22, and Hunter, 18, in a collision on Nov. 20.A vigil was held in recognition ...

‘Pop-up shop’ brings retail space to local entrepreneurs

Rebecca White | Evergreen reporter

December 3, 2015

A collection of local venders and home-based businesses have been given an empty storefront in downtown Pullman to get their goods out and increase foot traffic for the holiday season.The pop-up shop event, organized by the Pullman Chamber of Commerce, has taken place several times over the last few ...

No criminal charges against driver of truck that collided with WSU student

From staff reports

December 3, 2015

The Washington State Patrol (WSP) has dropped a potential criminal case against a Lacrosse teenager who survived a recent fatal car crash on State Route 26.The WSP has no indication to suggest 18-year-old Jason Wigen was criminally responsible for the crash that happened on Nov. 22 which resulted in ...

WSU instructor arrested in Lewiston, Idaho

From staff reports

December 3, 2015

Lewiston Police Department’s apprehension of alleged felon Dustin Pearson, 29, came with the arrest of his mother, Nori Pearson, an instructor at Washington State University.Pearson, of Lewiston, was sought for eight warrants for arrest, prompting the dispatch of Lewiston SWAT to conduct a late evening...

Ruby st. park vigil

The vigil held by Delta Delta Delta sorority, honoring Christine Hunter, 18 at Ruby Street Park, Wednesday, Dec. 2. Another vigil was held in honor of Morgan Cope, 20, at Pi Beta Phi sorority. Both WSU students died in traffic collisions during the weekend before Thanksgiving.

Des Marks | The Daily Evergreen

December 2, 2015

The vigil held by Delta Delta Delta sorority, honoring Christine Hunter, 18 at Ruby Street Park, Wednesday, Dec. 2. Another vigil was held in honor of Morgan Cope, 20, at Pi Beta Phi sorority. Both WSU students died in traffic collisions during the weekend before Thanksgiving....

Sex offense reported near Gladish center

From staff reports

December 2, 2015

A third party reported a sex offense at 12:04 p.m. Monday on State Street.The incident occurred at the same address listed for the Gladish Community & Cultural Center, according to the Pullman Police Department's (PPD) log.“The detective unit is currently investigating it as indecent exposure,” said Penn...

Research questions categorizing orientation in new WSU study

From staff reports

December 2, 2015

Researchers in Washington State University’s psychology department found information that argues sexual orientation may be categorical.Lead author of the study Alyssa Norris, psychology department Chair David Marcus and University of Southern Mississippi’s Bradley Green found data on sexual orien...

Social media posts leave PPD, local Islamic Center and WSU students on alert for potential attacks

ZACHARY ANDERS | EVERGREEN REPORTER

December 2, 2015

Threats of domestic terrorism have placed the Pullman Police Department (PPD) and Pullman’s Islamic Center on alert since late November, when social media posts were made disparaging the center.Through Twitter, PPD asked the Pullman community to begin forwarding all threats of harm toward people o...

2016 Panhellenic Council position results released by election board

From staff reports

December 2, 2015

The complete 2016 Panhellenic Council roster was announced by the 2015 council Monday to the Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life. A finalized list of all positions was published Tuesday morning.“They are an amazing group of women that are going to succeed in too many ways to explain next year,...

Local crime slows down over break

Kayla Bonar | Evergreen reporter

December 1, 2015

The Pullman Police Department (PPD) responded to less criminal activity over Washington State University’s Thanksgiving break than what often occurs over a typical weekend in Pullman.PPD personnel responded to more than 100 calls between Friday, Nov. 20, and Saturday, Nov. 28.While a small number of in...

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