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When the Cougs go marching in

DAN DOUCET, Evergreen reporter September 16, 2016

Whistles blow as the players gather into circles on the turf field to warm up. After about 15 minutes, more whistles blow, and the individual groups congregate into one massive team in the middle of...

New details reveal $100 fee with Athletics plan

CODY COTTIER | Evergreen news editor September 16, 2016

Administrators clarified in a presentation to the Board of Regents on Thursday that a student fee included in the Athletics deficit reduction plan would apply only to undergraduates, totaling about $100...

WSU football player expelled following investigation into alleged assault

WSU football player expelled following investigation into alleged assault
REBECCA WHITE, Evergreen reporter September 15, 2016

WSU football starting lineman Robert Barber was expelled Thursday following a student conduct investigation into an assault this summer in which two WSU students were hospitalized. WSU Athletic...

Athletics deficit plan includes $85 student fee

CODY COTTIER | Evergreen news editor September 15, 2016

Editor's note: The fee amount of $85 per student per year reported in this article was based on the calculation that all Pullman undergraduates and graduate students would pay the fee. The amount has...

ASWSU approves academic honor code

FORREST HOLT | Evergreen ASWSU reporter September 15, 2016

The ASWSU Senate unanimously passed a resolution at its meeting on Wednesday to include an honor statement in the university’s academic integrity code, so students can better understand what they agree...

IFC Senate suspends Delta Upsilon over alleged sexual assault

From staff reports September 15, 2016

The Interfraternity Council Senate voted to suspend the WSU chapter of Delta Upsilon in an emergency meeting on Wednesday, following allegations of sexual assault by a member of the fraternity.The Senate...

Female engineers more common in Muslim countries

HANNAH WELZBACKER | The Daily Evergreen September 15, 2016

WSU researchers are trying to understand why significantly higher numbers of women study engineering in certain predominantly Muslim countries than in the United States.Funded by a two-year, nearly $600,000...

Leach calls out law enforcement and media

From staff reports September 14, 2016

WSU football Head Coach Mike Leach addressed double standards in the media and law enforcement when it comes to accusations against football players during a statement after practice on Tuesday.Leach cited...

IFC to vote whether to suspend Delta Upsilon

From staff reports September 14, 2016

The WSU Interfraternity Council will hold an emergency meeting today to vote on whether to suspend Delta Upsilon following reports of sexual assault at the fraternity.IFC President Nathan Harris said if...

Reader reactions: ‘Guest column: College Republicans strive to make WSU great again”

September 14, 2016

Readers react to a guest column by James Allsup, president of the WSU College Republicans. Allsup stated that one of the reasons students are voting for Trump is because they are tired of free speech limits...

Native American students protest Dakota Access Pipeline

Samantha Reyes (left), Kyra Antone (right) stand with other students on Todd Hall steps in protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Jessica Zhou | Evergreen diversity reporter September 14, 2016

Several members of the WSU/Pullman Native American community performed jingle dances as part of their demonstrations against the Dakota Access Pipeline on Tuesday and last Friday on the Glenn Terrell Friendship...

Mayor makes announcements at city council meeting

Mark Workman, city supervisor (left), and Laura McAloon (right) at Tuesday night’s city council meeting.
From staff reports September 14, 2016

Pullman Mayor Glenn Johnson said at a city council meeting last night the Pullman Building Permit Office exceeded $100 million in evaluation of buildings, shattering a previous record of about $98,000...

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