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College Republicans plan to build Trump wall

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally May 7 in Spokane.  The WSU College Republicans are planning to replicate Trump’s idea for a wall between Mexico and the U.S. on the WSU campus.
Jessica Zhou | Evergreen reporter September 13, 2016

Although there isn’t any construction taking place on the Glenn Terrell Friendship Mall, students can expect to see a temporarily constructed “Trump wall” in early October.The wall will be a demonstration...

WSU to test alert system today

An emergency notification system pole placed  above the Holland and Terrell Library.
From staff reports September 13, 2016

The WSU Office of Emergency Management will test the WSUAlert System with messages, phone calls and sirens today at 12:05 p.m.The office has tested the system every semester for about 10 years and used...

‘If you can dream it, you can print it’

Ethan Shaw | Evergreen contributor September 13, 2016

Amit Bandyopadhyay searched through a duffle bag of bizarre metallic objects, setting aside samples of his research across his desk. He removed a tiny striped cylinder from the bag and pointed to the three...

College-aged man falls off College Hill balcony

September 12, 2016

A college-aged man fell off a second-story balcony at a College Hill residence on Saturday night, the second incident of this type since the beginning of the semester.Detective Sgt. Jake Opgenorth said...

New exhibit highlights era of student protests

DANA JENSEN | Evergreen reporter September 12, 2016

Shootouts at fraternities, grape-stomping at Safeway and the occupation of the French Administration building – WSU in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s was an interesting place to be.The Manuscripts,...

Protest exhibit

Peyton Taffe | The Daily Evergreen September 11, 2016

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections opened its exhibit on student protests from the late 1960s and early 1970s on Thursday. It includes artifacts and historical information displaying the tension...

Women’s Transit resuming service soon

From staff reports September 9, 2016

Volunteer drivers with Women’s Transit, a safety service which offers free transport to people who are not comfortable walking alone at night, gave rides to nearly 1,700 students and Pullman citizens...

WSU PD starting relocation to new police station

September 9, 2016

The WSU Police Department is beginning its move into the new Public Safety Building on Grimes Way today, during which the current station on across from Martin Stadium will remain open.The old office will...

Reducing course costs

FORREST HOLT | Evergreen ASWSU reporter September 9, 2016

Representatives from University Affairs discussed at the ASWSU Senate meeting on Wednesday plans to reduce the cost of classroom materials through a program called OpenStax, which could save the university...

Instructional faculty increasing

By Katie Shadler | Evergreen contributor September 8, 2016

Vice President and Provost Dan Bernardo said at a meeting Wednesday morning that he hopes to combat misconceptions of faculty this year.The meeting was the first in a series of Department Chairs and Directors...

College of Medicine appoints vice dean of research

College of Medicine appoints vice dean of research
From staff reports September 8, 2016

The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine has selected a vice dean for research, after he served as interim dean for several months.John Roll’s position will include promoting and overseeing faculty research,...

India’s lead scientific adviser visits WSU

From staff reports September 8, 2016

India’s lead scientific adviser said in a lecture on Wednesday that India needs to become a knowledge-driven economy and continue to collaborate with the U.S. to pursue science and technology advancement.“I...

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