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Halloween weekend brings three sexual offenses

By staff reports

November 3, 2014

One Rape was reported by a Pullman resident over the weekend, regarding an an alleged offense that took place over 40 years ago.The victim, now 55 years old, reported that she was raped by a family member when she was young.Sgt. Dornes said police have determined the location where the incident occurred...

University creates new kinesiology lab

From staff reports

November 3, 2014

WSU and the Pullman community will soon have its very own athletic performance evaluation lab on campus.The Exercise Physiology and Performance Laboratory, located in Smith Gym, started in August when Chris Connolly, assistant professor of educational leadership, sport studies, and educational and coun...

Panhellenic elections: A step by step process

LANCE LIJEWSKI | ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR

October 31, 2014

One week after the Interfraternity Council announced its nine leaders for 2015, the Panhellenic Council is days away from announcing their own lineup.Nine women will be informed of their positions Monday night at 8 p.m. by the Panhellenic Council.  These positions were selected by a democratic elec...

The burden of proof

ANDREW BRADDOCK | EVERGREEN REPORTER

October 31, 2014

In late September 2011, a female student reported a sexual assault that occurred at a WSU fraternity.The morning following the alleged assault, a Pullman Police officer responded to Pullman Regional Hospital, where the victim was receiving a medical examination. She helped the officer identify the accuse...

Transportation survey: voice your opinion

FROM STAFF REPORTS

October 31, 2014

WSU Parking and Transportation Services is currently gathering data to input into its new comprehensive transportation plan via a brief survey.The process of creating the new plan started in June.Chris Boyan, Assistant Director of Operations for Parking and Transportation Services, said that this new com...

The chief with the open door

FROM STAFF REPORTS

October 31, 2014

After 40 years in law enforcement Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins has developed a broader view of what it means to serve a community.A police job, he said, was a way for him to make a difference at first. Now, after more than four years as police chief, he acknowledges his obligation to make Pullman ...

Students act out ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’

Students act out ‘The Rocky Horror Picture Show’

BY AMBERLYNNE UMAMYAM | Evergreen reporter

October 30, 2014

Celebrate this Halloween than with broken movie theater screens, water damage, rice, toast, costumes, and a good time. The WSU Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) will present all with a live shadow cast showing of the cult-classic “The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” at 7 p.m. and midnight Oct. 30 i...

Unorthodox presentations for ASWSU Senate

BY JONATHAN CARRIGAN

October 30, 2014

The ASWSU Senate welcomed State Representative and Pullman resident Susan Fagan, and Planning Director for the City of Pullman Pete Dickinson Wednesday to its weekly meeting.Fagan, who has served in the state legislature since 2010, represents the 9th Legislative District alongside Rep. Joe Schmick and S...

Airport board discusses costs, ebola

From staff reports

October 30, 2014

The board that oversees the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport addressed varied topics at its monthly meeting on Wednesday, from the facts on Ebola to the plan for a new runway.The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and project consultants are in the process of reviewing public comments on the draft envir...

Biotech research faire finds its way to WSU

BY MINNA LEE | Evergreen reporter

October 30, 2014

Visitors time traveled into the future of life science research at Wednesday’s Biotech Research Faire.The annual event returned for its 15th year at WSU and brought together a community of biotech vendors from across the region to display new lab technology in the CUB Junior Ballroom.Campus researche...

A new whey for WSU

BY KAYLA BONAR | Evergreen reporter

October 30, 2014

A $4 million creamery extension will assist faculty and students affiliated with the School of Food Science, as they “whey in” and learn how to make use of previously disposed whey.“Whey is the portion of milk that is left over after making cheese,” creamery manager Russ Salvadalena said.Salvada...

Millions granted to conserve culture

EMILY ALDER-STORM | Evergreen reporter

October 29, 2014

WSU will play a role in advancing cultural preservation with the help of the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).IMLS, a federal granting agency, announced new funds totaling $1,373,405 for three projects at WSU on Oct. 16.Among the three projects, $698,605 of the agreement will go directly ...

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