The Daily Evergreen

Bumbershoot band takes the stage

Bumbershoot band takes the stage

Lance Lijewski, Evergreen reporter

September 2, 2013

When asked to compare their music to a prominent act students would recognize, members of Seattle-based band, Ivan and Alyosha, agreed: Snoop Lion. Definitely Snoop Lion.Perhaps a stretch, but it’s what the group, who will be in the CUB Auditorium at 7 p.m. tonight, would jokingly like the students...

More than Organic

Madison Callan Evergreen reporter

August 30, 2013

Students gain understanding of where their food comes from through service opportunities offered in a partnership between the Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) and WSU’s own Organic Farm.The new partnership gives students the chance to not only gain community service hours through the CCE, but to also ...

Police investigate bomb threat

Chad Sokol, Adanna Escobar, Michelle Fredrickson

August 30, 2013

The bomb threat at Jefferson Elementary yesterday has been cleared, said Pullman School District Superintendent Paul Sturm.The school secretary discovered the bomb threat on the voicemail system at around 8 a.m.The recording was left by what sounded like a young adult male and indicated the school mi...

Driven by energy, fueled by philanthropy

Driven by energy, fueled by philanthropy

Brittany Amerson, Evergreen reporter

August 29, 2013

Eating lunch at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) annual general meeting, graduate student Sayonsom Chanda never imagined he would end up winning third place in the Power and Energy Society’s student poster contest.Out of 193 participants, Chanda was the only student fro...

Student veterans search for a new center

Zack Briggs, Evergreen ASWSU Reporter

August 29, 2013

With a check mark next to nearly every item on the 107 Day Plan, there remains one blank box causing frustration for the ASWSU president and hundreds of student veterans.ASWSU President Taylor Hennessey addressed the senate Wednesday night, highlighting the successes of his administration’s 107 Day Plan. It is in that...

Class resumes at Jefferson Elementary after threat

Adanna Escobar

August 29, 2013

The bomb threat at Jefferson Elementary School earlier this morning has been cleared, said Pullman School District Superintendent Paul Sturm.The bomb threat was discovered by a school secretary on the voicemail system. The recording left by what sounded like a young-adult male indicated the school might no...

Pullman City Council member arrested for DUI

Michelle Fredrickson Evergreen Reporter

August 22, 2013

Pullman City Council member Derrick Skaug was arrested yesterday on suspicion of driving under the influence.WSU police officers pulled Skaug over on Stadium Way at 2:01 a.m. for having his high beams on. Officers had probable cause to arrest him, said WSU Police Assistant Chief Steve Hansen.Skaug said he blew a...

Skaug’s DUI charge reduced to Neg One

Kaitlin Gillespie Evergreen Reporter

March 18, 2013

After pleading his DUI case down to first-degree negligent driving, Derrick Skaug can continue serving as ASWSU Vice President and City Council member.Skaug was arrested in late January on charges of driving under the influence. Two breathalyzer tests indicated his blood alcohol level was in excess of ....

Skaug attends hearing for DUI charges

Adam Noorani Evergreen Reporter

January 29, 2013

ASWSU Vice President Derrick Skaug, who was arrested early Sunday morning for driving under the influence, may have had a blood alcohol level as high as .097, according to police reports.Skaug appeared in his first hearing at the Whitman County Courthouse on Monday after a Whitman County Sheriff depu...

ASWSU vice president arrested for DUI

Patrick Groves Evergreen Reporter

January 27, 2013

Whitman County Sheriffs arrested ASWSU Vice President and City Councilman Derrick Skaug for driving under the influence at 1:18 a.m. Sunday.Sheriff Brett Myers said Skaug’s blood alcohol level was above the legal limit of 0.08. The investigation is complete and the police report and evidence will ...

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