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WSU Global Campus awarded for excellence

Adanna Escobar, Evergreen news editor

October 8, 2013

Online education is a growing enterprise, and at the helm of this up and coming industry is WSU, said Global Campus leaders.The Global Campus, WSU’s campus for online degrees and certificates, received one of the highest national honors for online education. The Sloan Consortium (Sloan-C) announce...

Alleged assault near Stubblefields Saturday

From Staff Reports

October 7, 2013

Police responded to a report at Pullman Regional Hospital early Saturday morning about a man who claimed he had been assaulted outside Stubblefield's bar on College Hill.Pullman Police Sgt. Dan Dornes said the 21-year-old WSU student was intoxicated and possibly suffered from a broken jaw.Dornes said ...

WSU students now offered multiple health insurance options

Insurance plans offered to students through The Exchange come in four tiered coverage levels. For each level individuals pay a certain percentage of the insurance costs with the insurance provider paying the remainder. The numbers above represent the amounts covered by the provider.

Devin Trubey Evergreen reporter

October 7, 2013

By 2014, every American citizen must have healthcare insurance.To help students acquire insurance, WSU is offering options through either the university or the Washington State Health Benefit Exchange.The Exchange calculates cost based on the individual, considering special circumstances.“The coverage and...

Health Insurance Plans

Insurance plans offered to students through The Exchange come in four tiered coverage levels. For each level individuals pay a certain percentage of the insurance costs with the insurance provider paying the remainder. The numbers above represent the amounts covered by the provider.

william D’Onofrio | The Daily Evergreen

October 7, 2013

Insurance plans offered to students through The Exchange come in four tiered coverage levels. For each level individuals pay a certain percentage of the insurance costs with the insurance provider paying the remainder. The numbers above represent the amounts covered by the provider....

WSU defensive lineman arrested for assaulting teammate

From Staff Reports

October 7, 2013

WSU Police arrested football player Emmitt Su’a-Kalio Thursday for second-degree felony assault. Su’a-Kalio, a WSU defensive lineman, was taken into custody following the alleged assault against a fellow teammate.According to KQQQ Radio, Su’a-Kalio is accused of punching a teammate in the u...

Police locate two missing persons

Chad Sokol Evergreen reporter

October 4, 2013

Police have located a woman and her 10-month-old daughter reported missing Wednesday, Oct. 3.The woman, Marjorie Bognar, left with her daughter, Evangeline, to pick up her son from a bus stop, but then left for Spokane.Pullman Police Detective Scott Kirk said Marjorie was located in Spokane, where she ...

Pullman High School gets ready for remodels and additions

Principal Joe Thornton discusses the Pullman High School renovation in the high school’s theater, Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013.

Ashley Gonzalez, Evergreen reporter

October 4, 2013

In the fall of 2017, Pullman High School students could walk through a redesigned and renovated high school with building additions.Construction is scheduled to begin during the summer of 2014 and will continue until July 2017, said Shannon Focht, the communications coordinator and assistant to the ...

Moscow police arrest two suspects

Chad Sokol Evergreen reporter

October 4, 2013

Police arrested two men suspected in the armed robbery of Stinker Station on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013, in Moscow, Idaho.Moscow Police Chief David Duke said his department received a phone call Tuesday night from acquaintances of the suspects who had seen security camera images of the robbery.The caller...

Walking to end local and world hunger

From staff reports

October 4, 2013

Pullman and Moscow community members will lace-up and walk to support the fight against hunger on Sunday at 1 p.m. in Pullman.The 29th annual CROP Hunger Walk will raise money through donations and pledges obtained by the walk’s participants. The six-mile venture will begin on Bishop Boulevard.Membe...

The consequences of polarization

Teresa Lane, Evergreen reporter

October 4, 2013

Hyper-partisan politics can be dangerous within the government, as the recent shutdown proved, said The Foley Institute guest speaker Thursday.Foley at WSU welcomed Matthew Levendusky to discuss partisan politics and media in the United States.Levendusky is an associate professor at the University o...

Senator talks state budget with ASWSU

Zack Briggs, Evergreen reporter

October 3, 2013

During his first day on the job as 9th District Senate Republican Leader, Mark Schoesler formed the Senate Majority Coalition to create a list of goals focusing on establishing a proper budget suitable for jobs and education. After months of special sessions, the Washington State Legislature passed on...

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