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Wash. DUI emphasis reaches Pullman

Nicole Seven, Evergreen reporter

September 11, 2013

To tackle the problem of drinking and driving, three local police forces came together with the Washington State Traffic Safety Commission (WSTSC) to create a DUI emphasis campaign.  The Whitman County Sheriff’s Office, Pullman Police Department, and WSU Police Department were part of a greate...

Shifting to an ‘Arab Winter’

Lawrence Pintak discusses the current situation in Egypt during a Foley lecture in Bryan Hall 308 on Tuesday Sept. 10.

Maxwell Reister, Evergreen reporter

September 11, 2013

The turmoil in Egypt and the Arab world will get worse before it gets better, Lawrence Pintak, founding dean of the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, said yesterday.“The Arab world is shifting from a brief Arab spring to a deep Arab winter,” Pintak said during the Foley Institute’s Co...

Fraternity member found unconscious after fall

From Staff Reports

September 11, 2013

A fraternity member was knocked unconscious Monday night, presumably after a falling down a flight of stairs.Delta Chi member Anthony J. Pentecost, 21, was found lying unconscious on the floor of his fraternity house, Pullman police Cmdr. Chris Tennant said.“I asked a bunch of guys in the house and they ...

Marijuana retailers could arrive in Pullman

Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins addresses City Council about marjiuana regulations Tuesday Sept. 10.

By Zack Briggs, Evergreen reporter

September 11, 2013

The Pullman City Council discussed the possibility of marijuana retailers opening up shops during their meeting Tuesday night.City Attorney Laura McAloon said Pullman residents can expect to see up to three marijuana retailers beginning mid-June of 2014.On Sept. 4, the Washington State Liquor Control B...

CCE will host a Day of Service in memory of 9/11

By Arianna Kemis

September 10, 2013

Sept.11 is an important day for U.S. communities, and the Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) will observe this day as a National Day of Service and Remembrance with six select service projects for students.Erin McIlraith, marketing and communication coordinator for the CCE, is in charge of getting all the ...

MESA reaches out

Chad Sokol

September 10, 2013

At the Middle Eastern Student Association (MESA), students come together to celebrate and share Middle Eastern culture in community.MESA Co-Chair Mahmood Al-makhamil said a goal of the organization is to make Middle Eastern culture known to the greater WSU community. For this reason,  they will hol...

Center advisers foster success

by Alex Madison

September 10, 2013

To sophomore journalism major Tosha Chavez, her academic advisor at the Center for Advising and Career Development office is like her fairy godmother.Chavez said she goes to the CACD every week to do homework and receive tutoring.“Even if they don’t have the resources you need, they will tell you whe...

4-H supports raising animals while teaching life skills

By Nicole Seven, Evergreen reporter

September 9, 2013

A program that not only allows young students to present and care for their animals, 4-H also helps them gain presentation and leadership skills for their future.From grades 6-12, students in 4-H work year round to prepare for the county fair where they present their animals to a panel of judges and display the ...

Veterans search for a place to call home

By Zack Briggs, Evergreen ASWSU reporter

September 9, 2013

Tobias Slaton, president of the ASWSU Student Veteran’s Committee, testified before the WSU Board of Regents Friday and emphasized a need to provide student veterans with a place they can call home.From talks about Greek life to discussions of budgetary construction plans, the Board of Regents concl...

Human Rights Day on the Palouse

By Brittany Amerson, Evergreen reporter

September 9, 2013

Human rights issues came to the Moscow Farmer’s Market this weekend as part of a local campaign to bring equality awareness to residents of the Palouse.Saturday marked the 23rd annual Human Rights Day presented by the Latah County Human Rights Task Force.“Human Rights Day started because there wasn...

No More 1 in 4

Flags planted by students in front of Stevens represent the one in four women who will be sexually assaulted during their college career, Thursday, Sept. 5.

Brittany Amerson, Evergreen reporter

September 6, 2013

Small red flags staked in the grass fluttered in the breeze Thursday as students walked by on their way to class.The flags, placed in front of WSU residence halls, were a part of the ‘No More 1 in 4’ campaign to educate and end the rape of women. By creating a visual representation of how many f...

WSU cuts ribbon for Northside

President Elson S. Floyd congratulates RA's of Northside Residence Hall on their hardwork at the Northside Dedication on Thursday, Sept. 5., 2013.

Madison Callan, Evergreen reporter

September 6, 2013

The new Northside Residence Hall received an official welcome to the WSU campus yesterday at the hall’s dedication ceremony.The event included appearances by WSU President Elson S. Floyd, the WSU Board of Regents, the building designers, the staff of the new hall, the Cougar Marching Band, and Butch...

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