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Evergreen findings contradict WSU statement in regard to Gesser article

IAN SMAY, Evergreen reporter

September 13, 2018


Filed under Administration, Faculty, Local, News, Pullman Community, Special Report, Sports, WSU Pullman campus

WSU released the following statement in response to the Evergreen’s investigative piece regarding sexual misconduct allegations against Jason Gesser. The statement, attributed to President Kirk Schulz and Director of Athletics Patrick Chun, is replicated in full below. “We take any allegation...

Records show numerous allegations of sexual misconduct against Jason Gesser

Records show numerous allegations of sexual misconduct against Jason Gesser

IAN SMAY and DYLAN GREENE

September 13, 2018


Filed under Administration, Faculty, Football, Local, Mens, News, Pullman Community, Special Report, Sports, Top-feature, WSU Pullman campus

Hundreds of pages of public records show a number of allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct against Jason Gesser, assistant director of athletics at the Cougar Athletic Fund, dating back as far as 2014. The allegations are outlined in interview notes and records from a complaint review carried...

Audit finds associate dean misused grant funding

CODY COTTIER, Evergreen reporter

September 5, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, Special Report, WSU Pullman campus

A recently completed state audit found reasonable cause to believe a WSU administrator instructed university personnel to improperly charge two employees’ salaries to federal grants, while the employees were not working on those grants. The audit report states that James Moyer, associate dean in the...

Cultural Center ready for visitors

Cultural Center ready for visitors

FORREST HOLT, Evergreen reporter

August 31, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, Special Report, WSU Pullman campus

Doors to the newly completed Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center are wide open for student organization leaders to have a look at the new space. Griffin Uchida, Assistant Director of Facilities and Operations for the CUB and the Cultural Center, said he hopes the new building becomes a popular event space...

Research facility relocation hits unexpected snag

FORREST HOLT, Evergreen reporter

August 31, 2017


Filed under Local, News, Pullman Community, Special Report, WSU Pullman campus

The Board of Regents cancelled its meeting yesterday morning after the university found out it might not fully own some of the buildings they were going to vote on relocating. The Regents originally scheduled the special meeting to vote on selling WSU land to the Moscow Pullman Regional Airport for...

Budgeting without a budget

FORREST HOLT, Evergreen Reporter

August 28, 2017


Filed under News, Politics, Special Report

Due to a historically late state budget, university officials at WSU Spokane rolled back their Services and Activities fees from a five- percent increase to 2.2 percent, the same rate at which tuition has increased. A major problem with the state being so late, WSU’s Chief Budget Officer Joan Kin...

ASWSU Director of Legislative Affairs 2015

Lance Lijewski | The Daily Evergreen

September 15, 2015


Filed under News, Special Report, WSU Pullman campus

Robert Kobza is a sophomore from Manhattan, Kansas.He is pursuing a double major in international business and political science, while also studying Russian.He got his start with ASWSU as a freshman delegate on the senate and then as the associate director of legislative affairs.He values his ability ...

ASWSU Director of Diversity 2015

Lance Lijewski | The Daily Evergreen

September 15, 2015


Filed under News, Special Report, WSU Pullman campus

Sebatian Kalilikane is a junior from Issaquah, Washington, majoring in construction management with a minor in business.He is the current vice president of his fraternity, Lambda Phi Epsilon, has previously served ASWSU as an assistant director of diversity efforts, and has been actively engaged in all...

ASWSU Director of Community Affairs 2015

Lance Lijewski | The Daily Evergreen

September 14, 2015


Filed under News, Special Report, WSU Pullman campus

Samantha Kieling is from Vancouver, Washington. She is currently a senior studying Political Science with a minor in Criminal Justice and Comparative Ethnic Studies.She has been on ASWSU Senate for the past three years, first as a freshman delegate, then as an uncertified senator, and as the senate chair pro-tempore.Samantha hopes to, in her director position for ASWSU Executive Staff, increase the interaction of WSU with the Pullman community and foster good communication between the two communities.Sam is passionate about the students at WSU and is committed to listening to and revolutionizing the student voice. Go Cougs!

University and community offer resources

HANNAH STREET | Evergreen reporter

April 29, 2015


Filed under Crime, News, Pullman Community, Special Report, WSU Pullman campus

For an individual who has experienced a traumatic occurrence, the take-back of power starts with deciding where to turn for support. Some resources are confidential, and others are required to disclose information to superiors. All offer different types of support for victims.Confidential ResourcesMedi...

University policy for sexual assault emphasizes an educational outcome

University policy for sexual  assault emphasizes an educational outcome

MATTHEW BRUNSTETTER | Evergreen reporter

April 29, 2015


Filed under Crime, News, Pullman Community, Special Report, WSU Pullman campus

As the prevalence of sexual assault culture continues to gain face among college campuses across America, institutions such as Washington State University are always on the move to keep up with effective policy and procedure.Under the federal statute of the Clery Act and Title IX of the Education Am...

Police procedure focuses on sexual assault victim safety

Police procedure focuses on sexual assault victim safety

MICHELLE FREDRICKSON | Evergreen editor-in-chief

April 29, 2015


Filed under Crime, News, Pullman Community, Special Report, WSU Pullman campus

Summer is just around the corner, and this summer might mean more potential for crime, including sexual violence."Most assaults are being committed by young people between the ages of 18-24," said Pullman Police Commander Chris Tennant. "You remove those people and all types of crime go down."Sexual ...

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