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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Provost Elizabeth Chilton introduces guest speaker Kim Wyman at a Foley talk on Jan. 22.

Elizabeth Chilton leaving WSU, taking job as president of University of New Hampshire

KEDZIE MOE, Editor-in-chief May 7, 2024

Elizabeth Chilton, chancellor of the Washington State University Pullman campus, will be departing WSU after being named the next president of University of New Hampshire. Chilton will assume the position...

The study will aim to shed light on Lasixs impact, particularly concerning its administration before most races in the United States to mitigate EIPH. Photo courtesy of Macarena Sanz

WSU researchers awarded grant for research on race horses

JASMINE LIN, Evergreen reporter May 7, 2024

WSU researchers have been awarded a grant of over $370,000 for a two-year study into the effects of furosemide, a diuretic commonly known as Lasix, on thoroughbred racehorses. This study aims to shed...

Williamson with the Chancellors Distinguished Leader Award. Photo courtesy of Ariana Williamson

Ariana Williamson wins Overall Student Employee of the Year Award

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor May 2, 2024

The Academic Success and Career Center announced the winners of the annual Student Employment Soiree on April 10. The ceremony was held in the Lightly Student Services building, according to a Daily...

Crawford received the award officially on April 26. Photo courtesy of Tammy Crawford

Tammy Crawford receives Richard G. Law Excellence Award

SHERIDAN ROBBINS, Evergreen reporter May 1, 2024

Tammy Crawford, sports managament associate professor, has received the Richard G. Law Excellence Award, an award honoring WSU professors who teach UCORE classes. Crawford teaches the Diversity course...

President Luke Deschenes reviews ASWSUs activities at the last senate meeting of the semester

ASWSU holds last senate meeting of semester

MUSFIRAH KHAN, Evergreen reporter April 29, 2024

Editor's note: Dorothy Greenhalge has worked with The Daily Evergreen for several semesters but was not involved with working on this article ASWSU held its last senate meeting of the academic year...

Dash and his brother Chase, who joined the Dash Dog family in February 2023. Photo courtesy of Ande Edlund.

WSU’s “Ambassadog” GoFundMe for cancer treatment raises $14,000

ANNA HARO, Evergreen reporter April 29, 2024

WSU’s Dash Dog, who had a second tumor removed in mid-April and has been on chemotherapy since, has a GoFundMe to help him through his health journey and to give back to other animals. Dash had his...

Protestors traveled from Bryan Hall to the CUB protesting the WSU’s divestment from organizations contributing to the ongoing deaths of Palestinians.

Students protest for divestment in support of Palestine

MUSFIRAH KHAN, Evergreen reporter April 26, 2024

A group of students gathered at Bryan Hall holding signs and flags on April 24 protesting the school’s divestment from organizations contributing to the current ongoing deaths of Palestinians in Gaza. Some...

T. Chris Riley-Tillman selected as next provost

T. Chris Riley-Tillman selected as next provost

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor April 26, 2024

T. Chris Riley-Tillman, University of Missouri College of Education & Human Development dean, has been selected to serve as WSU’s next provost. Riley-Tillman will succeed current Provost Elizabeth...

Shepherd Smith referred to Abbie Hoffman as one of the greatest political tricksters of all time. Photo courtesy of Richard Elgar

Foley Institute learns of “Trickster” in politics

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor April 23, 2024

Author Shepherd Siegel related the “trickster character” to today’s political climate at 4:30 on April 18 for the final Foley Talk of the semester. Siegel said tricksters are characters who like...

Student Denver Mickali speaking against the senate passing Bill 35-52 at Wednesdays senate meeting

ASWSU unanimously approves 12 bills

MUSFIRAH KHAN, Evergreen reporter April 22, 2024

ASWSU passed 12 bills during Wednesday’s meeting in preparation for the 54th Senate transition. Denver Mickali, a senior on the pre-law track who was barred from attending Coug Lobbying Day earlier...

WSU President Kirk Schulz and his staff will move from French Administration to the Town Centre Building on Main Street.

Kirk Schulz to retire in June 2025

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor April 22, 2024

WSU President Kirk Schulz announced his plan to retire in June 2025 on April 19. Schulz made the announcement in a mass email and a video alongside his wife Noel. Schulz told the Board of Regents his...

Examples of t-shirts from the PicsGenie website. Photo courtesy of Jared Kelnhofer

WSU students research AI with business matters

ANNA HARO, Evergreen reporter April 22, 2024

WSU students have founded a company that uses AI generated imagining to create unique and different designs for shirts. PicsGenie founder Jared Kelnhofer said other companies involved in AI such as...

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