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Einstein Bros. Bagels opens

From staff reports

September 14, 2015

Einstein Bros Bagels is open for business, but construction around Global Scholars Hall remains in progress. Nevertheless, students will not be kept away from the shop for lingering equipment and construction crews.Complementing the new residence and dining halls on the north side of campus, Einstein Bros Bagels – which o...

‘Remember the Titans’ Coach Boone speaks at WSU

From staff reports

September 11, 2015

In between Denzel Washington and Diana Ross references that brought levity to Beasley Coliseum Wednesday night, historically acclaimed high school football coach Herman Boone gave a powerful lesson on becoming a Titan.“At this moment the torch has been passed to you,” Boone said during his speech...

A problem Smokey the Bear can’t solve

From staff reports

September 11, 2015

The Foley Institute hosted yet another installment of its Coffee and Politics series Wednesday, this time a discussion about the sociological complications of wildfires.Director of the Thomas S. Foley Institute Cornell W. Clayton introduced Professor Matthew S. Carroll to discuss the issues of wildfires an...

Same mission, different semester

Same mission, different semester

Kelsey Bowers | Evergreen reporter

September 4, 2015

Twenty thousand students have occupied WSU’s campus the last two weeks. One hundred and twenty of them are involved in Army ROTC, a program that allows interested students to be educated in both their major field of study and military science.“Everybody from freshmen to senior [cadets] will be...

CUB offers improved interior

The CUB as seen on Monday, Aug. 31. The building has undergone some renovations since spring.

Hannah Welzbacker | Evergreen reporter

September 1, 2015

After visiting other union buildings, the CUB staff decided it was time to create an environment that exuded more school pride.The CUB underwent several renovations and upgrades over the summer to create a stronger WSU identity, said CUB Director Sean Greene.Sean Greene said he received multiple com...

New classroom software rolls out

From staff reports

August 31, 2015

As classrooms across campus prepare to phase out current online lecture resources, WSU is offering workshops to help introduce Panopto, the system which will replace previous classroom software.Fifteen workshops will be held as a part of a series called Technology Test Kitchen, supported by Academic Outreach and Inn...

ASWSU appoints new executive

From staff reports

August 27, 2015

During their first meeting of the 2015-2016 academic year, the 45th ASWSU Senate unanimously appointed Ben Varin as an assistant director of communication.Varin, a senior construction management major, was denied the same position at the end of last semester by the Senate. Some senators felt that he a...

Remembering Floyd

Kelsey Bowers | Evergreen reporter

August 27, 2015

Two months after late WSU President Elson S. Floyd’s passing, the WSU Board of Regents honored his memory with a Celebration of Life yesterday afternoon in Beasley Coliseum.The Board waited until the fall semester began so that WSU students, the heart of Floyd’s passion, could have the opportunity ...

Health & Wellness provides answers to smoke hazards while UREC and Cycling Club organizations react to widespread health concerns

Smoke conceals much of Pullman as seen from College Avenue on Sunday, Aug. 23.

By Jana Kitelinger and Cody Cottier | Evergreen reporters

August 25, 2015

Smoke is a mixture of gasses and fine particles that can be harmful to individual health. Wildfire smoke in particular contains a toxic gas called carbon monoxide, said Bruce Wright, the executive director of Health and Wellness Services.Pullman, like many other cities in the Pacific Northwest, has radic...

New at UREC for fall

Eli Majnarich | Evergreen reporter

August 14, 2015

During WSU’s Week of Welcome, University Recreation (UREC) offers something for just about everyone. Activities will kick off on Sunday, August 16.A 3-on-3 basketball tournament, a ropes obstacle course, a campus bike tour, and free fitness classes are some of many activities that are available on S...

Global Scholars Hall

Shen Wu Tan | Evergreen contributor

August 14, 2015

On August 15th, students will move into the newly constructed Global Scholars Hall located on Cougar Way.Travel-weary student drivers and parents will jam-pack the usually calm streets of Pullman, eager to move into various residence halls. Cars stacked with boxes and plastic bins will line up along e...

The lost transfer student

Shen Wu Tan | Evergreen contributor

August 14, 2015

“I wish someone had told me that transferring isn’t like redoing your freshman year,” said Alexandria McKay, a peer mentor for the Summer Advantage for Transfers program. The program is hosted by WSU Summer Session.McKay transferred from Central Washington University after her first year of scho...

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