The Daily Evergreen

Police, scientists, hope to use drones for innovation

SANG JUNG, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2018


Filed under News, Research, Safety, WSU Pullman campus

Three local experts discussed how local governments use drones for science and public safety, as well as issues recreational users should keep in mind when operating on the Palouse on Tuesday. Tony Bean, executive director of Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport, said when flying drones for recreation,...

Mimicking nature with 3-D printing

Mimicking nature with 3-D printing

BREANNE SEARING, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2018


Filed under News, Research, WSU Pullman campus

Susmita Bose, professor at the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture at WSU, presented her research on how 3-D printing can impact biomedical studies by manufacturing bone implants. Bose, recipient of this year’s Distinguished Faculty Award, said she is extremely humbled to help educate...

Students call out unmet demands

Students call out unmet demands

IAN SMAY, Evergreen reporter

March 28, 2018


Filed under Administration, News, Top-feature, WSU Pullman campus

Students walked out of a workshop held by a senior university administrator Tuesday, calling for action on the demands student activists made during a sit-in in August. The students called for a public statement in support of the demands, which included drafting a university definition of ...

Schulz delivers second State of the University

Schulz delivers second State of the University

LINH NGUYEN, Evergreen reporter

March 28, 2018


Filed under Administration, News, Showcase, WSU Pullman campus

At his second State of the University Address, WSU President Kirk Schulz emphasized steps the school has made toward becoming a top-25 research institution. “We are Washington State University,” Schulz said. “We always need something to aspire to.” Schulz specifically pointed to new research...

Washington AG talks lawsuits, defending DREAMers

Washington AG talks lawsuits, defending DREAMers

BREANNE SEARING, Evergreen reporter

March 28, 2018


Filed under News, Politics, WSU Pullman campus

Washington’s attorney general, who has gained national attention for suing President Donald Trump’s administration over 20 times, said undocumented people deserve protection from deportation and deprivation of their rights without due process. At a Foley Institute-hosted talk, state Attorney General...

‘The other end of the radio’

‘The other end of the radio’

BAILEY CAMPBELL, Evergreen reporter

March 27, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, WSU Pullman campus

With more than 40 years at National Public Radio, 30 years hosting an award-winning news program and one memorable voice, Robert Siegel received the 2018 Edward R. Murrow College of Communication Lifetime Achievement Award on Monday. Every year the Murrow college honors the achievements of an individual...

Student Conduct rewrite carries into next school year

Student Conduct rewrite carries into next school year

REBECCA WHITE, Evergreen reporter

March 27, 2018


Filed under Administration, News, Top-feature, Transparency, WSU Pullman campus

After more than a year of operating on emergency rules and month-long delays in the revision process, WSU officials expect the rewrite of the Student Conduct Code to carry into next semester, with potential implemented in January 2019. Student leaders on the Student Conduct rewrite task force said...

WSU dairy to expand

DEENA MIGLIAZZO, Evergreen reporter

March 27, 2018


Filed under Administration, News, WSU Pullman campus

Due to the high cost of equipment and expansion, Ferdinand’s proposal to CAHNRS to purchase millions of dollars’ worth of new equipment to increase production will be extended to a three-year process. The initial proposal included purchasing a large amount of new equipment at a cost higher than...

Campus groups work to inspire future scientists

Campus groups work to inspire future scientists

BAILEY CAMPBELL, Evergreen reporter

March 26, 2018


Filed under News, Research, Showcase, WSU Pullman campus

Wind tunnels, sparkling gemstones and chemical reactions are just some of the many phenomena children explored during the Kids’ Science and Engineering Day, held Saturday in Pullman. The WSU Society of Women Engineers put on its ninth annual KSED event, where nearly 200 children participated in...

New VP focuses on finance

FORREST HOLT, Evergreen news editor

March 26, 2018


Filed under ASWSU, News, WSU Pullman campus

Current All Campus Sen. Tyler Parchem’s run for ASWSU’s second-highest post was far more successful than his first bid for office in student government. The political science sophomore ran for the uncertified senator position last year, but the Senate voted against appointing him to the vacant...

Rogers-Parchem liable for unlawful posters

Rogers-Parchem liable for unlawful posters

BREANNE SEARING and FORREST HOLT

March 22, 2018


Filed under ASWSU, News, Top-feature, WSU Pullman campus

The ASWSU Election Board found that President-elect Savannah Rogers and Vice President-elect Tyler Parchem were responsible for “unauthorized” posters that one of their campaign supporters’ printed using university resources. After the hearing Thursday night, the board voted to fine Rogers and Parchem $1...

Former Election Board member claims flawed election

Former Election Board member claims flawed election

FORREST HOLT, Evergreen news editor

March 21, 2018


Filed under ASWSU, News, Top-feature, WSU Pullman campus

A member of the ASWSU Election Board resigned soon after the election, saying the student government failed to look into possible violations and problems with voting. Mariela Frias, a second-year communication major, stepped down from her post on the Election Board on March 10, the Saturday following...