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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

Five Pillars is the wine idea that won the team first place.

WSU students win first place in annual wine competition

GREY KAMASZ, Evergreen reporter January 16, 2023

A WSU team took home the Byron Marlowe Memorial Trophy in December after winning first place in the Intercollegiate Wine Business Invitational.  The team, which went by their company’s name 509 Wines,...

Academic student employees rally at WSU Pullman, preparing to file their petition to unionize, May 4.

Academic student employees achieve unionization

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor November 10, 2022

Academic student employees officially unionized Wednesday, following six months of rallies, healthcare issues and delay tactics. “I feel like there’s been some pushback about a union [from the administration]...

WSU introduced the Common Application for three of its campuses.

WSU launches Common App for prospective students

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor August 28, 2022

As many high school seniors begin applying for college this month and hope to become future Cougs, WSU launched the Common App for fall 2023 applications. WSU used the platform for international students...

Academic student employees march toward WSU Pullmans French Administration Building to present their petition to the administration at a rally, May 4.

WSU stalls unionization for student employees

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor July 31, 2022

Nearly three months after academic student employees filed a petition to unionize, WSU is stalling their progress and questioning research assistants' role in the bargaining unit.  “The longer they...

The robot and its electrostatic sprayer will be tested in a lab before they are tested in the field next spring.

Robotic pollinator could decrease reliance on bees

GREY KAMASZ, Evergreen reporter June 29, 2022

WSU researchers are creating a robotic pollination system to stabilize the pollination process and decrease farmers’ dependence on bees. The engineering and horticulture science departments will collaborate...

As internet crime and demand for cybersecurity increases, WSU faculty believe a new degree will greatly benefit students.

WSU faculty discuss necessity of cybersecurity degree for fall 2023

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen reporter June 22, 2022

WSU will offer a new cybersecurity degree across its Pullman, Vancouver and Tri-Cities campuses as early as next year. Although it is too early to tell, the university predicts student involvement in...

Academic student employees march toward WSU Pullmans French Administration Building to present their petition to the administration at a rally, May 4.

1,600 student employees create ‘meaningful change’ after filing petition to unionize

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor May 22, 2022

On May 4, more than 100 academic student employees marched to the French Administration Building with their petition, hoping to unionize and take ownership of their work.  Raising posters that said,...

WSU will increase tuition rates by 2.4%, the maximum amount allowed by law, to stabilize the universitys budget amid rising inflation and declining enrollment.

Board of Regents justifies 2.4% tuition increase

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor May 11, 2022

The Board of Regents voted unanimously on May 6 to increase tuition by 2.4% for the 2022-23 academic year for undergraduate and graduate students.  Increasing tuition rates by the maximum amount allowed...

Each WSU campus had an on-campus event Wednesday.

Annual Cougs Give event brings in almost $800,000

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor April 14, 2022

The WSU Foundation hosted its annual Cougs Give event Wednesday and raised $791,211 from 1,315 gifts. Last year, the event brought in just over $700,000, according to a Daily Evergreen article.  This...

There has been a demographic shift in college-aged students over the last several years, said Saichi Oba, vice provost for enrollment management.

Graduating class sees rise in diversity among students

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen reporter April 10, 2022

With the largest proportion of students of color, especially among the Black and Hispanic communities, the graduating class of 2022 is one of the most diverse in WSU history. Saichi Oba, vice provost...

On the WSU Pullman campus, Cougs Give will have a photo booth from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 13 on Glenn Terrell Mall.

WSU Foundation hosting 7th annual Cougs Giving Day next week

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor April 6, 2022

WSU Foundation is hosting its annual Cougs Giving Day on April 13, allowing alumni, friends and others to donate in support of WSU programs.  Cougs Give is a one-day fundraising event and is about...

Students from WSU, including members of ASWSU and GPSA, visit the Washington State Capitol.

WSU representatives reflect on 2022 legislative session

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports editor March 31, 2022

WSU students, faculty and administrators focused on anti-hazing, access to broadband internet, faculty pay and more during the 2022 legislative session, which started Jan. 10 and ended March 10. WSU...

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