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OPINION: Satire: How to lose a guy in two hours

OPINION: Satire: How to lose a guy in two hours

DIANA RIOS, Evergreen Opinion Editor February 25, 2021

Dating is a formal and fun way of finding a partner, in all seriousness. But you might find yourself in a situation where a date turned awkward, uncomfortable, or just outright terrible. No matter what...

Like any person, professors deserve recognition for what they do, whether teaching in an online format or in-person.

OPINION: Express gratitude toward your professors

GRACE LAPIERRE, Evergreen Columnist February 25, 2021

I have hated my fair share of classes throughout my life, college being no exception. One thing I can never say, though, is that I’ve ever hated a professor at WSU. Whether their class was my cup of...

These societies are not untouched, but are isolated by choice.

OPINION: Will providing vaccines to isolated societies benefit or harm them?

PORTIA SIMMONS, Evergreen Columnist February 24, 2021

There have been many ethical dilemmas regarding COVID-19. One dilemma that has been posed several times is interacting with “isolated societies.” It is truly rare to find a community that is completely...

Who will fall in this Battle of the Snacks?

OPINION: Battle of the Snacks: Cheez-Its versus Goldfish

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen Reporter February 24, 2021

My comfort snacks are either Cheez-Its or Goldfish. I go through phases of only wanting to eat one or the other, but if I had to pick right now, I would go for the Cheez-Its. I think Cheez-Its taste...

Dunbar released a gender-neutral clothing line.

OPINION: Tear away gender norms, wear what you love

PORTIA SIMMONS, Evergreen Columnist February 18, 2021

A lot has changed in a relatively short period of time. As we started a new decade, more talk about uniqueness, acceptance and breaking gender norms began to circulate. One way we can start breaking...

OPINION: Women should be able to make decisions about their bodies without judgement

OPINION: Women should be able to make decisions about their bodies without judgement

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen Columnist February 18, 2021

When the term “pro-choice” is brought up in a conversation, a lot of people tend to think it means “pro-abortion,” but the term has more meaning to it than just being able to have an abortion.   I...

One of the more well-known tabletop games is Dungeons and Dragons.

OPINION: Tabletop gaming is a rewarding, creative outlet

GRACE LAPIERRE, Evergreen Columnist February 17, 2021

I started playing Dungeons and Dragons toward the end of high school, driving up to a friend’s house and playing games downstairs until the wee hours of the morning. As we all graduated, we still played...

A dark moment in history took place not even one week into 2021.

OPINION: Those are insurrection words: What we can learn from the Capitol riots

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen Columnist February 17, 2021

As Trump’s trial ends, we should all take a look at the events that led to the second impeachment trial for the former President, as well as our country’s reaction to it.  What many are calling...

Children should learn to embrace other cultures

OPINION: Parents should teach their children about race

DIANA RIOS, Evergreen Opinion Editor February 11, 2021

People have become more conscious about concepts like race, gender identity, sexuality and ultimately their own personal biases that revolve around these deeper notions. Younger generations are striving...

Though being close to campus is convenient, you have more personal space in an apartment than in a dorm room.

OPINION: Off-campus housing is better than living on-campus

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen Columnist February 11, 2021

I started my first semester at WSU in the fall, but I did not move into a dorm until this semester. Even though I have only experienced living in a dorm for a couple of months, I am starting to think about...

Japanese and French are challenging to learn in different ways.

OPINION: Japanese is easier to learn than French

GRACE LAPIERRE, Evergreen Columnist February 10, 2021

I took three years of French before college and one semester of Chinese in college. After deciding the tonal nature of Chinese, although beautiful, was too much for me, I began taking Japanese. I am now...

Whether at the gym, or in the comfort of your home, you can remain physically active during the pandemic.

OPINION: People should use virtual fitness programs, stay active during pandemic

PORTIA SIMMONS, Evergreen Columnist February 10, 2021

Quarantine has forced us to isolate ourselves in our homes. This can make certain activities tricky, such as working out. Since most gyms are not entirely open, many people have had to develop their own...

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