The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Our success, or lack thereof, is a direct result of us interacting with systems. You may
be too focused on your success, and not enough on what helped get you there.

Imposter syndrome just a mental model

GAYATHRI KRISHNAMOORTHY, Evergreen columnist September 13, 2021

People experiencing imposter syndrome are the oneswho can actually see more tangible outcomes from their hard work – like money, social status, awards or recognition. It does not seem to be the...

Whether it requires sending a dozen emails or standing in front of the CUB with a sign to attract interviewees, columnists will do whatever it takes to get interviews.

SATIRE: Columnists turned people-fishers in hopes of catching interviews

GRACE LAPIERRE June 11, 2021

I love my job because I love to write. There are, however, some aspects of it that do not exactly play nice with my other preferences. I loathe hunting for interviews. You reach out and then you wait,...

“I am looking forward to having the virtual commencement, I know it is virtual and will not be the same as it would be in person, but I’m still looking forward to that and the other commencement activities.”

OPINION: Senior shares hopes for graduation, beyond

GRACE LAPIERRE April 29, 2021

To all those graduating this spring: congratulations. It has been a long semester, although they all feel long to me. This recent year posed unique challenges with distance learning, but here we are. A...

Funky patterns and bright colors are coming back into fashion, just in time for spring.

OPINION: Students should add color to wardrobe this spring

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen opinion editor April 29, 2021

Spring in Pullman is a cornucopia of vibrancy and adventure. A walk down Monroe Street is a rendezvous with countless acquaintances, and a trip to Reaney or Ruby Street Park will highlight the soft, sprouting...

OPINION: Seniors advise undergrads to enjoy final years

OPINION: Seniors advise undergrads to enjoy final years

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter April 29, 2021

As finals approach and seniors prepare for graduation, they discuss what their fellow classmates should know for the rest of their undergraduate years, and what they wish they would have known when completing...

These kids may look ordinary, but they have only the most sinister of intentions.

OPINION: Satire: Children of the wheat

PORTIA SIMMONS April 28, 2021

Summer is the time to visit loved ones and, due to the COVID vaccine, many will be able to do so. During the summer months, there is a spike in children visiting their grandparents. There are many local...

Letter from the editor: Wrapping up the semester

Letter from the editor: Wrapping up the semester

DIANA RIOS April 28, 2021

This semester has been a very impactful learning experience for me. Not only was I initially clueless about what I was doing in this role, but I was nervous about leading a group of people my age through...

OPINION: State bill on universal health care is advantageous for all residents

OPINION: State bill on universal health care is advantageous for all residents

DIANA RIOS April 22, 2021

Medical advancements have often been measured by the number of people these technologies, medical procedures and drug therapies are able to save. But along with the benefit of being able to save people,...

OPINION: We should take advantage of springtime in Pullman 

OPINION: We should take advantage of springtime in Pullman 

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen opinion editor April 22, 2021

Spring in Pullman is a long-awaited season of fresh air, melting snow, green grass on Thompson Flats, long walks through campus and daffodils and dandelions dotting the lawns on College Hill.  A...

Is it simply a cloud of mist, or is the well-known Bryan Clock Tower now a floating structure?

OPINION: Satire: My neighbor teleports to class

GRACE LAPIERRE April 22, 2021

The year is 2238. Due to people inconsistently following public health guidelines — much like a tuberculosis patient electing not to finish their antibiotics routine in full — the coronavirus pandemic...

You dont need to be a mathematician to understand finance.

OPINION: Take a finance class

PORTIA SIMMONS April 21, 2021

Whenever tax season approaches, I have many concerns. What if I make a mistake on my taxes? What if I miss something? Am I doing this right? Many students have the same concerns when it comes to organizing...

It is very difficult for many students to find the motivation to finish the semester out strong.

OPINION: Students deal differently with virtual finals stress

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter April 21, 2021

As finals week approaches, WSU students are starting to feel the stress of preparing for exams, as well as burnout from all the studying. Max Litvak, junior marketing and hospitality and business management...

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