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Discrimination in the name of diversity

Discrimination in the name of diversity

KENDRICK RICHARDSON, Evergreen columnist

August 21, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Take a minute and think about what you would say if I said that because slavery is no longer legal, racism doesn’t exist in America. Many college students would respond with something along the lines of, “The discrimination of the past still echoes today.” That’s a difficult claim to refute,...

Letter from the editor: A journey born from a rival

Letter from the editor: A journey born from a rival

DYLAN GREENE, Evergreen editor-in-chief

August 20, 2018


Filed under Columns, Editorials, Opinion

After over three months of grinding through the summer with a limited staff as Editor-in-Chief, I’m ready to put out a paper five days a week while being a full-time college student. But my journey to this position didn’t seem possible nearly three years ago when I had zero interest in going into...

Letter from the editor: ‘That they might be better citizens’

IAN SMAY, Evergreen news editor

August 9, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

As I end my term as the Evergreen’s news editor, there’s one last thing I feel I need to address. Now more than ever, news media in the country are under the microscope. Distrust in the news has never been higher in this nation. However, it is important for people to support their local newspapers...

Student Rec Center provides a break from stress

SAAD NABIL ALI, Evergreen columnist

August 9, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

College demands levels of performance from students that contribute to feelings commonly equated with collectivism. When your work is evaluated based on criteria developed for where you should be rather than effort, you’ll inevitably wind up feeling inadequate at times. As a political science pre-law...

Football can look toward rugby for safety

Football can look toward rugby for safety

HANAH GOETZ, Evergreen opinion editor

July 18, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Showcase

The condition of football players has been under contention for years, but not in terms of physical fitness. Instead, the problem lies with the abundance of concussions and the long-term effects that come with them. In 2016 alone, concussion injuries increased by 58 percent, according to ESPN.com....

New affordable housing could be a disaster for Pullman market

New affordable housing could be a disaster for Pullman market

SAAD NABIL ALI, Evergreen columnist

July 18, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Confirmation of plans for the new affordable housing project in Pullman, promoted by the Community Action Center, has had many relishing in its potential. “Our goal at CAC is to help every Whitman County resident improve their ability to be in stable housing and to increase long-term self-sufficiency,”...

Candidates looking to ineffective policies

Candidates looking to ineffective policies

SAAD NABIL ALI, Evergreen columnist

July 11, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

With local elections just a stone’s throw away, candidate and former state Sen. Lisa Brown has made a huge splash as the only Democrat to run for the 5th Congressional District seat against incumbent Republican Cathy McMorris Rodgers and others for the primary. Brown highlighted sentiments concerning...

Develop the habit of self-care this summer

Develop the habit of self-care this summer

HANAH GOETZ, Evergreen opinion editor

June 27, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

When I was a zookeeper, my biggest issue was the inability to take care of myself. I was falling apart outside of the zoo. I ate terribly, I dressed lazily and I binged Netflix more than I shopped for groceries. I was a mess. But then it started to creep into my work and my health was greatly affected....

Dad quits supporting WSU, decides to support University of Oslo

HANAH GOETZ, Evergreen opinion editor

June 20, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

My dad, Brett, really wanted to be a “college dad,” like the ones who are pridefully wearing the t-shirts of their student’s school, watching the football games with you, and bragging to the neighbors that their kid is in an awesome college. It is a happy image, and it is something my dad was excited...

Choosing apathy is no longer an option

Choosing apathy is no longer an option

HANAH GOETZ, Evergreen opinion editor

June 13, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion

With James Allsup being certified as a Precinct Committee Officer in Whitman County and the recent decision of the WSU Board of Regents to approve an athletics deficit plan that includes doubling student fees, it is time for students to start realizing that their newest job is to start stepping up to...

Keep Pullman’s trees in development plans

Keep Pullman’s trees in development plans

HANAH GOETZ, Evergreen opinion editor

May 30, 2018


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Showcase

Recently there has been numerous negative responses toward Pullman's possible decision to remove or replace trees downtown for further development. But while Pullman is working to increase their aesthetic value, we see that the government is choosing to treat the nature around it like most people in...

Take advantage of more unique opportunities for career development

MOHAMED SALEM, Guest columnist

May 30, 2018


Filed under Columns, Guest Commentaries, Opinion

For many years, WSU student minorities have been struggling to have proper representation at ASWSU. Our minority peers are discouraged from public service by the cronyism, bias and cliquey circles in student government. The path to success and involvement should never be restricted to fitting in such...

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