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Editorial Board: Know where your money is going

The Daily Evergreen Editorial Board

April 6, 2015

Attention students of Washington State University: at the start of every academic year, we the students contribute $544 each to an account governed by the Student Services and Activities (S&A) committee.Tonight, the committee will vote on where our money goes. This will happen in a meeting that is open to t...

Editorial Board: Get out and vote

Daily Evergreen Editorial Board

March 9, 2015

This year, unlike in previous years, The Daily Evergreen has chosen to not endorse a ticket for the ASWSU presidential election.This decision, reached after much deliberation, was not made because of a lack of belief in the candidates.If Adam Crouch and Kyle Geiger are elected, they would make positive...

A Daily Evergreen Q&A: Crouch and Geiger

March 9, 2015

Q. What will be your top priority coming into office?A. The day we step into office we will begin to revolutionize the way that ASWSU interacts with students by putting a top priority in listening to the student voice and matching our agenda to that of the current student wants and needs. Transparen...

Daily Evergreen Q&A: Cherzan and Montano

March 9, 2015

Q. What will be your top priority coming into office?A. Our top priority as president and vice president would be to increase student voice within the university while expanding the ASWSU brand name across campus. We will do this through getting student delegates, if not voting members, on the facult...

Don’t let the bullies keep you from the Big Game

HANNAH STREET | Evergreen columnist

January 30, 2015

A microcosm of our ESPN-worshipping nation, my workplace is abuzz with Super Bowl semantics. Every night I work, I sit in the back, my chair turned away from people and distractions like a horse with blinders – the better to focus on my job. Recently I’ve been feeling especially left out. Isolated...

Say something: It’s time to put an end to the culture of sexual assault


December 15, 2014

This semester, the number of rapes reported to police and the university has increased significantly. This isn’t necessarily indicative of more rapes, however. What it does show is a culture that allows victims to feel empowered to report, to attempt official action against their rapists.It’s comm...

There’s no app for lost time

There’s no app for lost time

KYLE SHULTZ | Evergreen columnist

July 2, 2014

It’s hard to focus anymore.A notification on your screen or a vibration in your pocket is all it takes to distract you from the boredom which haunts your every waking moment. I'm willing to bet you even get those phantom vibrations – you know, when you think you got a call or text, but didn't. Th...

Voters don’t trump people’s right; gay marriage is a constitutional liberty

Voters don’t trump people’s right; gay marriage is a constitutional liberty

Evergreen editorial board

May 21, 2014

We especially like our Constitution's fourteenth amendment, the one that says no state shall deprive any person of life, liberty or property without due process of law. But apparently states like Idaho and Utah, where gay marriage remains illegal, feel otherwise.Last week U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge ...

Powell and Farmer best suited to serve the Cougs

Evergreen editorial board

March 10, 2014

A proactive platform may be just what the student body of Washington State University needs. The Daily Evergreen editorial board sat down with the candidates running in this year’s ASWSU executive elections. After deliberation, the Evergreen is proud to endorse Jared Powell and LaKecia Farmer for ASWS...

Real Cougs don’t bully

Christine Rushton Evergreen Editor-in-Chief

November 20, 2013

I am not a columnist. I do not take pleasure in committing my opinions to ink because as a journalist, I value an abundance of perspectives.When it comes to the WSU, though, rules of propriety be damned. My blood runs crimson, and I will draw a sword for any battle that questions the loyalty and hea...

Finishing a series, facilitating change

Editorial Board

November 6, 2013

Over the past week, The Daily Evergreen facilitated a conversation amongst WSU administrators, faculty, students, and community members. Last night we concluded the series Cougs Under the Influence: Liquor, Laws and Learning with a panel discussion aimed at sparking a real discussion.Our reasoning b...

Begin the discussion

Christine Rushton | Evergreen editor-in-chief

October 30, 2013

Journalism: the business of reporting the news.A journalist: someone who lives in reality 24/7, unwilling to cover up truths.Starting last Thursday, The Daily Evergreen took on the challenge of presenting our readers with the facts about alcohol and drug abuse, the policies when people violate laws and ways...

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