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Editor-in-chief Emma Ledbetter, pictured here, is grateful for all the people she worked with in her role.

Letter from the editor: ‘Curiosity may have killed the cat, but it only helped the reporter’

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen editor-in-chief July 23, 2021

As with most of my stories, I had plenty of time to write this and waited until the last possible day. That is right, it is officially my last day as editor-in-chief of The Daily Evergreen, and this is...

U.S. responses to the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine have continued to antagonize tension within our country about who is at fault for ongoing violence.

Letter to the Editor: U.S. complicit in Israel-Palestine conflict

NANCY STREET, Contributor June 21, 2021

Where did the mainstream media report the major atrocities taking place in Israel and occupied Gaza? Of course, we heard about the bombing and destruction of the building housing Associated...

Past Republican party leaders like Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt and Everett Dirksen have represented the best of the Republican party, and Rep. Liz Cheney could be the next to do so.

Letter to the Editor: Republican party needs strong, honest, equality-minded leaders

Norm Luther, Contributor May 24, 2021

Very seldom I agree with [U.S. Rep.] Liz Cheney on policy. I disliked her father making too many decisions for George W. Bush and usually disagreed with them. But right now, Liz Cheney is my No....

Starting college online and writing for a newspaper was a challenge, but an entertaining one.

Letter to the Editor: My time at The Evergreen

JOEY FRANKLIN December 9, 2020

I found out I wouldn't be living at WSU during fall 2020 as I made my way home from summer break. The announcement was supposed to be made the week before I left but was delayed by the school administration. I...

Letter to the Editor: Welcome to the Cougar family

Letter to the Editor: Welcome to the Cougar family

CURTIS COHEN and SEAN DOSTER August 17, 2020

Dear Class of 2024, We couldn’t be happier to welcome you into the Cougar family, even in the middle of challenging times. Coug alumni everywhere will tell you that once you’re a Coug, you will...

Letter to freshmen: Stay connected despite COVID-19

Letter to freshmen: Stay connected despite COVID-19

BRUCE MULMAT, Former Evergreen opinion editor August 17, 2020

This will be an interesting semester for Cougs everywhere. Obviously, everyone knows that WSU Zoom 2: Electric Boogaloo will make classes more difficult, and it will make labs almost impossible. To...

Letter to freshmen: A completely new WSU experience

Letter to freshmen: A completely new WSU experience

JAKOB THORINGTON, Former Evergreen reporter August 17, 2020

Well, this is certainly a different Week of Welcome experience. Hi, I’m Jakob. I graduated last May, and I am a former Evergreen reporter. Like many of you, I graduated during the middle of our...

Letter to the editor: Remove biased story

EVERGREEN CONTRIBUTORS February 3, 2020

Dear Editor: We, undersigned community members, believe the article “Musician facing felony charges” published Friday was recklessly biased. The story’s details come from a single plaintiff...

From left, deputy News editor Luke Hudson works on the front page redesign while Editor-in-chief Sydney Brown and Managing Editor Grace Arnis offer advice.

Behind the Press: Meet your makers

EDITORIAL STAFF January 15, 2020

Sydney Brown- Editor-in-Chief In August 2017, a freshman version of myself wandered into the dim basement of Murrow Hall, lured by the promise of free cookies at an open house. I had no intention of...

Taylor Shewchuk gives the memorable moments of her time at WSU and her lasting love for this place.

Fond memories of my time spent at WSU

TAYLOR SHEWCHUK, WSU Graduate May 3, 2019

Dear Washington State University, thank you. Thank you for the very best days of my life and some of the very worst. Thank you for shaping nervous, homesick freshman me into the strong, confident —...

Chloe Grundmeier explains how she got hooked on writing for the Evergreen and the pride she takes in it.

Expressing pride for The Daily Evergreen

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter May 3, 2019

After three years, six semesters, 27 months or approximately 810 days, you’d think I’d have tried to work my way up the chain of command at The Daily Evergreen. Instead, I remained happily as a reporter...

Rick Flores is grateful for everyone whose made him the first in his family to graduate college.

Thanks to lifelong friends, family

RICK FLORES, WSU Graduate May 3, 2019

Dear WSU, thanks for giving me the best four years that I have ever had. I met lifelong friends, explored an amazing career and found my wife-to-be. If it wasn’t for Wazzu, I have no clue where I...

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