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Letter to the editor: ‘Open your hearts and minds’


February 8, 2017

I have been blessed to have friends from many countries throughout the years, and believe it would be great for our country and the world for others to have those opportunities as well.Being immersed in university environments since the age of 18, and living overseas for 17 years, I have gradually accepted th...

Letter to the editor: Moos should take responsibility


February 8, 2017

Now that Logan Tago has accepted a plea agreement for third-degree assault, which is still a Class C Felony in the State of Washington, I think it is time for Athletic Director Bill Moos to officially tenure his resignation because he allowed Tago to play in the last two games despite the fact that h...

Letter to the editor: ‘I do not regret Brock being a Coug’


February 2, 2017

My son, Brock Lindberg, died at Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity on Oct. 24, 2016. Throughout this horrific ordeal, the Pullman community has been respectful and helpful.My utmost appreciation is extended to the following people: Annie Pillars (Whitman County Coroner’s Office) for helping me through three months of...

Letter to the editor: Finals week self-care


December 12, 2016

It’s crunch time. The end of the semester is here and so are final exams, papers and group projects. You may worry this week or even fall asleep in the library and be featured on your peer’s Snapchat story.College is hard. I’m writing this to remind my fellow Cougs to breathe. In these stressful times, it...

WSU ignores faculty and Pullman residents in parking plan

GARREN SHANNON | Guest columnist

November 9, 2016

Whenever I read or hear about WSU parking, two recurring thoughts come to mind: one, students will gladly park miles away and either walk or ride buses to get to the heart of campus, and two, staff and faculty needs are often left unmentioned.I have seen the impact of WSU’s active drive to limit parkin...

Letter to the editor: Voting for Democrats


October 27, 2016

I’ll vote for equality. I don’t endorse bigotry, division, and racism. I will not endorse any candidate who publicly belittles another person based on religion, sex, national origin, disability, or race.Republicans have proven time and again they are unwilling to work for the common good of the people.They are...

Letter to the editor: Green Bike inefficiency

RYAN MANNY | Pullman

October 25, 2016

One night last weekend, I needed to get from Southside to Global Scholars Hall to rendezvous with some friends.It’s a long walk, so to get there faster, I decided to take a Green Bike, since that’s what they’re there for, right?Maybe 10 minutes later, I pulled up to the Green Bike station at Nort...

Letter to the editor: Leach perpetuates Trump’s ‘locker room banter’


October 20, 2016

As a woman who works as a scientist at this university, I am appalled and outraged — to the point of feeling violated — that the WSU administration continues to whole-heartedly support and heavily finance WSU football Head Coach Mike Leach, despite his obvious engenderment of a culture of ‘locke...

Letter to the editor: Counter-protesting does not infringe on free speech


October 18, 2016

In response to Friday’s letter to the editor, ‘Conservatives won’t be silent’:Yes, Andrew, you most definitely have a right to express your freedom of speech.We respect that, and anyone who tries to tear down your wall or gets in your face is not respecting that.However, this is America and w...

Letter to the editor: Conservatives won’t be silent


October 14, 2016

WSU’s own College Republicans have now given a reason for every student, staff and faculty member on campus to be scared.But it isn’t for the reason you might think.Freedom of speech is being targeted at WSU and everyone should be aware of it. Tens, if not hundreds of students are planning on intervenin...

Letter to the editor: Alt-right politics


October 12, 2016

As of Oct. 13, the editorial staff has not been able to get in contact with the author of this letter. The Daily Evergreen cannot verify its authenticity.There has been much talk at WSU lately about the ideas of free speech and what is okay to say and what is not okay to say politically.I came from Afri...

Reader reactions: ‘Football player charged with felony robbery’

October 12, 2016

Readers react to criminal charges filed against sophomore linebacker Logan Tago. The Whitman County Prosecutor, Denis Tracy, charged Tago with second-degree robbery and fourth-degree assault. Head Coach Mike Leach stated at a news conference on Monday that he intended to continue playing Tago despite A...

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