The Daily Evergreen

Depredation efforts require revision

Corrine Harris, Evergreen columnist

September 4, 2013

A deer in the headlights may cause a driver’s life to flash before their eyes, but when a wolf pack kills 176 sheep in a single night, a whole new terror comes to life.Current wolf depredation efforts do not seem as effective as most farmers, and sheep, would prefer.The Siddoway Sheep Company suffered the loss of 119 ...

Column exaggerated government power

September 4, 2013

Ashley Fisher's recent column on Indiana's rather extraordinary new law intrigued me. If we were in a genuine police state or an "increasingly totalitarian society," she would not have been able to publish an article like she did or would have been arrested and imprisoned immediately afterward.Has that ha...

WSU needs to back its student veterans

September 4, 2013

The American Legion strongly supports all efforts at Washington State University to have a place to meet regularly. Any group is more reliable and stronger when they can meet in the same location and time regularly. It is good to see that the ASWSU, especially President Taylor Hennessey, is working with ...

The rape pandemic

The rape pandemic

Hilary Sandberg

September 3, 2013

As reports of rape rise throughout the world, women are carrying the blame while men let men keep raping.When rape is a pandemic problem across cultures and societies, there is a fundamental issue with the value of women in the eyes of much of the male population. Be it in the United States, China, I...

How to succeed as an incoming student

It is vital for new students to actually read the required sections out of the course's textbooks.

Chelsea Keyes

September 3, 2013

“American Pie” lied.Young teens anticipate the day they leave for college; typically it is the first time they are away from their parents. Unfortunately most incoming college students are more interested in partying and having a good time with their friends rather than applying themselves to the...

College education goes online

Michelle Chan

September 3, 2013

For better or for worse, the classroom is moving into the final frontier.The Internet revolutionizes the way we process and search for information. It serves as a personal informant and in some ways as a private teacher. With a wealth of knowledge within our reach, many professors are beginning to seek o...

Your house is your castle, even against the cops

Ashley Lynn Fisher, Evergreen columnist

August 30, 2013

No one should be exempt from the law, including those who enforce it.Last March, Indiana’s former Governor Mitch Daniels signed into law an amendment allowing citizens the right to use deadly force against public servants who unlawfully enter their homes, according to an article by Bloomberg News.Indi...

Beware of Germans bearing three Grecian financial burdens

Dominique Wald, Evergreen columnist

August 30, 2013

If you’re Greece, hopefully that is true. After almost being thrown out of the European Union, Greece is asking for a third bailout amounting to an equivalent of $13.4 billion. The bailout could mean more time to repay their loans adding up to 240 billion euros from previous bailouts, according to t...

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