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Students will now have to pay to park at CHS when using services.

OPINION: Loss of Cougar Health Services free parking is disappointing

GRACE LAPIERRE, Evergreen columnist March 11, 2021

A Twitter post from the ASWSU President on March 1 brought my attention to the fact Cougar Health Services will no longer be offering free parking. ASWSU President Curtis Cohen said he thinks the decision...

It sucks to be lactose intolerant because ice cream, cheese and pizza are a few of the seven wonders.

OPINION: Satire: Lactose intolerance won’t stop me

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen Columnist March 10, 2021

Lactose intolerance is a well-known health issue that a lot of us have to battle. People who are lactose intolerant cannot eat any dairy because the symptoms are just that bad, some of which include projectile...

All patriarchal stereotypes aside, men should be able to express their emotions without feeling judgment from other men.

OPINION: Boys do cry

PORTIA SIMMONS, Evergreen Columnist March 10, 2021

In today’s age, we strive for kindness and acceptance, but there are still many seemingly harmless cliches that can emotionally damage people. One that doesn't get enough attention is male stereotypes.  Pullman...

Students have been distanced from classmates and professors for nearly one year.

OPINION: Facing our return to in-person learning

GRACE LAPIERRE, Evergreen columnist March 4, 2021

Online classes have been going on for a while, leaving me to wonder if we will return to regular classes before I graduate, as I may or may not be done next fall, if all goes as planned. Chad Gotch,...

Campus resources supply a food pantry to students experiencing food-insecurity.

OPINION: Bring awareness to food scarcity among students

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen columnist March 4, 2021

Pullman is home to, arguably, some of the deepest roots of college community, flowing with wheat fields, Cougar Gold cheese, Ferdinand's ice cream and Coug pride. But among us, living on College Hill...

What lies behind those glowing eyes, and what is in those solo cups?

OPINION: Satire: FBI classifies frats, sororities as cults

PORTIA SIMMONS, Evergreen columnist March 4, 2021

Recently, the Federal Bureau of Investigation released its list of top organizations classified as cults. This list included: Blockbuster members, frequenters of Applebee’s and fraternity and sorority...

Who will win this duel of the snacks — and who will fall?

OPINION: Battle of the Snacks: Pizza rolls versus pizza bagels

DIANA RIOS, Evergreen opinion editor March 3, 2021

What do you think of at 9 p.m. on a Thursday? My mind is mostly on food, school and sleep. My friend and old roommate can attest to this, but my favorite question to ask around this time was, “You know...

Social media has become one of the most popular ways to stay connected with friends.

OPINION: Social media is needed more during pandemic than before

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen Reporter March 3, 2021

Social media is now one of the most common forms of communication, especially with the ongoing pandemic. A lot of students use social media platforms to connect with their friends, family and classmates.  Students...

Leditor: Opinion welcomes your ideas

Leditor: Opinion welcomes your ideas

DIANA RIOS, Evergreen opinion editor March 3, 2021

As a mid-semester — dare I say midterm — check in with our readers, I am writing you all a letter of encouragement. We love writing about our interests, but we would also love to hear from you all.  It...

OPINION: Satire: How to lose a guy in two hours

OPINION: Satire: How to lose a guy in two hours

DIANA RIOS, Evergreen Opinion Editor February 25, 2021

Dating is a formal and fun way of finding a partner, in all seriousness. But you might find yourself in a situation where a date turned awkward, uncomfortable, or just outright terrible. No matter what...

Like any person, professors deserve recognition for what they do, whether teaching in an online format or in-person.

OPINION: Express gratitude toward your professors

GRACE LAPIERRE, Evergreen Columnist February 25, 2021

I have hated my fair share of classes throughout my life, college being no exception. One thing I can never say, though, is that I’ve ever hated a professor at WSU. Whether their class was my cup of...

These societies are not untouched, but are isolated by choice.

OPINION: Will providing vaccines to isolated societies benefit or harm them?

PORTIA SIMMONS, Evergreen Columnist February 24, 2021

There have been many ethical dilemmas regarding COVID-19. One dilemma that has been posed several times is interacting with “isolated societies.” It is truly rare to find a community that is completely...

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