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During Week of Welcome, members of Discougs finally got to meet each other in person almost a year after the server came to be. A potluck-style picnic was held on campus, where members were able to socialize and play games with each other.

One click leads to community of Cougs

HANNAH BOUCHER, Evergreen reporter September 16, 2021

The beginning of the pandemic put an indefinite pause on students' lives. As dorms closed, friends moved back home and classes went online. The concept of socializing was all but a myth.  Then, the...

Annette Pimentel engages with community members of all ages before her book release party at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre in Moscow.

Annette Pimentel presents ‘Pura’s Cuentos’

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen Photographer September 16, 2021

Award-winning author Annette Pimentel held a release party and signing on Sept. 11 for her children’s book, “Pura’s Cuentos: How Pura Belpré Reshaped Libraries with Her Stories." BookPeople...

Black lab Molly launches into the pool at Hamilton-Lowe Aquatics Center in Moscow on Sunday afternoon.

Howling at Hamilton: Doggy paddle encouraged

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen deputy news editor September 16, 2021

Hundreds of dogs — labs, terriers and everything in between — took to the water Sunday for the Humane Society of the Palouse’s 14th annual doggy pool day at Hamilton-Lowe Aquatics Center in Moscow,...

Panelists Mark O'English, Sylvia Bullock and Amir Gilmore discuss the history of holidays at WSU and how to celebrate them in a respectful and culturally sensitive manner.

CCE hosts history of holidays discussion panel

Nick Gibson, Evergreen roots editor September 16, 2021

On Sept. 14, the Center for Civic Engagement held their first Public Square event of the school year, “Holidays at WSU: Thanksgiving to Juneteenth.”  The Public Square initiative is an ongoing...

The Lane K. Brown Foundation is a local nonprofit that provides resources for those struggling with suicidal ideation. Volunteers and team members are pictured here at the 2019 National Lentil Festival Parade in downtown Pullman.

Resources available for students struggling with mental health

HANNAH BOUCHER, Evergreen reporter September 9, 2021

Sept. 5- 11 marks National Suicide Prevention Week — a time for discussions that bring awareness to suicide prevention and different resources available to students in need. Regardless of their year...

Many students are feeling exhausted now that school is back in person. This week, Ask Emma has some useful tips to get back to feeling energized.

Ask Emma: Coming back to school has made me exhausted

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen deputy news editor September 9, 2021

Dear Emma, I am exhausted. I forgot how much effort it takes to go to school and interact with people all day, not to mention all the hills I have to walk up every time I go to class. I’m used to...

Rebecca and John Hurley met in Pullman in 2004. They recently returned to campus to show their children their old stomping grounds and visit with friends.

WSU alums found love at Catholic student center

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter September 9, 2021

There is an old adage in Pullman that goes along the lines of, “You come to WSU for a degree, and you end up finding a spouse too.” For two WSU alums, that is exactly what happened. WSU alums Rebecca...

Founder of Tripick Sukhjinder Singh graduated from WSU in 2019 with a master's degree in data science.

WSU alum set to launch long-distance rideshare service

KASSANDRA VOGEL, Evergreen reporter September 2, 2021

When Sukhjinder Singh attended WSU, he was often forced into precarious traveling situations when returning home from Pullman. He knew there had to be a better way, so he decided to create his own...

They say the heart wants what the heart wants. But what do you do if that happens to be your coworker?

Ask Emma: How do I keep my work relationship professional?

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen deputy news editor September 2, 2021

Dear Emma, I have developed a close personal relationship with one of my coworkers. That was fine for a while, but I am starting to develop feelings for this person. I don’t know how to keep our interactions...

The fair begins Sept. 9 and ends Sept. 12. Tickets can be purchased at the fairgrounds in Colfax the day of.

Palouse Empire Fair is ‘back in the saddle’

FRANKIE BEER and NICK GIBSON September 2, 2021

The Palouse Empire Fair is set to start Sept. 9, after the pandemic led to its cancelation last year. For community members and vendors, the fair is expected to live up to this year’s “Back in the...

The image shows the Coug full of students wearing masks, drinking beers and eating food.

Local business leaders react to students’ return to Pullman

NICK GIBSON, Evergreen roots editor August 26, 2021

For the past couple of weeks, WSU students have been pouring into Pullman for the start of the 2021-22 school year. For local business leaders, they are a sight for sore eyes.  “We do have a core...

Letter from the editor: Roots editor excited to serve community

Letter from the editor: Roots editor excited to serve community

Nick Gibson, Evergreen roots editor August 26, 2021

Howdy folks, new guy here. Not only am I the newest addition to The Daily Evergreen’s editorial staff, but I’m new to Pullman, so allow me to introduce myself.  I’m a Colorado kid who wound...

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