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The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Coug senior Danika Toop will graduate with a bachelors degree in food science on May 7. Shortly after, they will start their next adventure working for Atomo Coffee in Seattle.

From mom’s kitchen to Commencement: a passion realized

Josie Goodrich, Evergreen reporter April 28, 2022

When most people say they have a passion for food, they usually mean they love restaurant hopping or showing off their culinary skills in the kitchen. For graduating senior Danika Toop, it’s all about...

Women Who Misbehave is a collection of 10 stories about women of all ages committing an act of rebellion.

“Women Who Misbehave” author comes to Moscow

DAYANA FAIRCHILD April 21, 2022

BookPeople of Moscow hosted a reading and Q&A with author Sayantani DasGupta last night at the Kenworthy Theater, focused mostly on her latest book "Women Who Misbehave."  "The book is a collection...

Pullman’s second Spring Pub Crawl in history will be taking place from 6 - 11 p.m. this Saturday, following the Crimson and Gray Spring Football Game.

From the window to the wall; to the bars we crawl

JOSIE GOODRICH, Evergreen reporter April 21, 2022

Cougar Football Saturdays are back for one weekend only, and with it comes the usual booze and debauchery.  Pullman’s Spring Pub Crawl will be taking place from 6-11 p.m. this Saturday,...

WSU’s LandEscapes will hold a release party for this year’s edition of the literary journal next Wednesday at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.

WSU’s literary journal hits shelves next week

GABRIELLE FELICIANO, Evergreen reporter April 21, 2022

WSU’s LandEscapes will hold a release party for this year’s edition of the literary journal next Wednesday. LandEscapes is hosting the release party on Wednesday at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of...

From 3 - 6 p.m. on Friday, Moscow’s East City Park will be alive with Inland North Wastes Earth Day party.

Earth Day in Moscow

JOSIE GOODRICH, Evergreen reporter April 21, 2022

The annual celebration of the big blue ball we all live on is just around the corner, and Moscow’s ready to party.  Inland North Waste will be hosting an Earth Day party from 3-6 p.m. on Friday...

Its that time of year again folks, commencement is just around the corner. Ask Emma has some useful advice for all you soon-to-be Coug graduates.

Ask Emma: I’m scared to graduate

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor April 21, 2022

Dear Emma, I’m getting ready to graduate in a few weeks. I’m excited, but I’m also really nervous about what happens next. I have a job lined up, but I don’t know how I’m going to leave all...

Located at 1335 SE Bishop Blvd., locally owned MJs Pot Shop has been serving the Pullman community since 2014.

It’s always 4/20 at MJ’s Pot Shop

ANNA MICHALSON, Evergreen reporter April 14, 2022

Editors Note: One of the sources will be identified only by their first name, per their request.  MJ’s Pot Shop is a local dispensary that caters to personalized customer needs while providing...

Glassphemy clerk Felix Alatorre displays a bong crafted by Mike Porter, featuring one of his signature glass coils.

Pass the glass

JOSIE GOODRICH, Evergreen reporter April 14, 2022

On any given day, you might find Willow Falcon behind the counter at one of her two businesses: the bottle shop Noshies or next door at Glassphemy, Pullman’s only woman-owned glass shop. Falcon...

Street Talk: munchies edition

MIKAYLA FINNERTY and DAYANA FAIRCHILD April 14, 2022

Picture this: you’re high and the only thing you can think to eat is *insert here.* What is it?  These four Cougs have very strong opinions about what the ultimate munchies snack is. Remember,...

WSU student Sydney Rigg works as a budtender at Kush21, a favorite late-night dispensary for local students.

Your buddy in the wonderful world of bud

DAYANA FAIRCHILD April 14, 2022

Dispensaries can be overwhelming, with shelves and shelves of cannabis products that seem to go on forever. That is, until budtenders come into play: a personal cannabis guru that guides customers through...

The nonprofit organization, Rural Development Intiatives, recently granted the Palouse Library $2,000 to support their new game night series.

Books and board games

DAYANA FAIRCHILD April 7, 2022

Friday nights in Palouse just got a little more lively.  On April 15, the Palouse Library will hold its first game night from 6:30-9 p.m., the first of an ongoing series. The event is the...

Chef Ian Pecoraro spent 15 years working in award-winning restaurants in Seattle before founding Cellar Door Cooking here on the Palouse.

Farm to table Palouse style

ANNIE HAGER April 7, 2022

Chef Ian Pecoraro started Cellar Door Cooking to bring local, farm-fresh meals directly to tables all around the Palouse.  Pecoraro has spent the last 15 years working in professional kitchens...

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