The Daily Evergreen

Grub Hunt: O-Ramen

Grub Hunt: O-Ramen

EURUS THACH, Evergreen reporter

January 16, 2020

O-Ramen, a Japanese noodle shop in downtown Pullman, has sold 6,400 bowls of tonkotsu ramen and 5,500 bowls of shoyu ramen since their opening. Often, the restaurant will have lines of customers waiting to order, said Daisy Mae Beam, the kitchen manager of O-Ramen. Tonkotsu ramen, the most popular...

How to eat healthy on a budget

How to eat healthy on a budget

CAROLYNN CLAREY and RACHEL SUN

January 16, 2020

An apple a day keeps a doctor away, but for a college student, that apple may break the bank. Healthy food is expensive and for those living on a limited income, it isn’t always an option. Boxed and fast foods have become the norm for college students that are in need for fast, affordable meals. While...

RealiTea one year later

RealiTea one year later

EURUS THACH, Evergreen reporter

January 16, 2020

Walking into RealiTea, it’s common to see students gathered, hanging out or studying with friends. Candy Zhong, the general manager of RealiTea, said she wants her customers to enjoy their time and have a good memory of the restaurant.     When RealiTea first opened, managing stock was challenging, Zhon...

Guide: How to kick your new year’s resolutions in the butt

Guide: How to kick your new year’s resolutions in the butt

JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen reporter

January 14, 2020

With the new year comes resolutions, and with resolutions come inevitable failure, disappointment and forgetting until next year. In fact, according to U.S. News and World Report, around 80 percent of people fail their new year’s resolution. Making grand goals to stick to for an entire year is impossible witho...

Get your sh*t done: How to make the most of week one

Get your sh*t done: How to make the most of week one

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter

January 14, 2020

Kickstart your semester It can be overwhelming to think about last semester’s grades, but there are steps students can take to make it easier. Here are some of the tips from academic advisers on how to make the most of your first week. Resources Colette Casavant, academic coordinator for the Agri...

Letter from the editor: Welcome to Roots

Letter from the editor: Welcome to Roots

RACHEL SUN, Roots editor

January 14, 2020

When the editorial staff first considered changing our Life section to “Roots” last semester, it was only because someone had made a joke about having more plant-themed sections. If you read the newspapers, you may have noticed our semi-cringy love of wordplay. Even though it started as a joke, ...

In his blood: DTC professor shares his passion for teaching

In his blood: DTC professor shares his passion for teaching

EURUS THACH, Evergreen reporter

December 2, 2019

For Tor de Vries, clinical assistant professor of digital technology and culture, teaching is “in his blood.” As the son of two college professors, de Vries said he loves seeing students learn. “That moment when a student gets it. The moment when they were like, ‘Oh, it worked,’” he...

Letter from the Editor: What is your impact?

Letter from the Editor: What is your impact?

ZACH GOFF, Life Editor

December 2, 2019

When I applied to WSU, one of the essay questions I had to answer was “What legacy will you leave at WSU?” I had not thought much about that question until I took the position of life editor. I have helped aspiring reporters get their work published while also informing Pullman residents about events in...

Retired professor opens local Hindu temple

Retired professor opens local Hindu temple

LAUREN ELLENBECKER, Evergreen reporter

November 21, 2019

The outskirts of Pullman are isolated, yet scenic and tranquil. Among the small neighborhoods, auto repair shops and rolling hills is the only Indian Hindu temple in Pullman. The founder of this hall, Sarangamat Gurusiddaiah, former WSU professor, walked around the gathering space with open arms and...

Tree farm to host wreath-making workshop

Tree farm to host wreath-making workshop

CAROLYNN CLAREY, Evergreen reporter

November 20, 2019

The smell of fresh pine, the sight of tiny, twinkling, colored lights, the taste of freshly-made gingerbread, the warmth of a cup of hot cocoa: these are all hallmarks of the Christmas season. As owners of Christmas tree farms, no one knows this better than Annette Brusven and her mother Carolyn Leege. This...

While you’re down there, check for lumps

While you’re down there, check for lumps

REID BROWN, Evergreen reporter

November 20, 2019

“Men don’t take care of themselves. They’re taught ‘stuff it down, zip it up, shut up, rub some dirt on it and go,’” said Julius ‘Juice’ Rock, graduate assistant in University Recreation, personal trainer and weight room staff manager. “Let men have that place where they can open up...

Jane Austen novel comes to life on stage

Jane Austen novel comes to life on stage

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter

November 18, 2019

Pop culture music filled the theater as the Pullman High School Drama Club began their performance of “Emma” a colorful pop culture story based on Jane Austen’s novel. The club performed for six showtimes at 7 p.m. on Nov. 8, 9, 15 and 16. The club also held shows at 2 p.m. on Nov. 15 and 16. Andrew...

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