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Schools normally hold competitions to raise money. Due to COVID-19 there were no competitions, and the libraries are relying more on donations this year.

Whitman County Library District kicks off National Library Week with penny drive

ELIZA CALLIS, Evergreen reporter April 13, 2021

The Whitman County Rural Library System is holding a penny drive as part of National Library Week. National Library Week is April 4-10, but the Whitman County Library will run their fundraiser through...

Prenguber cannot think of a better song for WSU and he hopes

A song to inspire future WSU generations

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen Roots editor March 18, 2021

The Andy Grammer Song, "Back Home" has become synonomous with the WSU community. It has been played at football games at the end of the first quarter since 2015.  Anyone who has attended a football...

The team assisted a former WSU professor, who is in his 90's. Dean Janikowski said it was great to help out a fellow Coug through acts of service.

WSU football team cares for Pullman

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen Roots editor March 11, 2021

The WSU football team found a way to reconnect and give back to fans after volunteering to shovel snow for the elderly and people in need in the Pullman community.  Cammon Cooper, redshirt sophomore...

Katelyn Babbitt says the most exciting thing about having an Etsy shop is the customers enjoying the products.

WSU alumna opens Etsy shop to fill time during lockdown

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter March 11, 2021

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, people were left with extra time on their hands to pick up old hobbies. Katelyn Babbitt, owner of MadeByKBab Etsy shop, took on making tie-dye shirts for herself and...

Working at the CUB during the COVID-19 pandemic is more draining compared to busier semesters.

Social interaction is benefit to working on campus

ANNIE HAGER, Evergreen reporter March 9, 2021

Working on campus offers many benefits for student employees, including feeling connected to campus and the Coug community.  Compton Union Building manager Daniel Armijo said he started working...

STAGE has successfully been able to use Zoom to hold performances. They are trying to make the most of the situation.

WSU’s theater club continues to host events via Zoom

HANNAH FLORES, Evergreen reporter March 4, 2021

Students on the WSU campus have worked to create an environment where people can practice their art and love of theater in a safe manner during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Nuthouse Improv director...

Yasinitsky said he heard the saxophone on a record once and it inspired him. He first played the saxophone in his school band.

WSU professor makes record during pandemic

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter March 4, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has made most activities difficult to take part in, especially making and recording music. Gregory Yasinitsky, regents professor in the School of Music, found a way to make and...

Foley did not know many people in Greek life. She knew a few people, but knew nothing about Greek life.

Kappa Kappa Gamma’s new president has successful start to term

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter March 2, 2021

Kappa Kappa Gamma recently held elections for their new president. Because of the pandemic, only one person ran.  With everything being online now, nobody wanted to step up and run for president. Emily...

Wells became interested in space during his early high school years. He took a class in high school through the Idaho Science and Aerospace Scholars Program.

Undergraduate student proposes new solution to lunar dust

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter February 16, 2021

When Ian Wells, sophomore mechanical engineering major, interviewed to join the WSU HYPER Lab in October 2019, he did not expect to be working on a project for NASA the next summer.  Wells had an...

Zeppoz is not open due as determined by the current phase of the re-opening plan. Owner hopes Phase 3 will bring an end to the pandemic.

Local bowling alley’s name inspired by an attention seeking dog

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter February 11, 2021

Before 2000, Pullman and Moscow did not have a family-oriented bowling alley. A group of bowlers decided to change that and went on to build a new business named Zeppoz.  Zeppoz became an idea when...

Downtown Moscow Saturday Market

Vendors of the Palouse support farmers market

ANNIE HAGER, Evergreen reporter February 4, 2021

In 1976, the Moscow Farmers Market opened for the first time and since then has brought the community together with vendors from all across the Palouse region. Community event manager Amanda Argona’s...

Sophia Rassch performs a ballet

Local dance instructor to teach in-person

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter January 28, 2021

What started as a six-year-old in an orange tutu following simple ballet steps turned into a life-long passion for dance instructor Sophia Raasch. Raasch, University of Idaho senior majoring in food...

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