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Multicultural Students Services is located on the fourth floor of the Compton Union Building. Advisors are available to students if they need help.

Multicultural Student Services here to help

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter August 19, 2021

The Multicultural Student Center at WSU came together in 1987 and has been serving students of color ever since.  Stephen Bischoff, student equity services/multicultural students services director,...

Students with questions about ASWSU can visit room 314 in the Compton Union Building.

ASWSU provides community, government involvement

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter August 19, 2021

ASWSU wants to support students' mental health as they transition back to an in-person experience. ASWSU is WSU's student government body, similar to those seen in high schools, ASWSU President Brian...

College of Education associate dean hopes to collaborate with all WSU departments in new role

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist July 21, 2021

As WSU College of Education's new associate dean for research and external funding, Sola Adesope hopes to support faculty research to tackle real-world problems. Adesope began his career at WSU as an...

The market will include vendors such as Moscow Brewing Company. There will also be volunteers from Moscow High School.

Get acquainted with old, new vendors at Tuesday Community Market at its new home

JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen mint editor July 7, 2021

Summer has started, and with less restrictive COVID-19 protocols, the Tuesday Community Market is open for locals to reconnect with and support old and new vendors in the community. The community market,...

GIESORC director Matthew Jeffries, pictured here, hosts meetings with faculty members who want to show support in their classroom or department.

“I want to make the world a better place for those that follow behind”

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter July 2, 2021

Matthew Jeffries, WSU Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center director, went to college as a first-generation student.  Initially, Jeffries said he did not know what he wanted...

Andressa Smith, Johnson & Johnson director of licensing, originally majored in food science but decided to make the change to microbiology.

WSU alum researches cancer after mom was cured of disease

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter July 2, 2021

Andressa Smith, Johnson & Johnson director of licensing, is a WSU alum working in cancer research to determine new and effective therapies. Smith said she is the person who makes the calls when...

Horticulture Club members can earn scholarships towards their tuition by participating in club activities.

Horticulture Club provides opportunities for work experience

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter June 16, 2021

WSU’s Horticulture Club was founded at the same time as the university in 1890 and has been a growing club since then.  The club meets once a week and gives students opportunities to get work experience...

Izzy Burns, pictured here, said her grandfather and mother would play music for her during her recovery period after surgery.

Moscow High School graduate’s music career takes off

VICTORIA GIOMI, Evergreen reporter June 9, 2021

A Moscow High School graduate from the class of 2021 was inspired to begin her music career after growing up with health problems.  Singer-songwriter Izzy Burns found her love for composing and...

Plant biologists Andrew McCubbin and Sian Ritchie, pictured here, moved to Pullman in 2001. They are both faculty in WSU’s School of Biological Sciences.

From Penn State to Pullman, plant biology is root for WSU professors

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter June 9, 2021

Plant biology was the factor that lured two WSU faculty members all the way from across the pond to Pullman, with a stop in between. Andrew McCubbin, associate professor in WSU's School of Biological...

Palouse Pathways includes a group of students called Palouse Pathway Scholars.

Palouse Pathways provides foundational plan for life after high school

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter June 2, 2021

Palouse Pathways is a non-profit organization established in 2013 that helps high school students prepare for life after graduation. The organization is based in Moscow, and everyone involved is a volunteer,...

Castaneda may not be pursuing a council seat at this time, but he still hopes to be involved in his community.

WSU graduate hopes to create new opportunities for hometown

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter May 26, 2021

WSU alumni Eduardo Castaneda cast his name into the running for council in Quincy, Washington, but withdrew from the race in the best interests of the town.  Castaneda said there are seven...

Lee gained the courage to pursue her passion after being diagnosed with cancer.

Intrigue owner brings unique vendors to region

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist May 26, 2021

Intrigue owner Carrie Lee fulfilled a lifelong dream of opening and operating her own store.   The store is located in Moscow, Idaho on Main Street and offers merchandise from around the world....

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