The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

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...

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 Nothwest Winterfest will be open to the public at the Benton County Fairgrounds until March 20, 2022.

A stroll for the senses

JOSIE GOODRICH, Evergreen reporter March 3, 2022

The Pacific Northwest’s largest illuminated lantern display and cultural celebration is currently in the Tri-Cities for the first time in its history. The Northwest Winterfest will be held at the...

Dylan Nails founded Rainier Trading Co. in 2020 at the age of 20. The business will have a grand opening for its new location tomorrow.

Clothing company finds its niche in Colfax

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter February 10, 2022
Rainier Trading Co. offers sustainable PNW-inspired products
Junior computer science major Cora Hernandez (left) and junior digital technology and culture major Austin Wetzel create watercolor paintings at Cougs for Recovery’s weekly Art Night, Friday, Jan. 28, at the Fine Arts Center.

‘There’s something to be said about knowing you’re not alone’

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen Photographer February 3, 2022

Jennifer Madison came to WSU with only a coffee cup, a blanket and an internet connection.  She struggled with homelessness and addiction for a few years before applying to WSU. The day she applied,...

2007 graduates Aaron and Alona Horner (left) and 2006 graduate Karl Koehler (right) now share 2 children between them, Evanlee and Aiden.

WSU Love Story: ‘Full-House’ edition

ANNIE HAGER and ANNA MICHALSON February 3, 2022

When Alona Horner transferred to WSU in 2004, she was unaware of the whirlwind of Coug-filled romance that was in store.  Alona met her current husband, Aaron Horner, at a WSU Alive Orientation during...

Tawn Christians adopted Apollo after being approved for an emotional support animal and found that he helped xir through some dark parts of xir life.

The riptide we call depression

SANDI KOBIESA, Editor-in-chief September 23, 2021

When you’re in a riptide in the ocean, when you try to swim directly against it, it will pull you deeper. When you swim sideways and parallel with the current, you can escape it.  Residential...

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...

WSU has created a collaborative culture for faculty to work together to tackle challenges, which I am very grateful for,” said Sola Adesope, WSU College of Education associate dean for research and external funding.

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...

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