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

On the back wall of Grander Goods, customers can fill up containers with any quantity they need. In the center of the room, there are pump-able liquid cleaning supplies, shampoos and more.

Fill, weigh and pay the sustainable way

MIKAYLA FINNERTY, Staff Reporter and Social Media Consultant April 7, 2022

WSU Alum Avianna Hames was ready to ditch Pullman for Spokane until Pups and Cups owner CJ Robert gave her a business opportunity she could not refuse.  “So we’re like, okay, what can we bring...

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 news editor 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,...

Crystal Lewis volunteers at a vaccination clinic in Spokane, Washington. Lewis is interested in pursuing medication research or drug investigation after she completes her pharmacy degree.

Pharmacy student administers COVID vaccines

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen roots editor February 4, 2021

Although classes for WSU pharmacy students are mostly online, some students started volunteering to administer COVID-19 vaccinations in Spokane. Crystal Lewis, third-year pharmacy student, helped vaccinate...

Although staff members at the Palouse Discovery Science Center already had plans to open outdoor options, the center made it possible on a faster timeline due to COVID-19.

Exhibits offer outdoor exploration at science center

JENNA GEELAN, Evergreen reporter and columnist July 20, 2020

Although school is out for summer, children on the Palouse can still expand their curiosities about the outside world through the Palouse Discovery Science Center. The PDSC in Pullman recently opened...

Even though summer plans may have been cancelled, you can still use this time to try new things.

Ask Emma: I don’t know what to do this summer

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor May 18, 2020

Dear Emma, I had a job lined up for this summer but now I can’t work because of the COVID-19 pandemic. What should I do? Sincerely, “Bored” Dear Bored, That’s tricky, but fear...

Exercising at home is different from what some gym rats might be used to. For others, maybe quarantine is a chance to get into fitness. Regardless, here are some tips for self-directed success.

Workouts, wellness during quarantine

HAYDYN WALLENDER April 16, 2020

Friends, I know this quarantine sucks. We’ve been stuck inside our houses with limited contact to people and the outside world, and who would have thought it was going to be as hard as it is? But...

Easy DIY face mask

Easy DIY face mask

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor April 16, 2020

In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends wearing a face mask whenever social distancing may be difficult or impossible — including at the...

Mental health care stigma and resources in Pullman

Mental health care stigma and resources in Pullman

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter April 7, 2020

Though changes are occurring, many people still experience stigma connected to mental health issues and attending therapy. “We know from research that there is a stigma toward people with psychological...

Yoga and tai-chi teacher Janet Keeley-Valencia talks about her life, teaching yoga and tai-chi, and the importance of knowing your body.

Tai-chi, yoga instructor tells her story

JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen mint editor March 26, 2020

From her house in Pullman, Janet Keeney-Valenza teaches her students yoga, tai-chi and how to appreciate the body. Valenza teaches both yoga and tai-chi. She said yoga and tai-chi are not “no pain...

Roughly 18 percent of the female population suffers from migraines, said Noel Nicolai, education coordinator for Pullman Regional Hospital.

Wellness Wednesday to focus on migraines, menstruation

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor March 10, 2020

This month’s Women’s Wellness Wednesday, hosted by Pullman Regional Hospital, will focus on migraines and the menstrual cycle. Neurologist Sarita Said-Said will speak at the event, which is from...

Brianne Posey, Multicultural Student Services Liaison facilitating a workshop highlighting the historical and present day issues faced throughout the black community when communicating with physicians on Wednesday in CUB 420.

Black communities receive limited communication in healthcare settings

ANGELICA RELENTE, Evergreen editor-in-chief February 27, 2020

Visiting a healthcare physician is like getting a new ride. “When you test drive a car and you’re not really feeling it, do you say, ‘Well that’s it, I guess I’ll never drive again’? No,...

A wide variety of loose leaf herbal teas including lemon ginger are displayed on a shelf at Sam’s Apothecary at 250 E. Main Street in downtown Pullman.

Apothecary offers CBD, herbal tea, classes

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter February 4, 2020

Since 2017, Sam’s Apothecary has provided the local area with a variety of natural products. Owner Sam Brown opened Sam’s Apothecary shortly before Mom’s Weekend that year, he said.  “It...

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