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Man released today for allegedly threatening pedestrian with firearm

Man released today for allegedly threatening pedestrian with firearm

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter

May 28, 2019

A Pullman resident facing first-degree assault charges was released from Whitman County jail today on bail. Pullman Police Cmdr. Chris Tennant said the alleged incident occurred at 2 a.m. Saturday morning. “A pedestrian was crossing in the crosswalk and a vehicle on [Grand Ave] came up and was...

WSU family attends La Bienvenida

Martin Arreola, an apple orchard manager, and his wife Luz talk about La Bienvenida during one of the event's dinners on Friday at Southside Cafe.

GABRIEL BRAVO, Evergreen reporter

May 23, 2019

Editor’s Note: All interviews were conducted in Spanish and translated into English by the reporter and the editor. Martin and Luz Arreola immigrated to Vantage, WA in the mid-1980s. Originally from Chihuahua, Mexico, the family moved to Vantage after Martin’s brother invited him to work in the o...

You Know Her: Six Pullman women tell their abortion stories

“It’s not a heartless decision at all,” Isa, 19, says about abortion. “Some people say it’s just cells — it’s still definitely a magical little being.”

MAGGIE QUINLAN and RACHEL SUN

May 23, 2019

Editor’s note: The Daily Evergreen asked sources which identifying details we could publish. As a result, Isa’s last name is not included, and some names have been changed to protect sources’ employment, relationships and safety. An asterisk identifies a source’s name has been changed. Isa, now 19, ...

Working group to update Executive Policy 15

Dr. Judi McDonald, Associate Dean of the Graduate School, says the policy changes will be presented to WSU faculty and administration for review during the 2019 fall semester.

ELAYNE RODRIGUEZ, Evergreen reporter

May 23, 2019

A WSU working group made up of students, faculty and staff will revisit Executive Policy 15 and propose it this fall to allow students and faculty to better understand the regulations of free speech. The EP 15 working group deals with sexual misconduct, discrimination and harassment, and is under...

Students’ hip-hop band fuses genres

Matthew Donald, WSU senior studying fashion and front man of local band NUU WAVE, records vocals for the band’s first EP at Kimbrough Hall Tuesday.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen reporter

May 23, 2019

Lounging in red leather chairs in Kimbrough Hall’s music studio, rapper and WSU senior Matthew Donald, and trombonist and WSU music major Gabriella Aragon listened through unedited tracks for their band’s upcoming EP. At the end of their original song “Soul Cry,” a wall of sound dropped out...

No leeway for Lees: baseball coach fired after four losing seasons

WSU let head baseball coach Marty Lees go Tuesday after a losing record the last four seasons.

KATIE ARCHER, Evergreen sports editor

May 21, 2019

WSU released Head Baseball Coach Marty Lees Tuesday afternoon, said Director of Athletics Pat Chun. Lees coached baseball for four years with an overall record of 70-172-2 and 32-83-2 record in Pac-12 play. Lees was the 15th coach in WSU history. Chun told Lees he would be making a leadership change wit...

Elementary school students to travel for tournament

Team manager and second grade teacher Sonia Bringhurst looks on as team members of Random Guess work together.

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter

May 16, 2019

A team of students from Jefferson Elementary will compete from May 22 to May 25 in the Destination Imagination Global Finals in Kansas City, Missouri.  The team, Random Guess, consists of six fifth-graders and one third-grader: Kate Armstrong, Silas Brown, Tegan Gotch, Sidney Johnson, Delaney Matthe...

Kitchen offers authentic Chinese dishes

Restaurant owner Yu Kuang and his mother Bixia Kuang discuss the history of their business May 11 at the Emerald Chinese Restaurant.

NATALIE NEWCOMB, Evergreen reporter

May 16, 2019

On the corner of Grand Ave. and Stadium Way sits the Emerald Chinese Restaurant, run by the Kuang family. Yu Kuang is the second generation owner of the restaurant and he graduated from WSU with a degree in Hospitality Business Management. The menu contains a mix of different foods from across...

Sensor will detect expired milk before opening, researchers discover

Professor of biological systems engineering Shyam Sablani discusses a new spoiled milk detector May 8 in the LJ Smith Building. These detectors will change color so that consumers can tell when the milk spoils.

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

May 16, 2019

A newly developed sensor for plastic milk gallons will be able to determine if milk is expired before the consumer opens the container. Shyam Sablani, researcher and professor in the Department of Biological Systems Engineering, said a team of researchers led by the department, the WSU and UI School...

Senior recognized for faith-inspired designs

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

May 3, 2019

For Outstanding Senior Designer in the Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textiles program Maria Wanner, her designs are inspired by her Catholic faith. She said many of her ideas come to her through prayer. “Visually, my designs are nature-inspired, but actually there are levels beneath that because...

Senior’s final swing at WSU

Senior Madison Odiorne reflects on the support system provided by WSU Athletics during her time at WSU Monday afternoon in Bohler Gym. “Everything kind of just pushed her back to being a golfer,” Odiorne’s father says.

KATIE ARCHER, Evergreen reporter

May 3, 2019

When she was about 3 years old, senior Madison Odiorne swung her first golf club, and a few years later she started competing in golf. Madison comes from a family of golfers. Her grandfather played golf at Northwest Nazarene University and her grandmother, mom, dad, aunt and uncle all play golf too. As...

Senior will continue his pursuit of research after graduation

Graduate student and GPSA Vice President David Silva reflects on his time at WSU, shares his experiences during his time here, and talks about his future plans on Tuesday afternoon in the CUB.

NEPHTALLI CALLES, Evergreen reporter

May 3, 2019

GPSA Vice President, and soon-to-be graduate, David Silva has made his mark at WSU. Graduate student Rebecca Donaway said she and Silva entered the Ph.D. program around the same time. The two taught a class together and worked on research projects. "He is an incredible teammate and is one of those...

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