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WSU to test cougar reportedly responsible for attack

WSU to test cougar reportedly responsible for attack

IAN SMAY, Evergreen news editor

May 23, 2018


Filed under News, Research, Showcase, WSU Pullman campus

WSU will run tests on a cougar believed to be responsible for an attack that left one dead and another wounded outside of Snoqualmie on May 19. Issac Sederbaum, a 31-year-old from Seattle, called 911 saying he and 32-year-old S.J. Brooks of Seattle had been attacked by a cougar approximately nine miles of No...

WSU research another victim to political bias

WSU research another victim to political bias

EDITORIAL BOARD, The Daily Evergreen

May 23, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion, Showcase

WSU has once again found itself in the line of fire regarding its lack of neutrality and bias toward scientific research conducted on campus. It is the goal of science to help us understand the world around us, but it is also the job of science to be removed from any influence on behalf of this goal....

Cougars close out regular season at home

Cougars close out regular season at home

RYAN BLAKE, Evergreen reporter

May 23, 2018


Filed under Men's, Showcase, Sports

Nine seniors will step on Bailey-Brayton Field for the final time when WSU baseball hosts University of Utah for a three-game series starting Thursday. The teams will battle for last place in the conference standings this weekend with WSU (15-31-1) holding a game and a half lead over the Utes for...

Cougars hit road for final time this season

Cougars hit road for final time this season

RYAN BLAKE, Evergreen reporter

May 18, 2018


Filed under Men's, Showcase, Sports

WSU baseball will travel to California to face No. 3 Stanford University in its last road series of the season. The Cougars (15-28-1) lost to Gonzaga University 3-2 in a 13-inning game Tuesday after dropping two of three to University of Southern California over the weekend. Head Coach Marty Lees...

Students should take responsibility

Students should take responsibility

EDITORIAL BOARD, The Daily Evergreen

May 16, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion, Showcase

Though Granite Point has recently re-opened after a major clean-up of trash and defacing of the cliffs, we have to remember that this is not the first time a major natural area has fallen victim to the carelessness of students and residents. Kamiak Butte was shut down due to an illegal campfire sparking...

Yoga class provides love to cats looking for home

Yoga class provides love to cats looking for home

RYAN BLAKE, Evergreen reporter

May 16, 2018


Filed under Community, Involvement, Life, Showcase

Sanctuary Yoga in Pullman will host Cats to the Mat on Sunday. It will feature a mix of restorative yoga, a style focusing on relaxation, and yin yoga, which emphasizes deeper stretching. Both styles incorporate basic movements and postures suitable for beginners. Class instructor Andrea Perkins said...

Hand-crafted, Palouse grown family business

Hand-crafted, Palouse grown family business

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

May 16, 2018


Filed under Community, Features, Involvement, Life, Showcase

More and more people are moving away from mass-produced goods and toward hand-crafted wares made in their local communities. On the Palouse there are many small businesses that provide these handmade products to consumers who are wanting to shake the hand of the person who made it rather than buy...

Leaders focus on academics, university fees

Leaders focus on academics, university fees

IAN SMAY, Evergreen news editor

May 16, 2018


Filed under ASWSU, News, Showcase, WSU Pullman campus

ASWSU President Savannah Rogers and ASWSU Vice President Tyler Parchem announced a 100-day plan last week, outlining 10 goals for their administration to accomplish as they begin their time in office. Goal number three calls for the creation of a fiscal health plan in regards to student fees. This,...

Zags top Cougs in extra innings

Zags top Cougs in extra innings

RYAN BLAKE, Evergreen reporter

May 16, 2018


Filed under Men's, Showcase, Sports

Gonzaga University took a 3-2 lead on a balk in the 13th inning to edge out WSU baseball Tuesday at Bailey-Brayton Field. Locked in a 2-2 game after 12 innings, the Bulldogs (27-21) got a runner on third base after a hit by pitch, sacrifice bunt and a wild pitch by the Cougars (15-28-1). The hom...

Rowing earns at-large bid to NCAA Championships

Rowing earns at-large bid to NCAA Championships

DYLAN GREENE, Evergreen Editor-in-Chief

May 15, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Women's

No. 15 WSU rowing has been selected to compete in the NCAA Championships, the NCAA announced today. The Cougars earned an at-large bid to the championships after finishing fifth at the Pac-12 Championships on Sunday. Twenty-two teams were selected to the team championships with 11 conferences being...

Army Corps reopens Granite Point after cleanup efforts

Army Corps reopens Granite Point after cleanup efforts

IAN SMAY, Evergreen news editor

May 13, 2018


Filed under Local, News, Safety, Showcase

The Walla Walla District of the United States Army Corp of Engineers opened Granite Point, also known as the cliffs, following cleaning last week. The Corps decided to close the area on May 2 after heavy partying on April 27 left hundreds of pounds of trash on the popular party destination, according ...

Pullman Transit plans route restructuring for fall

Pullman Transit plans route restructuring for fall

IAN SMAY, Evergreen news editor

May 9, 2018


Filed under Local, News, Pullman Community, Showcase

The Pullman City Council approved a transit overhaul to take effect in August in an effort to reduce wait times and improve route efficiency. The council approved the overhaul unanimously at a meeting May 2. “The next steps will be to implement the changes,”City Supervisor Adam Lincoln said....

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