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Survivors deserve to be heard

Survivors deserve to be heard

KRISTIN BULZOMI, Evergreen columnist

October 4, 2018

Sexual assault allegations deserve an investigation before they are immediately discounted. If the recent increase in allegations has shown anything, it is that they deserve to be heard. Sexual assault and harassment are so pervasive that no survivor is alone in their experience or trauma. I thought...

Still perfect, still looking for more

Still perfect, still looking for more

JOHN SPELLMAN, Evergreen reporter

October 4, 2018

No. 7 WSU soccer had to be nothing short of great to remain undefeated. It will need to maintain that Thursday on the road against No. 20 University of Colorado to keep the perfect start alive. “We had two great wins this past weekend against the Oregon schools,” Head Coach Todd Shulenberger said....

WSU students reshaping High Street Mall

WSU students reshaping High Street Mall

MORGAN LESTER, Evergreen reporter

October 4, 2018

A landscape architecture project designed to bring together the Pullman community is currently being constructed by WSU landscape architecture students with the guidance of their instructor and members of the city government. Jolie Kaytes, WSU professor of landscape architecture, and her students...

Senate talks discrimination, pedestrian safety

Senate talks discrimination, pedestrian safety

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter

October 4, 2018

ASWSU members and student government officials discussed topics including Executive Policy 15, emergency messaging and pedestrian safety at Wednesday night’s meeting. Message from the dean of students WSU is in search of a new dean of students as Kathy MacKay prepares to step down from the po...

Card readings can provide context, comfort

Card readings can provide context, comfort

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen reporter

October 3, 2018

For some people, the word “tarot” can conjure up images of witchy women, crystal balls or demonic power. But tarot readers on the Palouse are far from Satanic. They just want to help. “I get a lot of people thinking tarot is the same as a Ouija board, or they’re like ‘Aren’t you talking...

Being a patriot doesn’t make you a nationalist

Being a patriot doesn’t make you a nationalist

KENDRICK RICHARDSON, Evergreen columnist

October 3, 2018

When someone makes the claim that Western culture is superior it often resonates in one of two ways. Many individuals may hear a strong tone of nationalism. Others might just see it as a normal patriotic statement, and I would agree with the latter. Nowadays, many consider nationalism to be synonymous...

Staying classy on a budget: Gettin’ saucy

Staying classy on a budget: Gettin’ saucy

LUKE HOLLISTER, Evergreen columnist

October 3, 2018

Sharing a good tomato sauce is the best way to make up after a fight or show how much you care for someone. You have to be thoughtful when making the sauce. It takes time and love. To get the most depth in your flavor, buy your tomatoes at your local farmers market. You are looking for the largest, most...

Indigenous Peoples’ Day, bus changes announced

Indigenous Peoples’ Day, bus changes announced

KLYLE MOEN, Evergreen reporter

October 2, 2018

Pullman City Council met to introduce a date for Indigenous Peoples’ Day and to discuss changes to bus routes on Tuesday. Councilmember Brandon Chapman brought up the idea of Pullman having an Indigenous Peoples’ Day at the previous city council meeting. Chapman said he and some of his indigenous...

Good immigration policies require research

Good immigration policies require research

SAAD NABIL ALI, Evergreen columnist

October 2, 2018

Changing laws that separate undocumented families at the U.S. border can only begin by properly identifying how those laws came to be. During an event at the Foley Institute on Sept. 17, Lisa Brown, Democratic candidate for Washington’s 5th Congressional District, suggested the separation of children...

Grant recipients to study produce, bee pollination

Grant recipients to study produce, bee pollination

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter

October 2, 2018

The USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant Program awarded a total of $4.6 million to research nurseries, fruits and vegetables, with approximately half of the funds going to WSU researchers. The Washington State Department of Agriculture receives funds from the USDA, which then are distributed in a competitive...

Evergreen Athlete of the Week: Easop Winston Jr.

Evergreen Athlete of the Week: Easop Winston Jr.

SHAWN P. O'CONNOR, Evergreen columnist

October 2, 2018

The Cougs were in trouble. Trailing by three points with less than five minutes to go, WSU had the ball on their own 11-yard line. That’s when the magic happened. Graduate transfer quarterback Gardner Minshew II dropped a pass right in the breadbasket to redshirt junior receiver Easop Winston Jr.,...

WSU researchers work to reduce water usage

WSU researchers work to reduce water usage

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter

October 1, 2018

Scientists and researchers from WSU and six other universities are working on a project to improve water usage in the state. The $5 million project, spearheaded by the state’s Water Research Center (WRC) is funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, said Jonathan Yoder, director of Washington’s...

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