The Daily Evergreen

Tennis sweeps No. 8 seed Colorado in first round

Senior Tiffany Mylonas serves during the match against USC on April 14 in Hollingbery Fieldhouse.

TY EKLUND, Evergreen reporter

April 24, 2019

No. 9 seed WSU tennis swept No. 8 seed Colorado 4-0 in the first round of the Pac-12 Championships on Wednesday.  The Cougars now advance to face No. 1 seed Stanford, the No. 4 team nationally, on Thursday. WSU (19-9, 4-7) got revenge on the Buffaloes (10-14, 3-8) after falling to them 4-3 in...

Zags even season series with Cougs

Freshman catcher Bradley Polinsky swings his bat during the game against Oregon on Apr. 12 at Bailey-Brayton Field.

ISAAC SEMMLER, Evergreen reporter

April 24, 2019

Gonzaga got revenge on WSU baseball on Tuesday night in Spokane as they evened the season series 1-1 after defeating them 8-5. The game was tied 5-5 heading into the bottom of the sixth inning, but the Bulldogs (20-17) scored three runs and held off a ninth inning effort by the Cougars (8-28-1) to secu...

Environmental groups to host biennial sustainability fair

Trevor Alkire, former president of the WSU Environmental Sustainability Alliance, shares details on the different components of the fair Friday at the Chinook Student Center.

CODY SCHOELER, Evergreen reporter

April 22, 2019

Environmentally focused organizations are hosting the fifth, biennial WSU Sustainability Fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday in the CUB Senior Ballroom. The expo-style fair will now include a new awards ceremony. Jason Sampson, assistant director of WSU’s Environmental Health and Safety department...

Business college to have new program requirements

Thomas Tripp, Carson College of Business senior associate dean for academic affairs, said WSU faculty members are getting training to get familiar with the online testing tools provided.

ELAYNE RODRIGUEZ, Evergreen reporter

April 22, 2019

WSU’s Carson College of Business will have new program requirements for incoming freshmen this fall. Thomas Tripp, WSU Vancouver senior associate dean for academic affairs, said there will be changes in the Next Carson Coug business curriculum and co-curriculum program, such as moving certification...

Cougs blow five run lead in ninth inning, tie USC in series finale

Then-junior left-handed pitcher AJ Block throws a pitch during the game against Stanford on March 30 at Bailey-Brayton Field.

SAM GRANT, Evergreen reporter

April 20, 2019

WSU baseball managed to slide by with a 10-10 tie against USC in Los Angeles on Saturday in the finale of a three-game series. The game was called after the 12th inning due to NCAA travel curfew rules which requires adequate time for student-athletes to catch a flight home and be prepared to go to...

Cougar tennis looks to knock off rival No. 13 UW

Sophomore Michaela Bayerlova watches the ball approach her racket April 12 at Hollingbery Fieldhouse.

TY EKLUND, Evergreen reporter

April 19, 2019

No. 35 WSU tennis will host rival No. 13 UW on Saturday at Hollingbery Fieldhouse. The highly anticipated matchup will be the last contest of the regular season for both teams before they compete in the Pac-12 Championships on Wednesday in Ojai, California. The all-time record between these two...

Music instructor couple balance careers, family

“We are both stubborn people,” Denise Snider, instructor of music and undergraduate adviser says about her and her husband. “That’s the quality it takes — no one is quitting.”

ZACH GOFF, Evergreen reporter

April 19, 2019

Denise and Dave Snider came together through music. They’ve been married for 33 years, and now their mutual passion has placed them in the same WSU department. “We’ve had a great time together actually. We’ve loved almost every minute of it,” said Denise, adviser and instructor for the school...

Senior finds passion for rowing at WSU

Senior rower Madeleine Bingham discusses becoming a rowing athlete after being a three-sport athlete in high school Monday in Bohler Gym.

KATIE ARCHER, Evergreen reporter

April 18, 2019

Madeleine Bingham is following in her family’s footsteps and leaving her own mark at WSU after being raised a Cougar. The senior rower is a third-generation Cougar. Her grandparents and uncle on her mom’s side graduated from WSU as did both of her parents. Bingham said her decision to attend...

WSU students face off in first-ever culinary showcase

Members from one Northside Dining Hall team prepare food during the Campus Cookoff on Wednesday in Northside Dining Hall. The event was a competition between two Northside Dining Hall teams and one from Southside.

GEORGE ERALIL, Evergreen reporter

April 18, 2019

Crack, clatter, pop, spill and wafts of aromatic smells filled Northside Café when the whistle blew on the first-ever Campus Cook Off at the Cougar Den last night. The cook-off featured student employees from WSU Dining Services who worked in teams of three. A total of three teams – two from Northside...

Rowing competes in South Carolina starting Friday

WSU’s varsity four earned second place behind Oregon State March 24 on the Snake River. WSU’s final time was 7:35.74. The Cougars will travel to South Carolina to compete in the Clemson Invitational starting Friday.

LEXI MCGONEGLE, Evergreen reporter

April 18, 2019

WSU rowing will continue its spring season at the Clemson Invitational on Lake Hartwell Friday and Saturday in Clemson, South Carolina. This will be the Cougars’ second spring competition away from home after the San Diego Crew Classic where the second varsity four took home the gold with a time...

Cougs look to extend one-game win streak

Junior infielder Dillon Plew crouches at first base as he watches the pitch during the game against Stanford on April 13 at Bailey-Brayton Field.

KURIA POUNDS, Evergreen reporter

April 18, 2019

WSU will start off its road trip with a stop in southern California to face USC in a three-game series starting Thursday. The Cougars (8-25, 1-11) are coming off their first conference win against Oregon, Sunday at Bailey-Brayton during Mom’s Weekend. Coming off a five-game losing streak with...

WSU, Pullman needs to reform recycling system

The inefficient way material is recycled in Pullman affects every resident, costing them more for a method that produces more waste. By transitioning to a system that better divides recyclables, the price of recycling could be made into a financial return.

ADAM CARLSON, Evergreen columnist

April 18, 2019

The commingled method of recycling in use by both Pullman and WSU increases costs to all parties, so the city needs to prioritize a single-stream system needed for more effective, cheaper recycling. Though a commingled system once saved money, China’s recycling ban has since turned it into a deficit....

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