The Daily Evergreen

Anticipation grows for spring game

Sophomore cornerback Derrick Langford and redshirt freshman wide receiver Rodrick Fisher compete for a pass during practice on March 21 in Martin Stadium.

JOHN SPELLMAN, Evergreen reporter

April 17, 2019

Just like a child gets excited on Christmas Day to open presents, the WSU football team is eagerly anticipating the annual Crimson and Gray spring game on Saturday, which is returning to Martin Stadium this year. “I am real excited, it’s the closest we are going to get to gameday without it actually...

Stress during finals shouldn’t be handled through food

Gorging yourself on these unhealthy foods as a way of stress management is an unnecessary trade-off of a balanced diet for some relaxation. There are many other options when taking a break from studying that won’t harm your body.

BRUCE MULMAT, Evergreen columnist

April 17, 2019

Stressing out during dead and finals week is a real problem for many students, too many decide to cope with carb-heavy foods and other tasty treats. But stress eating is a dietary detriment and can impact how well you perform on your tests, so it should be the last option for stress relief. “Going...

Art exhibit features sketches pieced together

Lynne Haagensen combines images of drawings from her travels using a copy machine.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

April 17, 2019

Lynne Haagensen, retired University of Idaho professor emeritus, used a photocopy machine to combine and enhance her sketches for her exhibit “Wondering” at the Dahmen Barn throughout the month of April. “I started using photocopy as an art-making medium and it led me lots of places and eventually...

WSU should keep fluorescent bulbs in dorms

Considering many people on the Pullman campus are under artificial lighting most of the day, so the transition to a different kind of bulb will be no small change. LEDs offer cost efficient lighting while fluorescents offer health benefits, a mix of the two is best.

DEYANIRA TOVAR, Evergreen columnist

April 17, 2019

WSU should not fill every building with LED bulbs. They should keep the fluorescent bulbs already in campus housing or find a healthier alternative. Lighting sets the scene for every event, affecting people on a psychological as well as a physiological level. Natural light is best, but most students...

U.S. Senator talks women in leadership, current politics

U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., says women pursuing a leadership role should not fear to lose a battle because perseverance is what matters in the long run, on Tuesday morning at the Chinook Student Center.

LAUREN ELLENBECKER, Evergreen reporter

April 17, 2019

U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., spoke about leadership and the current political environment at an event Tuesday hosted by the Thomas S. Foley Institute. Murray said she became involved in politics when she attended WSU as a freshman. A policy that required women to wear dresses in the dining hall...

Rollys looks for help after flood

The flood on Grand Avenue left Rollys ice cream damaged by water and mud. Community members helped to make repairs.

DYLAN GREENE, Evergreen deputy sports editor

April 16, 2019

Adrian Gayles stared through the broken window. Mud and debris covered the floor and chairs and tables were turned upside down. He couldn’t believe what he saw. “It’s just heartbreaking,” he said. The 37-year-old is the co-owner of Rollys ice cream shop on Grand Avenue along with his wife...

WSU heads to Cali for three-meet week

WSU track and Field Director Wayne Phipps talks about the team’s strengths and challenges looking forward on March 9 at Mooberry Track.

SAM GRANT, Evergreen reporter

April 16, 2019

WSU track and field will travel down to the Los Angeles area to compete in multiple invitational meets this week. The week will include three different venues including the Bryan Clay Invitational in Azusa, California, the Mount SAC Relays in Torrance, California, and the Beach Invitational hosted ...

Cougars finish in seventh after first round of Pac-12s

This is a scorecard showing the results of the first round of the Pac-12 Championships on Monday.

SIGMUND SEROKA, Evergreen reporter

April 16, 2019

WSU women's golf completed the first day of the Pac-12 Championships on Monday where they finished in seventh place with a total of 298 (+14). Leading the PAC currently is Southern California finishing with a combined 283 (-1). Leading the way for the Cougars after the first round is freshman Amy Chu who ...

Include partial WSU parking prices in tuition

Those who need to arrive daily to the Pullman campus by car are charged hundreds of dollars just to be able to park. The WSU buses are an option for some, but where they run and for how long limit their effectiveness and some students need cars just to get to school.

DEYANIRA TOVAR, Evergreen columnist

April 16, 2019

Similar to WSU's buses, WSU parking services should be partially paid for by all students, not just those who pay for a parking pass. WSU Transportation Services is entirely self-supported. Every construction project and maintenance plan are covered through assessed fees, Transportation Director John...

New training session strives to prevent opioid addiction

Students from several universities, like WSU and Eastern Washington University discuss with each other about opioid addiction and how they can prevent it.

CHERYL AARNIO, Evergreen reporter

April 16, 2019

A new two-hour seminar at WSU Spokane focuses on communication about opioids in the healthcare field. The seminar emphasizes how to recognize someone who has an opioid addiction and how to look online to find out if people have received multiple opioid prescriptions, said Marian Wilson, WSU Colleg...

Cowlitz County deputy dies in roadside shooting

The Evergreen works to provide the best information about recent crime and court updates in the Pullman area.

GEORGE ERALIL, Evergreen reporter

April 15, 2019

A Cowlitz County deputy died after he was shot Saturday night. Deputy Justin DeRosier was dispatched to investigate a disabled vehicle on Fallert Road because it was blocking a roadway, according to a press release from the Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Office. He was shot shortly after he arrived. Re...

WSU wraps up season with Pac-12 Championships

Freshman Amy Chu focuses on her tempo and breathing during an April 1 practice at WSU’s practice facility.

KATIE ARCHER, Evergreen reporter

April 14, 2019

WSU women’s golf will compete in the Pac-12 Championships Monday through Wednesday at the Palos Verdes Golf Club in Palos Verdes Estates, California. Competing for WSU will be junior Marie Lund-Hansen, senior Madison Odiorne, redshirt sophomore Emily Baumgart and freshmen Amy Chu and Darcy Habgood....

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