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Best Recover Food

Braden Johnson | Evergreen reporter

April 18, 2016

In Pullman, some traditions never change. The allure of returning to WSU is fueled by rekindling experiences from past decades with the knowledge that they will for the most part remain the same as they have always been. Such is the motto of service for "Cougar Country Drive-In" and is perhaps ...

Students profess, this prof is best.

Students profess, this prof is best.

From staff reports

April 18, 2016

Andrew O’Fallon, a professor of software engineering at WSU and winner of best professor for the 2016 Student Choice Awards, tries to think of creative ways to get students out of their selves and involved in the class.He asks students to get up in front of their peers and try to solve a question usi...

Best volunteer opportunity

Best volunteer opportunity

From staff reports

April 18, 2016

{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="0af3b992-0514-11e6-82fb-3f0b44c9b34e"}}Allison Breaker, animal care attendant and adoption counselor, calls the Whitman County Humane Society (WCHS) one of the best places to help the community.“Every animal has someone willing to adopt them,” Breaker said.Many WS...

First-place Fries

From staff reports

April 18, 2016

South Fork did it again — the local restaurant won best fries in the competition between Cougar Country, The Coug and Valhalla.The “best fry” is unique to each individual, but WSU has pushed the shoestring fry to the top. The front of house manager at South Fork, Shanna Taylor, said South Fork...

Best Lunch Spot

Ryan Siefkes | Evergreen reporter

April 18, 2016

There is not a bar or restaurant in Pullman that has more tradition than The Coug. The Coug opened in 1932, and has had a major presence on Colorado St ever since. Generations of Cougars come back, searching through the thousands of names to find theirs, while grabbing a beer and perhaps some food. It is...

Best Barista

Corinna Thornton | Evergreen reporter

April 18, 2016

Coffee is something college students take very seriously. It is what gets us up every morning to go to that 8 a.m. class when we could be sleeping in, and what sustains us during the grueling evil that is finals week.Tyson Feasel, owner of Café Moro, seems to have brewing coffee seeped into his bon...

Silver and Cougar Gold

From staff reports

April 18, 2016

When it comes to Cougar Gold cheese, WSU students like to take it back to basics and stick with Cougar Gold Original, the flavor selected as Best Cougar Gold Cheese category of the Students Choice Awards.Cougar Gold is sold all over, but most famously right here on campus at Ferdinand’s Ice Cream Shop.“It’s a world-ren...

Home sweet hall

Home sweet hall

From staff reports

April 18, 2016

{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="4e2ae22c-0513-11e6-966d-af7b0d1ce589"}}The residents of Scott/Coman understand the importance of scholarship and community.The co-ed residence hall houses about 300 students who have the opportunity to follow the Scott/Coman Scholars Code.“The Scholars Code helps bu...

The best date spot in Pullman: Cougar Entertainment Center

The best date spot in Pullman: Cougar Entertainment Center

Jennifer Ladwig | Evergreen columnist

April 18, 2016

Games and I don’t mix. A long time ago, when I was little, I remember enjoying Chutes and Ladders and Trouble, but I have had a distaste for that form of competition for a while.Most of my friends know about this part of me, including my fellow editors at The Daily Evergreen. And so, when laser ta...

Best Slice

Jamie Jones | Evergreen reporter

April 18, 2016

Great pizza, surrounded by a warm and welcoming atmosphere, can be found at Porchlight Pizza. The business is keeping its flame lit as it was voted Best Pizza by students at WSU for the Students Choice Awards for the second year in a row.Porchlight prides itself on customer relationships with a friend...

Breakfast of champions

Darold Lee Bivens | Evergreen reporter

April 18, 2016

The Old European has been crafting traditional European food since 1989 when Francie Parker opened the shop up for business, said manager Channing Benson.Upon walking into the humble insides of the restaurant, one is greeted by warm and welcoming smiles and treated as if the employees have known them for ...

Sweet nectar of life: Daily Grind sweeps coffee categories

Casie Moe | Evergreen reporter

April 18, 2016

Coffee in the morning has become an expected smell to start any college student’s day and WSU has chosen the spot for their cup: the Daily Grind.Whether from one of their three drive-thru locations or at the local café in Pullman, the Daily Grind was voted by the Cougars to be the best coffee in town....

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