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The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Former Evergreen editor Cheryl Aarnio enjoys hiking and listening to podcasts like “The Daily” in her free time.

Former Evergreen editor says farewell to newspaper, WSU

CALLIE GERBER December 9, 2021

Former Evergreen editor Cheryl Aarnio may describe herself as odd — but she is grounded by her desire to achieve great things, whether that’s in her schoolwork or as an editor. Aarnio is graduating...

Miranda Kling switched her STEM major several times, before finally landing on microbiology.

‘There are so many things we can’t see’ — resilient microbiology researcher in the making

TRINITY WILLSEY, Evergreen reporter December 9, 2021

Miranda Kling took her first biology class in freshman year while at Big Bend Community College in Moses Lake, Washington. She immediately became interested in biology.  “There are so many things...

Sean Doster, former ASWSU vice president, graduates this semester with degrees in public relations and risk and crisis communication.

Former ASWSU vice president looks forward to communication career

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen reporter December 9, 2021

WSU senior Sean Doster knew he wanted to study communications and be involved in public policy pretty early on in his life. “I kinda knew I wanted to do communication from the get-go because I’d...

Guadamuz wows the audience with their voice during their senior recital performance.

Anya Guadamuz flourishes in senior recital performance 

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist December 9, 2021

The Bryan Hall Theatre filled with people for the senior recital of Anya Guadamuz, the fulfillment of a requirement for the completion of a bachelor’s of music in vocal performance, but also one of the...

Managing editor Sandi Kobiesa is planning for spring 2022 as editor-in-chief and hopes to share her love of the Evergreen with everyone.

Letter from the editor: Tarot cards guided me to this family

SANDI KOBIESA, Editor-in-chief December 9, 2021

I am always finding passion in the most random things: plants, cats, tarot cards and so many others. One passion that is not necessarily random is reporting. I find myself loving every aspect of my job...

Being the mint section editor has brought many opportunities to learn and grow as a writer and leader.

Letter from the editor: Leaving minty fresh

SHEILA JOHNSON December 9, 2021

As my time as mint editor comes to an end, I am thankful for the time I spent serving in this role. I have learned much about myself, about others and about the life of the newsroom. Here are my five biggest...

How much does the average Evergreener work each week? More than you might expect, writes Evergreen news editor, Emma Ledbetter. And that is on top of classes and other extracurriculars.

Letter from the editor: The face of commitment, passion

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor December 9, 2021

Dear Readers, As this long, COVID-y semester draws to a close, I want to draw attention to a few things you might be in the dark about. I have done my best to be transparent with how we run the Evergreen,...

My coworkers have made this experience the best. I cannot wait for next semester.

Leditor: In my opinion, it was pretty alright

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen opinion editor December 9, 2021

A lot of times, columnists feel like they are shouting into the void. “Greek Life has to be more inclusive!” “Students need better care from Cougar Health Services!” “International students need...

Grad letter: I would be lying if I said leaving here wasn’t going to hurt

Grad letter: ‘I would be lying if I said leaving here wasn’t going to hurt’

OLIVER MCKENNA, Evergreen Web Editor, Photojournalist April 28, 2021

I’ll admit it: I have tried writing and rewriting this letter many times this semester, but I always feel like what I write doesn’t do justice to my experience here at the Evergreen. I’ve been on...

Deputy photo editor Olivia Wolf found a second family in The Daily Evergreen.

Grad letter: ‘This paper has been a safe haven, a home away from home’

OLIVIA WOLF, Photojournalist April 28, 2021

Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. As I graduate in a little over a week, my time at The Daily Evergreen will come to a close. When I first came to WSU, I was incredibly shy, quiet,...

WSU senior Alana Lackner started working for The Daily Evergreen after attending the newspaper’s open house event.

Grad letter: ‘I’m proud to be graduating an Evergreener’

ALANA LACKNER, Evergreen managing editor April 28, 2021

Spring semester of my freshman year was rough. I was living in a dorm with a roommate I didn’t get along with, going to classes I didn’t like and spending all of my free time watching TV I didn’t...

Madysen McLain, Evergreen social media and engagement editor, would like to thank the student newspaper staff and her family for supporting her ideas — no matter how far-fetched they may seem.

Grad letter: Saying goodbye doesn’t mean leaving forever

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen roots editor April 28, 2021

As the tassels turn on May 8, I will be considered a WSU alumna. I will virtually say goodbye to friends at The Daily Evergreen and peers from other WSU organizations I have been involved in. My love...

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