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College Cabs willing to go the distance

College Cabs Driver AlyssaMarie Link drives through the streets of Pullman on Wednesday outside the The SPARK: Academic Innovation Hub.

ELAYNE RODRIGUEZ, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

College Cabs Driver Greg Taylor hears a ring and reaches to the phone attached to the dashboard interior and answers, “College Cabs, this is Greg. How can I help you?” Taylor said it was a pickup request from a student who needed a ride back to a WSU dorm. He said College Cabs is one of only two transporta...

Local beauty parlor specializes in eco-friendliness

Chelsea Whitney, owner of Poppy Salon and Spa, talks about her business as she works on client Kristin Hansen’s hair on March 21 at Poppy Salon and Spa. The supportive atmosphere at the salon is evident to clients.

CHERYL AARNIO, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

Nicolette Glover, a hair stylist, uses the back of her hand to smooth down her customer’s hair underneath a piece of plastic wrap. She is dyeing Taylor Minshall’s hair and has a few sections of Minshall’s hair entirely wrapped with plastic wrap. Poppy Salon and Spa is a beauty parlor that offers cutting, styl...

Communication voted best degree on campus

Students have voted the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication as the best college to get your degree.

SAM GRANT, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

The students voted communication as the best degree at WSU. The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication offers three distinct and unique degrees within the field. The college is best known for its bachelor’s degree in journalism and media production but it also offers degrees in strategic communication...

Satori aims high for cannabis products, buyer experience

Manager Ronee Nemechek speaks about the type of cannabis products the store sells on Saturday at Satori. These products include flowers, edibles and concentrates.

CAMERON SHEPPARD, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

The people of Satori pride themselves on excellent customer service and providing a wide variety of cannabis products to both experienced cannabis-users and individuals who are new to the scene. Ronee Nemechek has been a manager at Satori since late summer 2016. “Business [in Pullman] has been...

Bowling enrollment spikes, earns award as best one-credit class

Bowling instructor Jacob Herriges speaks about his background in bowling and explains how he came to teach the one credit class on Wednesday at Zeppoz.

ISAAC SEMMLER, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

WSU offers numerous one-credit courses each semester that are all unique in their own way. However, the one students voted best for on-campus is bowling. Yes, that’s right. You can take bowling at WSU. It is Instructor Jacob Herriges' first semester teaching. He said he had all of his classes fill up, w...

Students choose both South Fork, Cougar Entertainment Center as go-to date spot

Students couldn't decide, so both South Fork Public House and the Cougar Entertainment Center are both great date ideas.

TY EKLUND, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

Deciding where to go on a date can sometimes be hard. Luckily, Pullman holds places that stand out to people for obvious reasons.  The “go-to date spot” of the 2019 Students' Choice Awards was so close that it drew a tie between South Fork Public House and the Cougar Entertainment Center. ...

Students recognize Murrow’s Tami Vik as best academic adviser

Tami Vik, Edward R. Murrow College of Communication academic adviser, helps students design four-year plans.

KURIA POUNDS, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

Tami Vik, academic adviser for the Murrow College of Communication, has worked as an adviser for 13 years and strives to be accessible for students. Vik was voted as the best academic adviser by WSU students and specializes in helping students make a four-year plan. Vik began her career at a different...

Jordan Frost voted as best student leader for leaving mark on WSU

Jordan Frost hopes to take the lessons he learned as student regent with him to the Issaquah School District, where he hopes to grow as a teacher.

ALEX BIVIANO, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

Jordan Frost has served WSU every day for the past six years. The former ASWSU president graduated WSU last year but has served as the student regent this year while student teaching in Spokane. Frost is well known for his progress on sexual assault prevention and mental health resources on campus....

The Coug voted most dog-friendly business

Social Media Influencer Dash Dog and his human wait for their new mug to be filled during The Coug's seasonal Mug Initiation. Dash Dog is assumed to be the first dog initiated into the exclusive club since it started in the early 1980s.

KATIE ARCHER, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

The Cougar Cottage, known locally as The Coug, won favorite dog-friendly business in the 2019 Students' Choice Awards. Social Media Manager Lance Lijewski, 24, has worked in different roles at The Coug for three years and is a WSU alumnus. From his understanding, The Coug has always been a dog-fr...

Crimson Cube holds best Pacific Northwest art on campus

With so many interesting pieces of art on campus, put them online so students can still view them.

MILA WIDMAYER, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

The recently completed Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art is the best place to, well, look at art. Winning this year’s Students’ Choice Award for best art on campus, there’s a reason why this building has got it going on. “This building always relaxes me when I’m super stressed about school,”...

Intramural soccer provides accommodating experience for all

Students compete in a coed intramural soccer match on Apr. 23, 2017 at Rogers Field.

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

If anyone knows WSU intramural soccer, it’s sophomore animal science major Avery Lane. Lane has played intramural soccer during her two years at WSU, including in both the spring and fall outdoor leagues. She said the team rotates positions based on what is needed, but she prefers midfielder or forwa...

Tattoo parlor strives for creativity, welcoming environment

Dan Garceau, who has worked as a tattoo artist for 3 years at Blood Diamond Ink, explains why he loves working there on Saturday at Blood Diamond Ink. “I saw an opportunity to pursue art,” he says.

SANDY VO, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

A tattoo artist at Blood Diamond Ink describes the parlor's environment as a social place that feels like a bar — without the alcohol and the idiocy. “That’s what it should feel like in a tattoo place,” Dan Garceau said. Garceau said he has been working at the tattoo shop for three-and-...

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