The Daily Evergreen

CC | Best auto shop

MARCUS STEPHEN COX, Evergreen reporter March 5, 2018

WAITING ON VERIFICATION OF OPENING DATE Evergreen Tire has been a staple of the Pullman community since 1972, when Chuck Chambers originally owned the shop. For the past five years, the shop has been...

How to judge the best bathroom

What elements, besides proximity, do you take into account when deciding which public bathroom you are going to use?If your superhero power is smell, you are likely not a fan of most bathrooms in football...

Students give Ferdinand’s a Cougar gold

Strong school spirit and a family feel are key aspects of what it means to be a Coug. Ferdinand's reflects this essence not only by benefiting the agriculture department with proceeds, but also in that...

Stubblefields steals the show

At this bar, people can drink, dance and even hold Madden tournaments.Stubblefields won the Students Choice Awards for best beer (cheap and craft), best date spot, best wine, best 21st birthday celebration,...

Cougar Country offers deals on its

Cougar Country’s burgers taste like nostalgia

Onions, mayo, lettuce, and a quarter-pounder beef patty along with Cougar Country’s “special sauce,” are the main ingredients for the cherished Cougar Country burgers that students chose as the best...

South Fork Public House garnishes their fries with

South Fork takes pride in their shoestring fries

When it comes to the best place to get your French-fry fix, WSU students chose South Fork Public House as the ultimate destination for fries in Pullman.South Fork, owned by Pullman locals Jim Harbour and...

Porch Light uses a 700-degree oven to cook its pizza.

Porch Light pleases with specialty artisan pizzas

Porch Light Pizza, an award-winning restaurant known for its fast-fired thin-crust artisan pizza, is the students’ favorite pizza place for the third year in a row.“It’s incredible that we’ve gotten...

The College Republicans built an imitation border wall on the Glenn Terrell Friendship Mall on Oct. 19.

College Republicans seek to spark debate

DAN DOUCET, Evergreen opinion editor April 28, 2017

The WSU College Republicans put on a variety of events this school year, covering some of today’s most controversial political issues and creating debate among students. James Allsup, the College...

Zumba: the key to lively workouts

Many of us dread the cold and lonely gym with unwelcoming machines that do not exactly inspire us to stay active in our everyday lives. Enter Zumba – a fun dance-based workout that features upbeat music...

Students play in an intramural soccer match on April 23 in Martin Stadium.

An accessible sport for all

With simple rules and an easy-to-understand goal, soccer is a sport that welcomes all types of people. These traits and many others make soccer the most popular option for prospective intramural athletes.Dana...

Café Moro baristas are adored by their ‘crushtomers’

Tyson Feasel, the owner of Café Moro since 2011 spends most days mastering his coffee skills and getting to know customers.“Everyone gets along, I think it’s pretty relaxed,” Feasel said. “It’s...

Fraternity values service, academics

Jack Sparks, a sophomore chemical engineering student and president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, said his favorite part about being a member of SAE is the social atmosphere and brotherhood he has with his fellow...

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