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Support makes it possible to lead

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER | Evergreen reporter

April 27, 2017

The name Garrett Kalt made its way around campus during ASWSU campaigning and elections, and the reputation attached to that name traveled with it. During the election season and his time here at WSU, Kalt seems to have made an impact on the student body, as his fellow Cougs voted him best student le...

A beacon of success at WSU

KAIA JOHNSON | Evergreen reporter

April 27, 2017

Out of the 95 majors WSU offers, students have voted communication as the winner of the 2017 Students Choice Award’s best degree.Named after broadcast legend and WSU alum Edward R. Murrow, a famous newscaster for CBS during World War II, the newly named College of Communication was officially launched in...

‘Dirty 230’ teaches vital information about natural instincts

GEANA JAVIER | Evergreen columnist

April 27, 2017

Once again, students have chosen Psychology 230, nicknamed “dirty 230” for its focus on human sexuality, as best course at WSU.The professor, Laurie Smith, educates students about human sexuality. In fact, her first job at WSU was a teaching assistant for Psych 230.Human sexuality touches on bio...

Master your golf game for one credit

TYLER SHUEY | Evergreen columnist

April 27, 2017

The official title of this one-credit course is dull and boring (PE ACTIV 141), but there is so much more that enrollees can get out of this class than what is on the surface.The purpose of one-credit PE classes is to keep students on track to graduate. If a student is at 15 credits for a given seme...

Adviser loves to see students succeed

SARAH OLSEN | Evergreen news editor

April 27, 2017

This year’s best WSU adviser said she came into her position as an academic and career adviser in order to help low-income, high-achieving students earn their bachelor’s degrees.Sharon Ericsson currently serves as the assistant director of the Academic Success and Career Center.“I feel like I have...

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