The Daily Evergreen

Wal-Mart voted best place to buy gifts

Store manager Niels Hansen says college students are the backbone to the store's success.

SIGMUND SEROKA, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

There are many options in the Palouse when it comes to shopping for gifts. But out of every store, Wal-Mart was selected as the best by students. Wal-Mart prefers to set themselves apart from the competition by offering a wide variety of products, from essential foods to home decor and pharmaceuticals. Wal-Mart’s...

Spokane stands out, students say

Spokane is the second-largest city in Washington, and it's only an hour-and-a-half from Pullman.

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

What is it about Spokane, Washington that won the city best weekend getaway in this year’s Students’ Choice Awards? The city of Spokane is about an hour and a half away from Pullman, and many use the city as a getaway from our small college town. “Riverfront Park is big,” said Olivia Willis,...

Water tower sunsets allow for introspection

A sunset takes over the sky above Pullman on Wednesday evening at the WSU Water Tower. Residents say viewers can see in every direction.

CARMEN JARAMILLO, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

Sunsets on the Palouse are considered by many residents to be some of the best in the world. Not every sunset is magnificent, but all Pullman residents have at one time seen a purple, pink or deep red and orange sunset that made them stop for a moment and look. When considering where to watch the...

“Best professor” as voted by students addresses financial struggles

Carrie Cuttler, assistant professor of psychology, shares her care for reducing the cost of her classes through the use of cheap or free materials on March 21 at Johnson Tower.

NAPHTALI CALLES, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

WSU psychology professor Carrie Cuttler has a passion for lecturing and supportive teaching philosophy. Cuttler was voted best professor for the 2019 Student Choice Awards by students. “My teaching philosophy is to try and be really compassionate and understanding of my students’ struggles,”...

Students, residents treasure downtown thrift store

Palouse Treasures clerk Mardi Bolick talks about her experience working there for nearly nine years on Mar. 22 at Palouse Treasures in downtown Pullman.

DAISY ZAVALA, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2019

Shelves and racks on the first and second floor of Palouse Treasures, a local thrift store, are filled with treasures reminiscent of the past, waiting to be found. Mardi Bolick, a clerk who has worked at the thrift store for about nine years, said she enjoys seeing what has been donated to the store,...

Humble beginnings inspire Frost

ASWSU President Jordan Frost speaks at the 2018 ASWSU State of the Association address on Thursday.

BLAINE ROSS, Evergreen reporter

March 5, 2018

A student leader is someone who is determined to make change on campus while being an outstanding role model. He or she is academically inclined, charismatic and informed of policy and parliamentary procedures. ASWSU President Jordan Frost goes above and beyond in demonstrating what a student leader...

Tattoo parlor offers diverse styles

Cory Salander, a junior at WSU, receives a chest tattoo from Blood Diamond Ink owner Chris Peltier.

BLAINE ROSS, Evergreen reporter

March 5, 2018

Blood Diamond Ink, a rare gem hidden among the office buildings and apartments of Pullman, is students’ favorite tattoo shop. The parlor, in its fifth year of business, resides in one of the oldest Pullman maintenance buildings. Originally an empty warehouse, it was converted by owner Chris Peltier...

Enterpeneurs love Pullman

MORGAN LESTER, Evergreen reporter

March 5, 2018

After hearing the philosophy of CJ and Quincy Robert, it is easy to see why students voted the owners of both Pups and Cups Cafe and the Cougar Entertainment Center as the best local business owners. “You’re not in small business business to make money,” Quincy said. “You’re there to provide...

SRC pool allows swimmers to track progress

RYAN BLAKE, Evergreen reporter

March 5, 2018

The Student Recreation Center offers students an opportunity for both exercise and fun with the SRC pool and spa. The SRC pool includes a five-lane, 25-yard pool and a section for leisure intended for water basketball and volleyball. The spa has a recirculating waterfall and space for up to 53 patrons....

SRC offers more than other fitness centers

AVERY COOPER, Evergreen reporter

March 5, 2018

Nick Prante, assistant director of facilities and operations, said the Student Recreation Center offers multiple ways for students to work out. “I think that the student recreation center provides unique opportunities to anyone and everyone to pursue their own fitness goals with a variety and number...

Stubbies overshadows the rest

Stubblefields bartender Devinne Schultz, voted Pullman’s best, prepares drinks for her coworkers Thursday.

CHRIS WEST, Evergreen columnist

March 5, 2018

As far as bars go — and the fine drinks imbibed in them — Stubblefields ranks among the best in Students’ Choice Awards, coming in first in several categories. As finalists in most food-related categories, they deserve some recognition. But let’s face it, you can’t drink onion rings. Well,...

AOII cultivates strong community

Vice President of Finance Elizabeth Copeland, left, talks about recent trophies AOII has won and about their solid sisterhood bond.

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen reporter

March 5, 2018

What is it about Alpha Omicron Pi that won the sorority best Greek house in this year’s Students’ Choice Awards? The members have a cool projector for movie nights in the living room and decor that would make any interior designer shed a proud tear. But it seems the number one thing, according to...

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