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Shots were fired early Saturday morning near the 1200 block of NE Myrtle Street.

Eyewitness shares first-hand perspective of College Hill shooting

NICK GIBSON, Evergreen roots editor September 25, 2021

Editor's note: As this is is an ongoing investigation, The Daily Evergreen will refer to the eyewitness by his first name only at his request. A gathering of a few friends who grew up together ended...

WSU students have recently been noticing strange occurences on Zoom. What started out as innocuous Zoom glitches and creations of tired minds seems to have sinister undertones.

OPINION: Satire: Are WSU professors hiding a big secret?

GRACE LAPIERRE April 1, 2021

Reports of strange occurrences on campus have been circulating through all major social media sites, whispers of something sinister stirring behind the scenes. These posts, mysteriously deleted shortly...

Who wouldnt love the handsome mariachi man on the Tapatio bottle?

OPINION: Satire: My strange addiction to Tapatio

DIANA RIOS April 1, 2021

While some “strange addictions” consist of chalk, sand or even the cotton candy from your attic, Tamira Tapatia’s strange addiction is edible but relatively painful for the tastebuds. Tapatia is...

Edmund is trading in The North Face rain jacket for a Cougar Football jersey.

OPINION: Satire: The new saga, Vampires in Pullman 

PORTIA SIMMONS April 1, 2021

Pullman recently welcomed the Callum family to the area. Although this might seem like insignificant information, there is more than what meets the eye when it comes to the Callums. Through an in-depth...

Joel Bervell, second year medical student and Medical Student Council President uses platforms on social media to spread awareness of racial bias in medicine.

OPINION: Racial bias has no place in medicine

DIANA RIOS March 11, 2021

A place that is synonymous with healing is not usually a forefront for scrutiny when thinking of racial inequality if you aren’t a person who has to deal with racism in the first place. Many times, racial...

Whitman County confirms one death, 117 new COVID-19 cases

Whitman County confirms one death, 117 new COVID-19 cases

ABBY DAVIS, Evergreen copy chief January 9, 2021

One male aged 60-79 years recently died from COVID-19, which brings the county’s total number of deaths to 23. From Jan. 1-8, 117 individuals tested positive for COVID-19, raising Whitman County’s...

Travell Harris, Redshirt junior wide receiver, stumbles after being tripped, continuing his rush for a gain of yards during the game against Oregon on Nov. 14 at Martin Stadium.

Cougs head to California redwoods

CODY SCHOELER, Evergreen reporter November 19, 2020

The WSU Cougars (1-1) will go on the road to play the Stanford Cardinal (0-2) at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto, California. Both teams look to rebound after tough losses last...

True freshman quarterback Jayden de Laura diving into the endzone to extend the lead to 21-7.

Cougs take down Beavs

CODY SCHOELER, Evergreen reporter November 8, 2020

The WSU Cougars beat the Oregon State Beavers 38-31 on Saturday in Reser Stadium at Corvallis, Oregon. WSU (1-0) head coach Nick Rolovich won his debut game as the first-year coach and said the team's...

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Submissions open for Honoring Indigenous Womxn event

JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen mint editor October 1, 2020

For the past three years, the Women*s Center and Native American Programs have held the Honoring Indigenous Womxn event as a way to celebrate native women and focus on indigenous voices. This year, they...

Smoke rises from a wildfire outside of Rosalia. This was one of multiple fires that started Monday around the Palouse.

Officials urge residents to practice fire safety

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter September 8, 2020

As wildfire season continues, officials urge residents to practice fire safety by fully extinguishing recreational fires, having an evacuation plan and wearing masks in smoky areas. The wildfire season...

Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins hopes the Black Lives Summit will help determine what the department needs to work on.

Police committee to host open forum discussing policies, community concerns

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen editor-in-chief August 28, 2020

The Pullman Police Advisory Committee is organizing a Black Lives Summit in November allowing the community to voice its concerns to the Pullman Police Department. Pullman PD will communicate what its...

Scott Harper, WSU assistant professor of virology, examines diseased cherries, which can be small and bitter.

WSU tree researchers attempt to prevent Little Cherry Disease

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen deputy news editor August 28, 2020

WSU scientists and cherry growers are finding new ways to prevent Little Cherry Disease, an infection that spreads between trees and can significantly decrease fruit yield.  When a tree growing fruit...

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