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The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Only about 40% of people in Asian American Pacific Islander communities are able to find a compatible bone marrow match.

Medical students hope to increase donor compatibility for Asian, Pacific Islander communities

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen reporter June 13, 2022

WSU’s Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association partnered with international bone marrow registry Be the Match, hoping to increase the number of Asian American and Pacific Islander people registered...

Employees can apply, with priority, at Rosauers other locations, but they have to wait at least six months before applying to the Pullman Rosauers.

‘Hometown proud’: Dissmore’s IGA closes after 85 years

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor June 10, 2022

As a child, Karen Larance stopped by Dissmore’s IGA every Sunday for a fresh maple bar after church.  In middle school, she and her friends walked to the store on Friday nights to buy a Diet Coke or...

Pullman Police officers clear a room during an active shooter drill Oct. 6, 2013, at the Pullman Summit Therapy & Health Services building.

Local police officers, firefighters attend active shooter response training this week

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor May 30, 2022

Local law enforcement, firefighters and Emergency Medical Services staff will practice saving lives in high-risk scenarios at an active shooter response training from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday...

Student Entertainment Board looking forward to next concert

Student Entertainment Board looking forward to next concert

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen reporter March 7, 2022

The Student Entertainment Board is preparing for their upcoming concert featuring Alexander 23 on Tuesday. Director of Concerts Sierra Horon helps choose the artists and works with them to figure out...

Junior mathematics teaching major Jordyn Smith talks about her freshman experience two years ago living in Stevens Hall, March 2.

Housing, Residence Life discusses dorm closures, plans for Southside

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor March 4, 2022

Over the past two years, low student enrollment rates and staff shortages at WSU caused Housing and Residence Life to close four residence halls, eliminating all but one single-gender dorm.  Although...

Nikolai Sublett, All-Campus Senator for ASWSU, addresses his concerns at an ASWSU senate meeting, in the CUB, March 2.

All-campus senator claims ASWSU president is guilty of occupational fraud

MOLLY WILK, Evergreen reporter March 3, 2022

All-Campus Senator Nikolai Sublett addressed the ASWSU Senate Wednesday evening to discuss representation, corruption and presentation. Sublett said after he was approached by students from Myanmar...

Tahnee Runions, volunteer for Feeding our Friends, prepares free meals for hungry residents of the Pullman community, Oak Pullman, Feb. 22

Local restaurant addresses food insecurity in the community

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor March 1, 2022

Oak on Main revived the Feeding Our Friends program Feb. 8, providing free meals for the Pullman community every Tuesday from 4-6 p.m.  Michael Byrne, co-owner of the restaurant, said he and Frank...

“All current health and safety mitigation measures will continue until further notice,” Superintendent Bob Maxwell said.

Masks optional at Pullman Public Schools after state mandate lifts

ELENA ADAIR February 25, 2022

Board members discussed mask mandates lifting and curriculum changes during a Pullman Public Schools meeting Wednesday night.  Mask Mandate Updates Superintendent Bob Maxwell said students and faculty...

WSU sophomore Milo Edwards (far right) and the rest of the TabiKat Performers at a show held in October at the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center.

Drag shows return to Moscow

NICK GIBSON, Evergreen roots editor February 4, 2022

Tabikat Productions returns this Saturday, with its first in-person drag show in roughly two years. The event serves as an anniversary, birthday party and celebration of a beloved individual in the community. Kathy...

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: This article has been updated to remove information that can not be verified at this time. As this is is an ongoing investigation, The Daily Evergreen will refer to the eyewitness by his...

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...

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