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SATIRE: Houston vs. WSU Beginner’s Guide to Gambling

SATIRE: Houston vs. WSU  Beginner’s Guide to Gambling

CODY SCHOELER, Evergreen columnist

September 13, 2019

As Method Man of the Wu-Tang Clan once said: “Cash rules everything around me. CREAM, get the money. Dollar dollar bill y’all.” That idea still rings true to this day and everybody knows the best way to make money is sports prop bets. “Things like the spread and the over/under are just...

Businesses recover from flood

Businesses recover from flood

CAMERON SHEPPARD, Evergreen reporter

September 13, 2019

Stores in downtown Pullman are cleaning up and returning to business as usual following the flooding that occurred Tuesday. Water levels at the intersection of Main Street and Southeast Pine Street were nearly knee-high during the peak of the flooding Tuesday afternoon. Mercedes Enciso, assistant...

OPINION: Tech consumers need more attention on privacy

OPINION: Tech consumers need more attention on privacy

JACOB HERSH, Evergreen columnist

September 13, 2019

Privacy in the 21st century is dead. That phrase provokes a range of emotions among Americans, from nihilism to disbelief to optimism. Regardless of your gut reaction, the value we have come to know and love is an outdated concept. It has been for some time because of one factor: technology. The...

Former students to build homes across Latin America

Former students to build homes across Latin America

CHERYL AARNIO, Evergreen reporter

September 13, 2019

Two WSU graduates will build houses in Mexico for people who live in unsafe housing. Sean Anderson and Tobias Jimenez have master’s degrees in architecture and believe architecture can provide for people, Jimenez said. They are aiming to help those that live in informal settlements, which are...

Potential head lice outbreak leads to public health notice

Potential head lice outbreak leads to public health notice

JAKOB THORINGTON, Evergreen reporter

September 13, 2019

Cougar Health Services has issued a university notice on head lice. Gene Patterson, WSU pest control manager, said students should consider treatment if they have shared a bed with someone who has lice, shared hair attire like hats or ribbons, been in close contact with a person with lice or have...

Co-op teaches art, helps parents gain new skills

Co-op teaches art, helps parents gain new skills

CAROLYNN CLAREY, Evergreen reporter

September 12, 2019

For 15 years the Moscow Food Co-op has hosted family-friendly activities for a group called Co-op Kids. This week’s featured activity was creating a cosmic suncatcher. Cosmic suncatchers are discs placed in front of a window, these ones being made of glue and food dye, to show colored sunlight within...

Bill passed to enable affordable housing

Bill passed to enable affordable housing

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen reporter

September 12, 2019

An ordinance was approved by the Whitman County Commissioners on Sept. 3 to adopt State House Bill 1406, which went into effect in late July. It enables the counties in Washington to retain a portion of the state sales tax and direct it toward affordable housing. Affordable housing is a major issue...

Programs assist residents in need

Programs assist residents in need

KHADIJAH BUTLER, Evergreen reporter

September 12, 2019

Local action groups have collaborated to provide resources for anyone experiencing food insecurity, domestic violence, need for housing assistance, or are in danger of becoming homeless. Pullman has one of the highest rates of people living in poverty in Washington. According to the U.S. Census Bureau...

Wolverines, Lions come to Pullman

Wolverines, Lions come to Pullman

RYAN ROOT, Evergreen reporter

September 12, 2019

The No. 13 WSU soccer team will face the Michigan Wolverines and Loyola Marymount Lions this weekend at the Lower Soccer Field in Pullman. The Cougars (4-0-0) are coming off a 1-0 overtime victory against Gonzaga last Thursday with a late goal from graduate midfielder Averie Collins. Collins earned...

City plans to make downtown ADA-friendly

City plans to make downtown ADA-friendly

BENJAMIN WHITE, Evergreen reporter

September 12, 2019

The City of Pullman is redesigning its downtown area and accessibility to businesses for people with disabilities. Dan Records, Pullman city council member, said at a meeting Tuesday afternoon that accessibility to the primary business district is an important issue that needs to be addressed. “The...

Buy Local encourages community to participate

Buy Local encourages community to participate

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

September 11, 2019

Eat Local Month, a collaborative nationwide program with hopes to involve more of the community in purchasing food from nearby farms, began this September, but buying local can be a year-round venture. Buy Local Moscow, University of Idaho Extension, the Moscow Food Cooperative, the Palouse-Clearwater...

Grant will help WSU graduate more nurses

Grant will help WSU graduate more nurses

KAITLYN TEJERO, Evergreen reporter

September 11, 2019

The WSU College of Nursing is graduating more students who will work in rural and underserved areas where nurse practitioners are in high demand. The WSU-ANEW-2, “Advanced Nursing practice in rural & underserved Eastern Washington,” grant was awarded to the WSU College of Nursing by the U.S....

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