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Satire: WSU will offer new coachspeak courses

Satire: WSU will offer new coachspeak courses

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen columnist

January 17, 2019


Filed under Mint, Showcase, Top-feature

WSU Head Football Coach Mike Leach will be teaching a class on coachspeak as part of WSU’s ongoing efforts to expand its School of Languages, Cultures and Race. The six-week, three-credit course will be available starting summer 2019 and will continue in subsequent semesters. The class will count...

Space Needle hosts college hackathon

Space Needle hosts college hackathon

KURIA POUNDS, Evergreen reporter

January 17, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase, Top-feature, WSU Pullman campus

Two WSU students headed the first-ever collegiate hackathon hosted in Seattle, Washington’s Space Needle. The hackathon took place last weekend. The event drew in more than 100 people at the beginning, said WSU junior Kaveh Khorram, a computer science major and event organizer. The Hack Was...

Cougars return to Beasley for first time since December

Cougars return to Beasley for first time since December

JOHN SPELLMAN, Evergreen reporter

January 17, 2019


Filed under Men's, Sports, Top-feature

After a tough start to conference play, the WSU men’s basketball team needs to take advantage of every opportunity they have to win. Perhaps their best chance to do this will occur this week as WSU hosts the University of California, Berkeley and Stanford. WSU (7-9, 0-3) returns home to Pullman,...

Freshman found comfort in Pullman

Freshman found comfort in Pullman

TAYLOR DUNLAP, Evergreen sports editor

January 17, 2019


Filed under Basketball, Features, Men's, Sports, Top-feature

Since he was in a stroller, CJ Elleby has been near a basketball court.The freshman forward has only been in Pullman for a few months, but his family history and experience in the sport has made him a dangerous threat this season. CJ stepped on the court at a young age. His father, Bill Elleby, played...

Hilinskis remember Tyler one year later

Hilinskis remember Tyler one year later

DYLAN GREENE, Evergreen deputy sports editor

January 16, 2019


Filed under Local, News, Showcase, Top-feature

For the past year, Mark and Kym Hilinski have dealt with the loss of their son, Tyler. It has not been easy, and challenges arise daily. “Some days it’s an hourly decision about how to breathe,” Mark said. But the family is moving forward and focused on keeping Tyler Hilinski’s name al...

Hospital initiative hopes to expand on medical services

Hospital initiative hopes to expand on medical services

KAYE GILL, Evergreen reporter

January 16, 2019


Filed under Local, News, Pullman Community, Top-feature

This story has been updated to reflect the correct cost of the project and the bond proposal. A new initiative from Pullman Regional Hospital would bring electronic medical records and expand on medical resources to the community. The Next Era of Excellence bond proposal will be on the ballot f...

Friends don’t let friends get typical tattoos

Friends don’t let friends get typical tattoos

ZACH GOFF, Evergreen columnist

January 16, 2019


Filed under Columns, Features, Life, Top-feature

Tattoos are forever. So when you get the courage to touch needle to skin, you better make sure it’s a good decision. Owners of Blood Diamond Ink built their tattoo shop on a foundation of good communication to ensure clients are happy with their final pieces. Owner Chris Peltier has 16 years of experienc...

Pullman Police Chief requests additional commander

Pullman Police Chief requests additional commander

RACHEL SUN, Evergreen reporter

January 16, 2019


Filed under Local, News, Pullman Community, Showcase, Top-feature

The Pullman City Council moved Tuesday to authorize the creation of a Support Services Commander for the Pullman Police Department. Police Chief Gary Jenkins said that he and Operations Commander Chris Tennant have been too overwhelmed to meet demands. “Insufficient focus on this task has resulted...

Artist uses multimedia to talk about racial violence

Artist uses multimedia to talk about racial violence

RACHEL SUN, Evergreen reporter

January 15, 2019


Filed under News, Photo of the Week, Showcase, Top-feature, WSU Pullman campus

Paul Rucker wants people to talk about slavery. An activist, musician and artist, Rucker creates multimedia and fine arts projects to address issues of mass incarceration. But to do that, he said, first you have to go back in history. As one of his projects, Rucker animated data pinpointing hundreds...

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