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Students on Glenn-Terrell Mall looking up to see the partial eclipse on Monday, April 8.

“Whoa,” students react to solar eclipse

GRACE HARVEY, Evergreen reporter April 10, 2024

A total solar eclipse visible across North America, including Pullman, took place on April 8. The eclipse, which stretched from Canada to Mexico, was only partially visible here, as the line of totality...

Grant Taylor takes a second behind the mound prior to first pitch against Rhode Island, March 3, in Pullman, Wash.

Grant Taylor breaks program record, dominates UW lineup for nine innings

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor March 29, 2024

“I did?” WSU starting pitcher Grant Taylor said with a massive grin after learning he had broken the Cougs program record for strikeouts in a game. “That’s so exciting.”  Taylor overtook...

Pullman resident arrested for murder

Pullman resident arrested for murder

GABRIELLE BOWMAN, Evergreen news co-editor March 27, 2024

A Pullman resident was arrested Tuesday night for 2nd-degree murder. Officers responded to a welfare check on a Pullman woman and when they arrived discovered she had sustained serious injuries as a...

The All-Seeing Eye by Mozi Jones.

Interactive, immersive, innovative: MFA Thesis Exhibition returns to on-campus museum

IRVIN VILLALVA, Evergreen reporter March 21, 2024

Expect interactive, immersive and innovative art at the Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, which will be on display March 26–June 29 at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Graduate students Reika...

Kymany Houinsou and Isaiah Watts dance after picking up a huge win over Arizona, Jan. 13, in Pullman, Wash.

‘Off the court, we’re the most connected we’ve ever been’

SAM TAYLOR and BRANDON WILLMAN March 7, 2024

A team riddled with interesting stories, WSU has bonded over their respective journeys to Division I basketball. Those bonds have made this year’s team the closest team several of the players have been...

Outside of Pups and Cups located in Downtown Pullman

Pups and Cups to have limited hours during the summer

Sheridan Robbins, Evergreen Reporter February 29, 2024

Pups and Cups will be temporarily closed during the summer months while Project Downtown Pullman is executed. The exact dates of the closing and reopening are currently unknown, said CJ Robert, Pups...

Jaylen Wells high-points the ball as he looks to make a play, Jan. 13, in Pullman, Wash.

Jaylen Wells: The hidden gem unlocking WSU’s potential

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor February 29, 2024

Flashback to April 18, 2023. At exactly 11 a.m., a Sacramento-born Division II basketball player from Sonoma State, a team coming off a 13-17 season, took to X (then Twitter) to make his announcement.  Intermittent...

Kyra Gardner holding Jenna Villas hand after Villa celebrated a WSU bucket, Feb. 9, in Pullman, Wash.

‘Weirdness’ at the forefront of two WSU guard’s friendship

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor February 28, 2024

During the offseason ahead of the 2023–24 WSU women’s basketball season, the team went on a European Tour that took them to the likes of Croatia and Greece. During the trip, sophomore guard Kyra Gardner...

Charlisse Leger-Walker is all smiles after drawing a foul on her drive to the basket, Nov. 9, in Pullman, Wash.

Charlisse Leger-Walker’s legacy: ‘She makes other people better’

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports co-editor February 22, 2024

When Charlisse Leger-Walker was 3 years old, she and her older sister Krystal Leger-Walker did something they should not have. Their mom, Leanne Walker, does not remember what they did, but she does...

WSU President Kirk Schulz explaining the financial plan to hire a new men’s basketball coach during a WSU regents special meeting on March 28 in the French Administration building.

WSU faculty call for new president, administration

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief February 21, 2024

Hundreds of WSU faculty members issued a press release Wednesday morning arguing for new leadership, including a new president, administration and board of regents.  The group is concerned about the...

The PRSSA Bateman team featuring (left to right) Kendall Buries, Hallie Rehn, Demi Wedgworth, Anna Dingfield, Ariana Williamson and Jack Lee. Courtesy of Anna Dingfield

Public Relations students promote campaign for national competition

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief February 21, 2024

The Public Relations Student Society of America at WSU is preparing to attend its annual competition to promote and spread awareness of a specific brand.  Anna Dingfield, senior public relations major,...

Stanford head coach Tara VanDerveer during a game between Stanford and WSU womens basketball, Feb. 11, in Pullman, Wash.

The making of a legend: Tara VanDerveer’s Idaho origins

KEDZIE MOE, Evergreen Sports Reporter February 15, 2024

On Dec. 1, 1978, the Idaho women’s basketball team battled Northern Montana in a challenging season opener. After a back-and-forth second half, the Vandals snagged a 70-68 overtime victory with just...

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