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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

Palouse Care Network held its grand opening in Pullman on June 18.

Planned Parenthood says Palouse Care Network is untrustworthy

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter, columnist, copy editor June 24, 2022

When Palouse Care Network opened its second location in Pullman near WSU on Monday, Planned Parenthood became concerned for community members' access to accurate information on abortion care.  Although...

Aquasha DeLusty, drag queen, performs at the Unity Week Fashion & Drag Show: United We Are Stronger event on Tuesday night at the CUB Senior Ballroom, 2019.

‘However you exist in the world is completely OK’

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor June 24, 2022

When drag queen Aquasha DeLusty steps foot onto the Tabikat Productions stage, everything suddenly falls into place.  The blinding lights and the cheers from the audience slowly overtake the butterflies...

Ramen for almost any pallet, and great experience for any diner

Bite of the Palouse: O-Ramen knocks it out of the park

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist June 24, 2022

If I won the lottery and was stuck in Pullman, I could very easily have O-Ramen  every day. Already this article is a cry for help from my wallet for spending way too much money there, but after trying...

Doctorate student Madeline Desjardins takes deep soil cores to quantify soil carbon in a long-term biosolids experiment in Douglas County, Wash.

Researchers aim to improve soil health, crop quality with biosolid testing

GREY KAMASZ, Evergreen reporter June 23, 2022

WSU researchers are examining the effects of biosolid application on soil health and crop productivity to help establish cover crops in central Washington. Biosolids are human waste recycled from sewage...

Palouse Care Network cuts the ribbon on its new location in Pullman at an open house event on June 18.

Palouse Care Network now offers free, low-cost health care in Pullman

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter, columnist, copy editor June 20, 2022

Editor's note: a follow-up article has been published containing more details about Palouse Care Network.  Palouse Care Network opened a second location in Pullman on Monday, creating opportunities...

A successful gut-on-a-chip model will determine whether or not researchers can use microcin to control an infection.

Researchers develop gut-on-a-chip technology to study E. coli, future treatments

GREY KAMASZ, Evergreen reporter June 20, 2022

WSU researchers are developing gut-on-a-chip technology to determine why Escherichia coli can be lethal in dogs and humans. Escherichia coli, or E. coli, is a group of bacteria that live in the intestinal...

Since Neill Public Library was founded in 1922 by American Association of University Women, it has been in seven different locations and collected 100,000 books.

Neill Public Library celebrates its 100th year this week

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen reporter June 20, 2022

Neill Public Library will celebrate its centennial on Monday and hold a week of events from Tuesday to Saturday, commemorating years of service in the Pullman community. “We’re hoping that people...

On June 17, 2021, President Joe Biden recognized Juneteenth as a national holiday.

WSU honors Juneteenth across campuses

ALEX MCCOLLUM, Evergreen reporter June 17, 2022

To honor the first state and federal recognition of Juneteenth National Independence Day as a national holiday, WSU will shut down on Monday.  Juneteenth marks the anniversary of news of the Civil...

After launching a three-year financial recovery plan in 2016, WSU President Kirk Schulz turned a $30 million deficit into a $28 million surplus for the universitys budget.

President Schulz receives $125,000 pay raise for ‘unprecedented’ financial leadership

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor June 16, 2022

Editor’s note: some names have been left out to protect their identity. As of July 1, WSU President Kirk Schulz will receive a 20% increase in his annual base salary – his first pay raise since...

Dogs and owners gear up for a day of excercise and playtime at a previous Paw-Louse 5k Fun Run and Walk.

Paw-louse 5k Fun Run and Walk returns after two years

LIAM CONNORS, Evergreen reporter June 16, 2022

The Humane Society of the Palouse's Paw-louse 5k Fun Run and Walk will return at 9 a.m. on June 18 in Moscow after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. The organization's 10th annual fundrasier will...

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...

The pedestrian bridge between Troy Hall and Wegner Hall over Stadium Way remains closed to the public, Thursday, Jan. 6, 2022.

WSU set to demolish Troy/Wegner Bridge starting Monday

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter, columnist, copy editor June 9, 2022

The well-known, used and loved Troy/Wegner pedestrian bridge crossing Northeast Stadium Way is set to be demolished starting June 13.  From 2019-2020, the bridge started showing signs of degradation...

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