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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Musfirah Khan 2024 Graduate of the Edward R. Murrow College. Courtesy of Musfirah Khan

Impromptu journalist

Sherdan Robbins and GABRIELLE BOWMAN May 2, 2024

Musfirah Khan is graduating from the WSU Murrow College of Communication this weekend.  Khan, senior multimedia journalism major, is originally from Seattle and started working for The Daily Evergreen,...

Gardner Minshew talking with WSU S.I.D. Bill Stevens before throwing out the first pitch, April 26, in Pullman, Wash.

MOE: “Minshew Mania” is bigger than just one man

KEDZIE MOE, Editor-in-chief May 2, 2024

Gardner Minshew II stopped and stared. It was the end of the first quarter of the Crimson and Gray football game and, per tradition, the jumbotron lit up with a supercut of Cougar football greatness,...

WSU edge rusher Brennan Jackson celebrates a sack during an NCAA football match against Utah, Oct. 27.

Eight Cougs earn NFL opportunity on day three

LUKE WESTFALL, Evergreen sports co-editor May 1, 2024

As the current Cougs took the field Saturday for the Crimson and Gray Spring game, eight alumni heard their phone ring with a chance to pursue their NFL dream on day three of the 2024 NFL draft. The...

WSU forward Isaac Jones jumps for a layup during an NCAA men’s basketball game against Eastern Washington, Nov. 27, 2023, in Pullman, Wash.

EWU forward follows head coach to WSU

HAYDEN STINCHFIELD, Evergreen sports co-editor April 18, 2024

Just a few days after officially losing star point guard Myles Rice to Indiana, the Cougs have landed their first major transfer. Ethan Price is a 6-foot-10 forward out of England who has played the last...

Group projects are the bane of every student... except maybe the ones who dont do them.

Group Project Woes

MARY CHAFFEE, Evergreen illustrator April 4, 2024

EWU coach David Riley hired by WSU

HAYDEN STINCHFIELD, Evergreen sports co-editor April 4, 2024

Eight days after the departure of Kyle Smith to Stanford, WSU has hired his replacement. They did not have to go far to find him, as Eastern Washington’s David Riley will be taking the reigns. Riley...

Myles Rice stands on the baseline surveying the court before an inbounds play, Jan. 4, in Pullman, Wash.

Myles Rice, two others headed to transfer portal

HAYDEN STINCHFIELD, Evergreen sports co-editor March 28, 2024

The Cougar men's basketball season ended last week, but the offseason has only just begun. The transfer portal has opened, and WSU players are just starting to enter it. The most notable Coug to depart...

Shohei Ohtani batting in an MLB game.

COOVERT: Ohtani has done nothing wrong

LEVI COOVERT March 28, 2024

On March 20, news broke that the interpreter for international baseball superstar Shohei Ohtani was being investigated for embezzlement of funds. Ippei Mizuhara, the 39-year-old interpreter, and best friend...

Drayton Joseph: How the California native has found a home golfing in Pullman

LEVI COOVERT March 28, 2024

To be a collegiate golfer, you must be dedicated, cool under pressure and understand your strengths and weaknesses. Dayton Joseph is all of those things. The Wazzu senior has been a committed member of...

Interim Director of Athletics Anne McCoy and her daughter, WSU swimmer Taylor McCoy in 2018.

WSU names Anne McCoy interim athletic director

KEDZIE MOE, Editor-in-chief March 27, 2024

Washington State University announced that Anne McCoy will serve as interim athletic director in a news release Wednesday. “With more than two decades of experience in the WSU athletics department,...

The Kibbie Dome, home of the Idaho Vandals

WSU football to cross border for pro day

ZACH THUMMEL March 27, 2024

In a social media post on Wednesday, the WSU football program announced they will host their Pro Day at the University of Idaho March 27. With the Taylor Sports Complex still under construction and...

Men’s Golf Takes 3rd Place in Grand Canyon Invitational

LEVI COOVERT March 21, 2024

After the long winter in Pullman, the men’s golf traveled to Arizona for some much-needed sunshine. The Grand Canyon University Invitational brought sixteen schools from around the US to compete on the...

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