The Daily Evergreen

Rebecca White

August 4, 2017


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Rebecca White is a senior journalism major from Dayton, Washington. Before becoming assistant news editor, she was news editor from Aug. 2017 - Dec. 2017, managing editor from May 2016 - Dec. 2016, copy editor from Jan. 2016 - May 2016 and a news reporter from Sept. 2015 - Dec. 2015. Follow Rebecca...

Jennifer Ladwig

August 4, 2017


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Jennifer Ladwig is a senior communication major from Washougal. During her time at the Evergreen, she has served as copy editor, life editor, editor-in-chief and mint editor. She is set to graduate in May 2018.

Tyler Shuey

August 4, 2017


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Tyler Shuey is a senior communication major from Kingston.

Jacob Moore

August 4, 2017


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Jacob Moore is a junior sport management major from Tacoma. He graduated in December 2016.

Latisha Jensen

August 4, 2017


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Latisha Jensen is a junior multimedia journalism major from Bellingham.

Madison Jackson

August 4, 2017


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Madison Jackson is a junior English major from Puyallup. During her time at the Evergreen, she has served as copy editor, opinion editor and managing editor.

Gabriella Ramos

August 4, 2017


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Gabriella Ramos is a junior strategic communication major from Aurora, Illinois. She is pursuing minors in business administration and French. During her time at the Evergreen, she has worked as life editor, managing editor and editor-in-chief. In her free time, she enjoys relaxing with her cats and...

Pacific Islanders say WSU should have talked to them before planning Samoa trip

CODY COTTIER, Evergreen reporter

August 3, 2017


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Following the announcement that WSU administrators are traveling to Samoa to learn about the needs of Pacific Islander students, some are questioning why no one sought their input first. Roanna Zackhras, a junior from the Marshall Islands who is involved in both the Pacific Islanders Club and Mitamitaga...

Cody Cottier

July 29, 2017


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Cody Cottier is a senior communication and philosophy double major from Chimacum.

Schulz family gets a new corgi

July 19, 2017


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WSU First Lady Noel Schulz describes the relationship between their first corgi, Cayenne, and their new corgi, Joule. Noel and her husband, President Kirk Schulz, who are both engineers, named the dog after the unit of energy. Cayenne wasn't home and therefore was not available for comment.

Palouse community hosts annual music festival

Palouse community hosts annual music festival

LATISHA JENSEN, Evergreen mint editor

July 19, 2017


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What started as solely a bluegrass festival turned into the Palouse Music Festival with new genres and different styles of music every year, ranging from Americana to rhythm and blues. Paul Smith, musician and Palouse Arts Council member, helped take over the arts council with his wife as the festival...

Local wheat growers may face second bad year

July 12, 2017


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Recent temperature fluctuations could signal another year of starch damage in wheat across the state, following a crop with widespread quality issues that collectively lost Washington farmers tens of millions of dollars.

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