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WSU downs border rivals at home Wednesday

WSU downs border rivals at home Wednesday

TY EKLUND, Evergreen reporter

December 6, 2018

A battle took place on the basketball court as the neighboring Idaho Vandals traveled across the border to face WSU men’s basketball Wednesday in Beasley Coliseum. After losing to Idaho 91-64 last season, WSU came back this year by taking a 90-70 victory. “They’ve beaten us three out of the...

WSU men’s, women’s teams compete in Pac-12 Cross Country Championships

WSU men’s, women’s teams compete in Pac-12 Cross Country Championships

KATIE ARCHER, Evergreen reporter

October 28, 2018

The WSU cross country teams headed down to Stanford, California, to compete in the Pac-12 Championships Friday morning. The WSU women’s team, No. 15 in the west region, placed eight with a score of 249 points. Senior Vallery Korir finished first for the team and 39th overall with a time of 21:06.4. Following...

WSU volleyball goes west for Apple Cup match

WSU volleyball goes west for Apple Cup match

COLIN CONNOLLY, Evergreen reporter

September 19, 2018

No. 22 WSU women’s volleyball team heads on the road for two tough matches to start Pac-12 play. First, the Cougars (9-1) will face No. 13 University of Washington (8-2). After that match, they will head down to Oregon to face No. 12 University of Oregon (7-3). Coming off a 2-1 record and second...

Grad students to vote on budget Monday

ANGELICA RELENTE, Evergreen reporter

February 23, 2018

Graduate and professional students will decide between increasing funding for the WSU Children’s Center or maintaining it and allocating the money to other programs. The Graduate and Professional Student Association senate will vote on the proposals at its Feb. 26 meeting. The proposals were an...

No collisions on Highway 26 this year

IAN SMAY, Evergreen reporter

January 9, 2018

Following fatal accidents in previous years, Washington State Patrol officials said there were no accidents on Highway 26 as students returned to WSU after winter break this time around. Multiple WSU students died or sustained injuries in accidents during travel to and from Pullman during winter and...

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December 10, 2017

Washington State University's Office of Student Media is dedicated to providing students a public forum through The Daily Evergreen newspaper, Chinook yearbook and online sites and to provide a comprehensive training program for students interested in communications careers. A professional staff assists th...

Reader reactions: Grad students’ stipends reduced

November 1, 2017

Readers react to an article about the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture reducing stipends for its graduate students. The reduction is part of the college’s effort to avoid running a deficit in order to meet WSU President Kirk Schulz’s mandate to reduce spending by 2.5 percent across...

Fan reactions to WSU vs. Colorado

RYAN MOSHER, Evergreen reporter

October 22, 2017

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Ultimate Disc requires grit, integrity from players

Ultimate Disc requires grit, integrity from players

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen columnist

October 20, 2017

After a long, snowy drive over the mountain passes into Montana, it was finally time to throw down ... or up field. Saturday marked the first day of competition; players stretched across the turf, practiced throws, cheered for teammates and made calls on the plays. WSU’s team rolled up with one go...

Sorenson beats cancer again

Sorenson beats cancer again

CODY COTTIER, Evergreen reporter

October 4, 2017

Former WSU lineman Riley Sorenson is now in remission after three cycles of chemotherapy for testicular cancer, his girlfriend tweeted today. “Thank you all for the love and support,” Elisabeth Haffner wrote. Sorenson was originally diagnosed with cancer in 2016, but he beat it in time for...

Over a dozen students ejected from football game for MIP (needs readout, design only)

September 14, 2017

Law enforcement officers dealt with multiple minor in possession of alcohol incidents on Saturday. “I think we had four that day inside the stadium,” WSU Police Assistant Chief Steve Hansen said. In addition to the four that were charged that day, Hansen said that he believes there were a total...

Reader reactions: President Schulz outlines plans for window safety

September 8, 2017

Readers react to an article about WSU President Kirk Schulz announcing in an email sent Tuesday that a university team is currently working to improve residence hall window safety. The efforts come after a student fell from a second story window Aug. 24 and a petition to increase window safety received...

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