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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

GUS WATERS, Evergreen columnist

Gus Waters is a freshman political science and history double major from Bellevue, WA.

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While school districts can choose what to teach, educating people earlier will help stop sex crimes.

OPINION: Sex ed must be taught earlier

GUS WATERS, Evergreen columnist
March 27, 2020
You should appreciate living in the dorms, because it only gets worse from here.

Enjoy perks of WSU residence life

GUS WATERS, Evergreen columnist
February 4, 2020
Pullmant needs to do something about heroin, a task force is needed.

Whitman County needs a drug taskforce

GUS WATERS, Evergreen columnist
January 27, 2020
With so little data on underemployment taken on the local level, this puts the economy Pullman at a huge risk if the city has not gathered enough information to properly understand the best way to weather any economic hardship

Pullman needs to address underemployment

GUS WATERS, Evergreen columnist
January 15, 2020
The state of Liberty is not a unique proposal or the first of its kind. Many similar campaigns have popped up around the country, often around right-leaning areas with a smaller population density. It seems to stem around the idea that Republican voices tend to be drowned out by urban majorities.

Eastern Washington should not become own state

GUS WATERS, Evergreen columnist
September 10, 2019
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