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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

Final 2022 MLK programming event highlights Black History with Global Campus event.

Ready to test your knowledge of Black History Month?

CAROLYN MCCAMPBELL, Evergreen columnist March 3, 2022

Last Friday, WSU held an online MLK Trivia Night. This event was part of the Global Connections 2022 MLK programming. Host Andrea Jimenez, program coordinator for Global Connections, asked...

Untitled by Sophia Zarders at the WSU Womens Centers Black History Month Exhibit, Feb. 22.

Amplifying the impact of Black art

LANNAN RUIZ February 24, 2022

“Each match lined in my path will be  Ignited by the flames of my fortitude.  Here I pour in the gasoline I am Adversity will come in like a gust of  wind, but I am the fire that oxygen feeds.  And...

The Women*s Center at WSU is hosting a movie night from 4-6 p.m. on Feb. 22 in the Compton Union Building Auditorium.

Groups on campus to honor Black History Month

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter, columnist, copy editor February 17, 2022

As the second half of February begins, student organizations around campus are hosting events to celebrate Black History Month.  The Women*s Center at WSU is hosting a movie night from 4-6 p.m. on...

Black artists use creativity to convey emotion and story telling through their music

Underrated: Black Musicians

JUSTIN WASHINGTON, Evergreen research editor February 17, 2022

Music is one of the many ways we connect as people; it spans abstract thoughts and ideas that sometimes cannot be communicated through casual speech. Music spans through different cultures and is important...

Shiari McNeil, junior elementary education major, said she expected to feel more supported when she started at WSU.

‘[WSU] should be the amplifier for the voices of different ethnic backgrounds’

PUNEET BSANTI February 17, 2022

While some professors give students of color the opportunity to share their experiences, two students say there is more WSU should be doing to support Black students and other ethnic groups. “To be...

Students can drop off books by Black authors or featuring Black characters at Bohler Gymnasium.

Donate books for elementary school children in honor of Black History Month

SHEILA JOHNSON February 15, 2022

WSU Athletics, the Black Student Union and the Black Student-Athlete Association have teamed up to host a Black History Month book drive. Their goal is to receive at least 80 books.  Students can donate...

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