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The starting materials to make a PB&J sandwich include bread, peanut butter, jelly, a knife and your imagination. There is almost no way to make it incorrectly.

SATIRE: Right way to make PB&J exists

SAMANTHA RADCLIFFE, Evergreen columnist September 13, 2021

Some families disagree over whether the Earth is flat. Others disagree over whether climate change exists. Not in my household. No, we have a long-standing debate about the correct way to make a PB&J...

Senior Maddie LaPourte (left) speaks to junior Conner LaCroix (right) in The Spark.

Incoming Cougs can lean on seniors

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen opinion editor August 30, 2021

“These will be the best years of your life.” “College sets you up for your future job. Take it seriously.” “Don’t waste your time — it will be gone so fast.” These are valid pieces of...

Trust and well-being are related. When students feel confident and connected, they are more likely to enjoy the benefits of their college experience.

Students’ trust in college depends on leadership

ANNE-MARIE GREGGS, Evergreen reporter April 22, 2021

Students’ level of trust in a college can impact overall educational experience, WSU researchers found. The research found that trust can influence whether a student will finish college as well as...

College certainly isnt for everybody, but higher education is always a great option.

OPINION: Pursue higher education after high school

JOEY FRANKLIN November 10, 2020

Although my first semester of college is not what I had imagined, I think every student should pursue a four-year university, two-year community college or an apprenticeship. Learning should not stop after...

If youve used a dating app, theres a good chance youve been ghosted before. Emma tells readers to respect boundaries and to not make assumptions when you dont get a response back from someone.

Ask Emma: I got ghosted

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen deputy news editor October 26, 2020

Dear Emma, I got ghosted, and I don’t know what I did wrong. I was talking to this person on an internet dating website, and I felt like the conversation was going really well. I’m not sure what...

High school teachers arent prepping their students for college or the real world.

OPINION: High school doesn’t prepare students for college

GRACE LAPIERRE September 8, 2020

Most people would say college is harder than high school. Generally, I am inclined to agree despite the fact my experience has been contrary to that idea. My high school always spoke about ‘preparing...

Abigail Fisher & lawyer

Abigail Fisher, left, and her attorney, Edward Blum, middle, leave a hearing in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013. Fisher, a white high school graduate, was turned down by the University of Texas...

Preparing for the worst

Zack Briggs, Evergreen reporter October 7, 2013
When dealing with an active shooter, individuals should know what to do and how to respond. Locator map of school shootings in the U.S. this year.

Public colleges are not cheap

September 13, 2013

U.S. map shows the average net price (full cost of attending minus scholarships) at public 4-year universities and colleges for in-state tuition charged to students in families earning $30,000 or less...

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