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Josie Goodrich, freshman criminal justice and multimedia journalism double major, said her ultimate goal in rodeo is to make it to National Finals Rodeo, where the top 15 people in the world compete. 

Student represents WSU independently in college rodeo

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen editor-in-chief April 16, 2021

Even though WSU does not have a rodeo team, one freshman is following in her parents’ footsteps and representing WSU as an independent rider.  “I’ve done [rodeo] since I was walking,” said...

Wheatley said she is a junior at Pullman High School and will compete at state in August.

High school junior wins Distinguished Young Woman of Pullman 

STEFFI LUDAHL, Evergreen reporter April 12, 2021

Katie Wheatley, Pullman High School junior, is the 2022 Distinguished Young Woman of Pullman.  To win the title, Katie was judged in a competition based on five different categories. Categories...

Group wins creative jam for app development 

Group wins creative jam for app development 

ANNA MICHALSON, Evergreen reporter March 19, 2021

WSU students Joshua Barden, Brentin Peters, Pablo Salas and Aljaz Kunc won first place in the WSU Creative Jam+ competition for their prototype Unison, a mobile app that keeps track of different rent payments.  Winners...

13-year-old Kellen won a gold-painted wooden spoon award for best presentation during #GetDISHed’s first episode. He made a small caramel apple pie.

Nonprofit organization to create jobs for individuals with intellectual, developmental disabilities 

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter March 15, 2021

Suzanne Taylor was making breakfast with her son, Kaden, one morning in 2017 when he said he wanted to cook when he was older. He began jumping up and down, still holding a spatula in one hand, when Taylor...

Bateman competition team reflects on their campaign 

Bateman competition team reflects on their campaign 

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter March 8, 2021

As the 2021 Bateman Case Study Competition comes to a close, a team of WSU students reflects on their campaign that raised awareness about incivility in public discourse and promoted individuals to “be...

The team created four keys for fostering civility: listen, acknowledge, empathize and respect. The keys serve as resources people can remember when engaging in public discourse.

Students compete in national public relations competition

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter February 22, 2021

In hopes of fostering civility during public discourse among WSU students and Washington elected officials, four WSU students created and are running a public relations campaign as part of the 2021 Bateman...

Teams can have up to four students. Entrepreneurs will speak about what it is like to take an idea and bring it to life during a kickoff event.

Students will create solutions to serve community

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter February 8, 2021

WSU students have the opportunity to participate in WSU Creative Jam+, a virtual ‘design-a-thon’ where groups come up with solutions that will serve the community in response to COVID-19.   The...

Voting should be fun and interactive — not old and boring. Here's some ideas to liven things up a little.

OPINION: Satire: Voting needs to be reworked

JOEY FRANKLIN, Evergreen columnist October 27, 2020

There is plenty of controversy surrounding the upcoming election’s voting process, including voting by mail, absentee ballots and the health concerns about voting in person. Government officials have...

Nadya Islas spends about four hours a day in the gym in addition to at-home workouts. She won first place in a national competition after training with her bodybuilding trainer for two years.

WSU student pursues competitive bodybuilding

JARED BRADLEY, Evergreen reporter October 22, 2020

After saving up enough money for a gym membership, WSU student Nadya Islas started training and treating it like her part-time job. Two years later, she won the National Physique Committee Teen Collegiate...

The presidential debates are showing their age— it’s time to replace them with something a little more interesting. Tests of physical skill and dexterity will test the true skill of America’s next leader.

OPINION: Satire: A new kind of presidential debate

JOEY FRANKLIN, Evergreen columnist October 8, 2020

With the disastrous turnout of the first presidential debate on Sept. 29, the next few will be delivered in a different fashion. President Donald Trump and former vice president Joe Biden will be partaking...

Members of Team Zephyr pose for a photo during the Hollomon Health Innovation Challenge last week. While the team did not place, they said they are looking forward to other competitions they qualified for.

Team Zephyr competes in health innovation

BROOKLYNN HILLEMANN, Evergreen reporter March 11, 2020

Team Zephyr of WSU competed last week at the fifth annual Hollomon Health Innovation Challenge. The team consists of bioengineering students Jackson Rieb, Kathryn Lober and Sarah Schroeder. They were...

Crimson Robotics team captain Daniel Goto talks about the upcoming California trip to battle their robots on the show Battle Bots, on Friday at Dana Hall.

Building the perfect beast

ANGELICA RELENTE, Evergreen reporter March 9, 2020

Crimson Robotics president Daniel Goto has been putting in between 70-90 hours per week to work on “Pain Saw,” which is the robot his team will bring to this year’s BattleBots competition. “I...

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