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Hannah Martian, author and WSU student.

WSU student publishing queer mystery novel

IRVIN VILLALVA, Evergreen reporter November 30, 2023

Author and WSU graduate student Hannah Martian struck a deal with Crooked Lane Books to publish her new book “LONG TIME GONE,” set to release in fall 2024. Martian spent her summer in Casper, Wyoming,...

More than just a game of catch

More than just a game of catch

BRANDON WILLMAN, Editor-in-chief November 17, 2023

The idea was not originally his own. Rather, it was a podcast he found after players held a lockout over Collective Bargaining Agreement disputes that delayed the opening day of the 2022 MLB season. But,...

Dash Dog at a Seattle Mariners game

Dash Dog: WSU’s most paws-itive supporter

BRANDON WILLMAN, Editor-in-chief November 17, 2023

A perfect hot dog, wrapped in a bun and topped with ketchup and mustard, in the jaw of a perfectly posed golden retriever at T-Mobile Park, formerly Safeco Field. It was not the first time he had held...

WSU football watch party at Marco Polo Bar and Grill.

Cougs can watch Apple Cup in ‘sea of crimson’ in Husky-town next weekend

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Copy Chief November 16, 2023

The Apple Cup is almost here, and while the game is hosted in Seattle this year, there are multiple Coug-owned and friendly bars around town where WSU fans, students and alumni can feel the Cougar football...

Ten of our top stories from the past century.

Top 10: Past Daily Evergreen stories

SIA CHHEDA, Evergreen columnist November 14, 2023

Welcome to our journey through time as we revisit headlines that once dominated the pages of our newspaper. As we delve into the past, we come across the top 10 stories that captivated our readers’...

Brenden Potts, Juli Potts and Larry Hall cheer on the Cougars during Family Weekend, Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021, in Pullman, Wash.

What to do during family weekend this spring

SHAKIRA GONZALEZ-LUNA, Evergreen reporter March 29, 2023

Family weekend is the weekend to make unforgettable memories as a Cougar family, so come and participate in everything WSU has to offer! At Brelsford Visitor Center, which will be open all weekend from...

Patty Fitzgerald sharing her plans for family weekend, March 27 in Terrell Library.

Street Talk: What are you doing this family weekend?

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor March 29, 2023

This spring family weekend, students are preparing for a weekend sleepover with their families. Patty Fitzgerald, accounting and management information systems senior, said her family has never missed...

Looking back over the Vantage Bridge at the gorgeous Columbia River.

Back Home: The best parts about driving to Pullman

LUCAS INGHAM, Evergreen columnist March 28, 2023

The saying goes, “All roads lead back to Pullman,” but in reality, very few actually do. Cougs have been driving past the same landmarks and milestones on their way back home for generations. While...

Top Left: Toodles, 1906 (Courtesy of MASC, WSU Libraries) Top Right: Butch I, 1932 (Courtesy of Hutchison Collection, MASC, WSU Libraries) Bottom: Squirt, 1906 (Courtesy of MASC, WSU Libraries)

Puma concolor: our mighty mascot

ISABELLE BUSCH, Evergreen reporter, columnist August 18, 2021

Cougars are common around campus, whether it’s the Cougar logo on street signs or Butch T. Cougar at sports events. However, we weren’t always the Cougars. Perky pup Squirt is believed to have been...

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