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The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Evan Charney poses at midfield of Gesa Field for his senior photos, April 14, in Pullman, Wash.

WSU senior traded woods for wheatfields, graduating Saturday through Murrow College

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor May 2, 2024

Evan Charney grew up surrounded by woods in Wilton, Connecticut, and decided WSU in Pullman would be a good fit for college as it had a similar community atmosphere — just with yellow wheatfields instead...

You are still part of the Coug community even after graduation.

Ask Life: How to stay connected with alma mater after graduating?

SIA CHHEDA, Evergreen reporter April 30, 2024

Dear Life Section, I am finally graduating this week and am excited to enter the next phase of life. However, I am wondering what resources are available for alumni and how to access them. I also...

Ezekiel Mitchell-Hopmeier; I would really love to try to pursue radio in Japan if possible.

Music, fashion to intersect for KZUU program director next semester

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor April 4, 2024

Music is the core passion for Ezekiel Mitchell-Hopmeier, a third-year Japanese major. He has been interested in music since middle school, and his love has only evolved in his recent years in college. At...

Andrew Takacs posing for a headshot.

WSU senior aspires to make the world a better place

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor March 28, 2024

Andrew Takacs, senior mechanical engineering major, used to annoy his parents with his constant questions and deconstruction of household items. “I was always the kid who asked too many questions...

Danh Pham conducting U.S. Army Bands Pershings Own.

Music festival to celebrate local youth, highlight musical talent

ANNA ADAMS, Managing editor March 21, 2024

To put the spotlight on youth from Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho, the Young Artists Music Festival allows five winners to perform in front of a live audience, backed by an orchestra. The Washington...

Cristian Gonzalez poses at the anchor desk of CougZone while preparing to direct an episode, Feb. 12, in Pullman, Wash.

Murrow senior went from dreaming of playing football to dreaming of working in media

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor February 29, 2024

Cristian Gonzalez, “CougZone” director and senior broadcast production-multimedia journalism double major, played football growing up. The son of an alum, he made many trips to Pullman and watched...

Anika Wottreng plans to pursue international business with the desire to one day work and live in Germany.

Global explorations turn into international business aspirations for WSU senior

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor February 22, 2024

For 22-year-old Anika Wottreng, WSU international business and management information systems double major, home has been a revolving door. Born in Japan, she spent four years there before spending...

Brayden Andersen-Masias and Butch T. Cougar at a WSU basketball game.

Carson College senior aspires to become Amazon chief marketing officer

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor February 12, 2024

Finding himself in a foreign country for the first time in his life as part of a study abroad program, Brayden Andersen-Masias, international business and marketing double major, was still unsure if he...

Gunner Miller at the 2023 Apple Cup, doing coachs film for the WSU football team, Nov. 25, 2023, in Seattle, Wash.

Gunner Miller does it all en route to Murrow graduation

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor February 1, 2024

Gunner Miller, senior broadcast news major, has done just about everything there is to do at the Murrow College and beyond, but it was one of the last things he did that made him realize he knew exactly...

Hannah Martian, author and WSU student.

WSU graduate 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. Hannah spent her summer in Casper, Wyoming,...

More than just a game of catch

More than just a game of catch

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor 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, Multimedia editor 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...

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