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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

Francis Benjamin previously served on the City Council for over a decade. He made the decision to return to the council earlier this year in May. 

Newly elected City Council members look ahead to term

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen reporter November 19, 2021

Recently elected Pullman City Council members are gearing up to assume office at the beginning of next year.  Francis Benjamin, WSU information systems coordinator and psychology shop supervisor,...

Lisa Gloss, WSU Graduate School dean, speaks to GPSA senators about the school and its programs.

GPSA hosts first official senate meeting for school year

NICK GIBSON, Evergreen roots editor August 31, 2021

WSU's Graduate and Professional Student Association held its first official senate meeting for the 2021-22 school year on Aug. 30 in the Compton Union Building.  As the representative body for...

Gov. Jay Inslee said he is not concerned about a mass exodus of education employees refusing to get vaccinated and advised that anyone with concerns about the vaccine should consult their doctor.

COVID-19 mandates return to Washington state

NICK GIBSON, Evergreen roots editor August 20, 2021

In a press conference Wednesday, Gov. Jay Inslee announced all Washington K-12 and higher education employees are required to get vaccinated, in addition to reinstating an indoor mask mandate for all Washingtonians. All...

All classes previously scheduled as a hybrid option are being changed to in person and assigned classrooms as soon as possible.

Classes to be held at 100 percent capacity

VICTORIA GIOMI, Evergreen reporter July 2, 2021

WSU officials announced Wednesday that all classes for the fall semester will be held in person at 100 percent capacity.  WSU officials announced Wednesday that all classes for the fall semester will...

Danielle Ivory, New York Times reporter, said the project tracked COVID-19 data on spreadsheets, maps and charts, including case numbers, mortality rates, vaccine eligibility and more.

WSU professor, Pullmanite recognized for contributions to Pulitzer Prize winning project

TIMOTHY FAIRBANKS-CLOUSER June 23, 2021

A COVID-19 case tracking project from The New York Times involving contributions from a WSU professor and Pullman native was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for public service earlier this month. Danielle...

Normally, the firework show features live musicians, and a barbeque is put on for community members at Sunnyside Park, pictured here. This year, city officials have opted not to host any entertainment to maintain social distancing.

Fourth of July celebration returns to Pullman

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter, columnist, copy editor June 9, 2021

The annual Pullman Fourth of July firework show is set to return this summer to Sunnyside Park, and contrary to years past, the firework show will feature no live entertainment. Pullman Mayor Glenn...

“We have been really great stewards of our curriculum budget over the years because we knew something like this was coming.”

Pullman school board reviews student recovery plan, new ELA curriculum

MELINA ERNST, Evergreen reporter May 27, 2021

Members of the Pullman Public Schools board unanimously approved the district's Academic and Student Well-Being Recovery Plan during a meeting Wednesday evening.  The Washington State Office of Superintendent...

“Anybody coming to campus is still required to attest that they havent been experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, and people still have to wear masks.”

At least 63 percent of classes to be held completely in-person

VICTORIA GIOMI, Evergreen reporter May 26, 2021

WSU Pullman expects to return to some degree of normalcy in the fall with over half of students back on campus and participating in in-person learning.  University Registrar Matthew Zimmerman said...

“We are planning on assigning all housing with limited COVID-19 restrictions. Meaning that most common areas will be open without limits.”

Over 4,200 students already signed housing applications for fall

VICTORIA GIOMI, Evergreen reporter May 26, 2021

The majority of WSU Pullman on-campus housing will be open in the fall semester with the exception of some facilities. There are currently over 4,200 students planning to live on campus in the fall,...

Even if certain COVID-19 restrictions were lifted, there would not be enough time to have the festival. Generally, the celebration takes about a year to plan.

National Lentil Festival canceled because of COVID-19

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter May 24, 2021

The Pullman Chamber of Commerce canceled the National Lentil Festival because of uncertainty around COVID-19 restrictions. The lentil festival is typically held the weekend before the start of classes...

“It’s going to be a little bit easier for us because of the fact that half the school hasn’t been on campus [yet]. Nobody really knows what they’re doing,” incoming freshman Julianna Mill said.

‘It was my dream school since I was a little kid’

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter, columnist, copy editor May 19, 2021

As members of the class of 2021 say their goodbyes, new students are preparing to start their days at WSU while still in a worldwide pandemic. Incoming freshman Julianna Mill said she decided to come...

Responding officers provided first aid until the Pullman Fire Department paramedics arrived.

Whitman County to remain in Phase 2

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter May 4, 2021

Whitman County will stay in Phase 2 of the state’s COVID-19 reopening plan for at least the next two weeks.  All counties in Washington will remain in their current phases as part of a “two...

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