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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

K-3 students are back in the classroom using a hybrid model, which includes in-person and distance learning.

School district adjusts reopening plan

ADALINE GRACE, Evergreen social media editor January 30, 2021

Pullman Public Schools board discussed changes to phase four and five of the district's reopening plan during a meeting Wednesday. Hybrid learning for ninth-12th grade students will start once the school...

Stephanie Bray, principal of Franklin Elementary School, said students desks are placed 6 feet apart. Students are required to wear masks at all times.

Second, third graders return to hybrid learning

ADALINE GRACE, Evergreen social media editor January 21, 2021

Pullman elementary schools welcomed second and third graders back in the classroom via hybrid learning on Tuesday, after kindergarteners and first graders returned to school earlier this month. After...

“No Record, COVID grade” does not count as a withdrawal and will not limit a student’s ability to repeat a class, said Mary Wack, vice provost for undergraduate education.

WSU adds new grade system

BRADLEY GAMBLE, Evergreen reporter December 3, 2020

WSU created a new grade system for fall 2020 and spring 2021 for students whose academics were affected by COVID-19 related challenges. “No Record, COVID grade” will lessen the impact of a...

Rebecca Van de Vord, WSU Global Campus vice chancellor of academic affairs, said she is a WSU alumna and has been with the university for 20 years.

WSU Global Campus appoints two alumnae as first vice chancellors

BROOKLYNN HILLEMANN August 24, 2020

Two WSU alumnae will serve as the first vice chancellors for WSU Global Campus.  Rebecca Van de Vord, WSU Global Campus vice chancellor of academic affairs, said she will also continue her current...

Regardless of circumstance, there are ways to make the best of online learning. This semester still provides some unique opportunities.

OPINION: Fall semester is what you decide to make it

SARAH DANIELS August 16, 2020

I am a senior this year at WSU, which means not only am I so close to graduating, but I’m so close to all of my collegiate experiences ending and my career beginning. So how do we, as students, navigate...

This pandemic, as terrible as it is, will bring Cougs closer together and build community bonds.

OPINION: Coronavirus will foster greater community at WSU

MACKENNA ROWE August 16, 2020

One of the very first sentences freshmen hear when joining the WSU family is, "Cougs help Cougs." That motto has not changed despite the new circumstances for the fall semester. Although the Cougar community...

Courses will be taught in a mixture of face-to-face instruction, distance learning and online. Students are encouraged to develop their personal methods of organization to prepare for fall.

WSU administration discloses more details about fall classes

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen editor-in-chief July 14, 2020

Fall instruction will incorporate different types of teaching models, and students will be expected to follow specific classroom protocols to ensure the safety of other students and instructors.  “These...

Having structure while learning is important and this makes Zoom the better option for students.

OPINION: Zoom is better than pre-recorded lectures

ANTHONY TORCHIA April 9, 2020

Since WSU’s transition to distance-learning methods due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic, two main methods are in use by instructors to teach their classes: Zoom lecture sessions or pre-recorded lectures....

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