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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

The Board of Regents voted to approve a new name for the Presidents House on Nov. 18.

WSU renames President’s House in honor of Ida Lou Anderson

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen reporter November 30, 2022

WSU’s President’s House will be officially renamed in honor of former faculty member Ida Lou Anderson, following a vote of approval by the Board of Regents on Nov. 18. WSU Pullman Chancellor Elizabeth...

Volunteer firefighter Blake Blauert cooks hashbrowns during Lincoln County Fire District Fours annual Hunters Breakfast fundraiser, Oct. 15, in Reardan, Wash.

Daily Evergreen reporters take the plunge

In under 24 hours, The Daily Evergreen reporters drove to rural communities, many of which they had never heard of before, and searched for local stories of what makes their town unique.  Sponsored...

“She’s surpassed everyone who has taught her at Murrow, but she still has that same core of curiosity, initiative and voice that occupies her writing 10 years later,” said Benjamin Shors, Journalism and Media Production chair for the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication.

WSU alumna finds success writing at LA Times

LIAM CONNORS, Deputy news editor April 10, 2022

In 2012, then-WSU student and Daily Evergreen news reporter Andrea Castillo faced issues of self-doubt and wondered if her aspirations of being a print journalist were just a naive attempt to somehow change...

Award-winning journalist Ann Curry will receive the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication Lifetime Achievement Award at this years Murrow Symposium.

Murrow Symposium returns to Pullman

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports editor April 3, 2022

The Murrow Symposium is returning to the Pullman campus for the first time in three years and will offer students the chance to connect and learn from communication industry professionals. “We came...

Pictured left to right, students Abby Davis, Sona Porter, Nichole Bascue and Rick Sinnett with U.S. Embassy Spokesman Jim Hagengruber and scholarly assistant professor Alison Boggs.

Students to write articles about Serbia spring break trip

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor March 22, 2022

Instead of leaving the country for a relaxing spring break, a group of four WSU students traveled over 5,000 miles to Belgrade, Serbia to experience a diverse media environment and create news articles...

Award-winning journalist Ann Curry will receive the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication Lifetime Achievement Award at this years Murrow Symposium.

Ann Curry to receive Lifetime Achievement Award at Murrow Symposium

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports editor January 31, 2022

The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication announced they will recognize award-winning journalist Ann Curry at the 2022 Murrow Symposium. Curry’s most prolific work includes her global humanitarian...

Sara Stout, director of student services for the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, created the Murrow First Mentoring Program.

Murrow College launches first-generation mentoring program

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports editor December 2, 2021

The WSU Edward R. Murrow College of Communication shifted its mentoring program this semester to focus on first-generation college students. The newly named Murrow First program aims to assist first-generation...

ASWSU senators confirmed four individuals into open positions during a meeting Wednesday night.

ASWSU senators confirm several open positions

MOLLY WILK, Evergreen reporter October 28, 2021

ASWSU senators confirmed several individuals into unfilled positions at a meeting Wednesday night.  Senior psychology major Lauren Moffat was confirmed into the open executive assistant role.  Moffat...

ASWSU senators vote on campus-related issues and decide how to move forward during a meeting in the Compton Union Building.

ASWSU works to fill open senate position

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor October 20, 2021

Two applicants applied for the open ASWSU Murrow College senator position after Sean Doster resigned several weeks ago.  Doster, senior strategic communications major, said he resigned because he is...

Jeremy Watson, Edward R. Murrow College of Communication academic adviser, said after he retired from the Navy, he felt like something was missing in his life — the ability to mentor people.

‘Your coach, your mentor, your cheerleader’

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor September 15, 2021

The role of a college adviser often involves being the bearer of bad news. But to some, nothing beats the sight of a student reaching the finish line.  Thousands of students, staff and faculty...

WSU senior Sherwin Francies was born in India but spent much of his life growing up in Kuwait.

International student chases opportunity around globe

TIMOTHY FAIRBANKS-CLOUSER April 28, 2021

Sherwin Francies never quite knows what to say when people ask him where he is from. The international student was born in India but spent much of his life growing up in Kuwait. Francies, senior public...

Angelica Relente, former Evergreen editor-in-chief, is a legislative intern for the Columbia Basin Herald. After graduating in May, Relente will be moving to Tacoma for a summer internship with The Tacoma News Tribune. 

Former editor-in-chief advocates for diversity

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter April 28, 2021

Editor's Note: The reporter, Jayce Carral, worked with Angelica Relente for several semesters at The Daily Evergreen. Angelica Relente remembers walking into a conference in Seattle, Washington, along...

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