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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

Teaching intersectionality one book at a time

Teaching intersectionality one book at a time

JUSTIN WASHINGTON, Evergreen research editor March 31, 2022

A WSU student researcher wants to incorporate intersectionality in ninth-grade classrooms with young adult literature. Bailey Inama presented her project at the 2022 Showcase for Undergraduate Research...

OPINION: Is the junior writing portfolio necessary? 

OPINION: Is the junior writing portfolio necessary? 

GRACE LAPIERRE March 18, 2021

I had to take the junior writing portfolio timed write early because I was seen as a junior, despite not actually being in my third year of college. I love writing, but I hate the way that the portfolio...

Critiques of writing and art are always tough to get right, but it’s important to always be respectful.

OPINION: Constructive criticism should always stay constructive

HANNA YUZYUK November 19, 2020

If you do not want to be criticized, do not create anything. In different areas of art, such as drawing, music, poetry and writing, authors can face negative opinions about their work. It happens very...

English majors and historians may have a lot in common, but they differ on their writing styles significantly.

OPINION: English writing differs significantly from historical writing

GRACE LAPIERRE November 4, 2020

English and history are both writing-heavy majors. Majoring in both myself, I find I am rarely faced with an exam but instead always have an essay to write. The way I approach essays for English versus...

The INTO WSU Academic English Program’s goal is to help international undergraduate and graduate students increase their English language proficiency.

WSU offers English-improving program to international students for fall

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter July 17, 2020

Faculty members from the WSU Intensive American Language Center are working with Global Campus instructional designers to offer students an English-improving program online for fall.  Kate Hellmann,...

From children to adults, reading has something to offer everybody.

OPINION: Rediscover reading

ADAM HUREAU July 8, 2020

We are reading less and less. About 27 percent of U.S adults haven’t read a book in the past year, according to the Pew Research Center. Another study from the Washington Post found a 30 percent decline...

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