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 student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Leslie Brunelli, finance and administration executive vice president, presenting FY23s operating revenue compared to previous years

Faculty senate reviews finances over three years

SHERIDAN ROBBINS, Evergreen reporter March 2, 2024

Leslie Brunelli, finance and administration executive vice president, assessed the budget for Fiscal year 2023, the progress of FY24 and the budget plans for FY25 at Thursday’s faculty senate meeting. Brunelli's...

Board of Regents meeting about WSU Athletics defict

Board of Regents approve WSU Athletics deficit plan

GABRIELLE BOWMAN, Evergreen news co-editor June 22, 2023

WSU’s Board of Regents met Jun 9 and approved the athletic budget adjustment for 2023, the transfers to cover the 2023 athletics deficit, approval of the athletic budget for 2024 and the delegation of...

Commerce has been around for centuries and has contributed to the advancement of our society. However, it is important to recognize its faults.

Survival of the richest

JUSTIN WASHINGTON, Evergreen research editor November 15, 2021

I have always said if you want to control someone’s life, all you need to do is make them financially dependent on you. It is eerie, but it is true. Money is what gives us access to our most basic...

There is a lack of research about foster youths’ finances, so states do not know the best way to prepare them for adulthood, says Amy Salazar, assistant professor for human development at WSU Vancouver.

Multiple factors affect foster youths’ finances

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter April 15, 2021

Researchers found that two factors help determine a foster youth’s financial capability: their age and whether they have supportive adults in their life who they can ask about finances. As they get...

The community’s biggest need that we have right now is for children and adolescents. [Children] have a hard time managing some of these stresses,” said Karly Port, executive director at PRH Clinic Network.

Hospital discusses visitor guidelines, mental health

TRINITY WILLSEY, Evergreen reporter February 5, 2021

The Pullman Regional Hospital Board of Commissioners discussed new guidelines for hospital visitors of terminal patients, the current financial status of the hospital and COVID-19 effects on mental health...

WSU submitted a capital budget request for $139,400,000 to the state, which will finance 10 projects, said Kate Kamerrer, WSU executive director of facilities, finance and building services.

WSU submits biennial budget proposal for 2021-23

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen roots editor October 19, 2020

WSU submitted a $422.1 million budget proposal for 2021-23, which will finance the construction and renovation of buildings on the WSU Pullman campus. The proposal includes the capital and operating...

Pullman City Hall now has solar panels installed on its roof. The panels are estimated to last for more than 30 years.

Installment of solar panels to save city $10,000 a year

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter August 25, 2020

The City of Pullman finished the installment of solar panels for the new City Hall and Parks, Facilities and Recreation building in downtown. Kevin Gardes, City of Pullman public works director, said...

Holland and Terrell libraries will no longer operate until midnight starting this semester

WSU libraries limit use of online film service to save money

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter June 10, 2020

WSU faculty members will now have to file a request form in order to access a Kanopy Film Service movie.  Kanopy is an online platform used by WSU to allow classes to watch films together at no cost...

Load More Stories