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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

Musfirah Khan 2024 Graduate of the Edward R. Murrow College. Courtesy of Musfirah Khan

Impromptu journalist

Sherdan Robbins and GABRIELLE BOWMAN May 2, 2024

Musfirah Khan is graduating from the WSU Murrow College of Communication this weekend.  Khan, senior multimedia journalism major, is originally from Seattle and started working for The Daily Evergreen,...

Chris and Kim Jose with their daughter, Aaliyah-Iris Tabaquin.

WSU Global graduate’s miracle baby was born on graduation day

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief May 30, 2023

WSU Global Campus student Chris Jose took cap and gown photos with his wife, Kim, in a Labor and Delivery room the night before his graduation commencement, not expecting his daughter to be born just a...

Damien Alvarado and Brinkley Hill in graduation regalia.

From Murrow to Medford, a budding WSU love story

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor May 4, 2023

After they first met at a Cable 8 Productions informational meeting, Brinkley Hill went home and told her roommates about the people she met. Her roommates said that one of the guys, Damien Alvarado, sounded...

Photo editor set to begin his life in wildlife photography

Photo editor set to begin his life in wildlife photography

TREVOR JUNT, Evergreen deputy sports editor May 4, 2023

Mason Maron is one of the most interesting people in the Daily Evergreen newsroom. He is graduating Saturday with a major in wildlife ecology and conservation sciences and a minor in forestry. He has been...

Deputy photo editor Hailee Speir in graduation regalia.

Deputy photo editor will tackle Master’s program after graduation

SAYDEE PHOTHIVONGSA, Evergreen news editor May 4, 2023

Hailee Speir is a Coug through and through — even though she did not want to come to WSU at first. “I think she really embodies that trite cliche ‘Cougs help Cougs,’ Hailee helps other Cougs,...

Photo editor Mason Maron and a hawk, March 2021, Benge, Wash.

Letter from the editor: Finishing up as photo editor

MASON MARON May 4, 2023

About four years ago now, I made the decision to attend WSU. It was a strange time, leaving behind my home, family and many of the friends I had made since moving to Washington nine years prior. There...

Carson Holland, Daily Evergreen copyeditor and food columnist.

Food columnist moving on after five years at WSU, four years at Evergreen

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief May 3, 2023

When Carson Holland first stepped foot on the WSU campus, he had a different idea of where he wanted to be; five years later, he is set to receive his second degree on Saturday. Holland, Daily Evergreen...

Anna Michalson leaves the Evergreen, but the Evergreen will never leave her.

What started as a poem changed this graduates career path

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor December 8, 2022

“turtles  turtles  Eleven  or  More  some  on  the  ceiling   and  some on the floor  some  in  the  sky  and  some  on  the  ground  there  are  turtles  all     around   Turtles ...

Students shop in the Cougar Food Pantry in the CUB, Nov. 15.

GPSA approves increased funding for food pantry

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor November 16, 2022

The WSU Graduate and Professional Student Association approved a one-time payment of $2,000 to the Cougar Food Pantry at last week’s meeting on Monday. GPSA President Sam Edgerton said she and a few...

Tammy Barry adresses GPSA

GPSA addresses mental health, international student costs

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor August 30, 2022

On Monday, WSU’s Graduate and Professional Student Association held its inaugural meeting for this school year. Tammy Barry, vice provost for graduate and professional education, took up the majority...

Internships, work and changing ones major contribute to the decision to attend WSU for an additional year.

WSU sees decrease in fifth-year seniors

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor August 24, 2022

Recent data from WSU’s Institutional Research shows 21.6% of students from 2017 are current fifth-year seniors — a 2.4% decrease compared to the fifth-year senior population in 2021. The percentage...

Brooklyn Walter, director of WSU’s Writing Center, said students will now need to submit two papers online.

WSU changes requirements of University Writing Portfolio

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter October 13, 2020

The WSU Writing Program made changes to the University Writing Portfolio, which include having students reflect on their papers and eliminating the timed writing portion. Students will now need to submit...

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