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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

WRAP is a resource for everyone.

WRAP: A local peer support group for mental illness

ANGEL IKUEZE, Evergreen reporter March 22, 2023

Editor's note: This piece has been updated on April 4, 2023, to include more information about WRAP. Wellness, Recovery, Action, Planning. That is what WRAP, a peer support group for mental illness,...

Emma dives deep into how you can stay healthy on your own terms.

Ask Emma: How do I stay healthy in Pullman?

ANNIE HAGER September 21, 2022

Editors note: Even though Emma Ledbetter has graduated, the Daily Evergreen has decided to continue the Ask Emma segment with a new author in honor of our friend Emma and all the people she has helped. Dear...

A student walks past the Cougar Health Services psychological department on the south side of campus.

WSU addresses mental, physical health needs on campus

SANDI KOBIESA, Multimedia editor August 17, 2022

As Cougs return to Pullman, they can use health and wellness services WSU offers if they are struggling with mental health or need to make a doctor's appointment.   Cougar Health Services Cougar...

Palouse Care Network cuts the ribbon on its new location in Pullman at an open house event on June 18.

Palouse Care Network now offers free, low-cost health care in Pullman

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief June 20, 2022

Editor's note: a follow-up article has been published containing more details about Palouse Care Network.  Palouse Care Network opened a second location in Pullman on Monday, creating opportunities...

We are now in a position where life can somewhat resume as we once knew it. However, some are not ready for the return.

Ill effects of illness

JUSTIN WASHINGTON, Evergreen research editor November 8, 2021

I want to preface my words by saying I am not an anti-masker, anti-vaxxer or a COVID-19 denier. The pandemic is still going on, and until it reaches endemic levels, it is important to keep safety in mind. On...

Madison Ruther, WSU junior kinesiology major, said although fitness classes shifted to an online format, University Recreation instructors took advantage of the chance to learn new workouts.

Fitness instructors reflect on remote classes

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen roots editor December 7, 2020

As fall comes to a close, WSU fitness instructors reflect on ways they made the most of teaching online classes amid COVID-19 regulations. The majority of this year was spent learning how to thrive...

WRAP is a resource for everyone.

OPINION: Support students with depression

PORTIA SIMMONS December 1, 2020

I have suffered from depression for many years and have amassed a wide range of experiences while dealing with it. I have had many unexpected reactions, and as I grew older, I realized that I was not alone....

While we may have to be inside now, taking a PE class next semester would be a great way to stay healthy while at school

OPINION: Take a PE class

ANTHONY TORCHIA March 24, 2020

For many students at WSU, getting a healthy amount of exercise is often difficult. While there are multiple recreational facilities located on campus, such as the UREC and Chinook Student Center, many...

Interim Provost Bryan Slinker speaks at a town hall regarding coronavirus on Tuesday afternoon in the Food Science and Human Nutrition building. He says officials are still deciding whether to hold online classes.


EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor March 10, 2020

WSU administrators held a town hall meeting to address the possibility of transitioning to online classes and ways to address race-based harassment stemming from COVID-19 on Tuesday. Bonnie de Vries,...

Members of Team Zephyr pose for a photo during the Hollomon Health Innovation Challenge last week. While the team did not place, they said they are looking forward to other competitions they qualified for.

Team Zephyr competes in health innovation


Team Zephyr of WSU competed last week at the fifth annual Hollomon Health Innovation Challenge. The team consists of bioengineering students Jackson Rieb, Kathryn Lober and Sarah Schroeder. They were...

Roughly 18 percent of the female population suffers from migraines, said Noel Nicolai, education coordinator for Pullman Regional Hospital.

Wellness Wednesday to focus on migraines, menstruation

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor March 9, 2020

This month’s Women’s Wellness Wednesday, hosted by Pullman Regional Hospital, will focus on migraines and the menstrual cycle. Neurologist Sarita Said-Said will speak at the event, which is from...

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