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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

New grants meant to help fight food insecurity among students, among other issues

New grants available to help fight food and housing insecurity

TAYLOR DAVIS, Evergreen reporter September 14, 2023

WSU has been awarded two grants to help with fighting Food and Housing Insecurity, totaling $680,000. Heather Case, Associate Dean of Students, said she is working with the Washington Student Achievement...

Aspen Heights, Jan. 12, 2023.

Time is Ticking: Students continue to be ghosted by Aspen Heights

GABRIELLE BOWMAN, Evergreen news co-editor January 13, 2023

Students are still awaiting entry to their apartments at Aspen Heights as of Thursday.  Aspen Heights promised its residents that move-in dates would happen in the fall semester 2022, however, just...

Rogers Hall remains closed for renovations

Rogers Hall remains closed for renovations

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor September 8, 2022

Rogers Hall is and will remain closed for the rest of the academic year for renovations starting October. The renovations are mainly mechanical and aesthetic upgrades, like redoing the 12th-floor lounge...

Domestic short-hair Milo comforts sophomore Zahra Keith when she is feeling stressed.

Emotional support animals provide comfort for students living on campus

PUNEET BSANTI, Deputy news editor February 7, 2022

Students living on campus may register pets as emotional support animals to help them with their mental health. When a student is able to register for an emotional support animal, the animal is able...

Students living on campus who test positive for COVID-19 are sequestered in McEachern Hall for quarantine.

WSU houses COVID-19-positive students in McEachern Hall

CALLIE GERBER, Evergreen reporter January 17, 2022

McEachern Hall is continuing to house students who have contracted COVID-19. If a student contracts COVID-19, there are processes in place to keep the WSU community safe.  First, there are a variety...

The drafted comprehensive plan will be completed by June or July, then presented to the public. Around December, it will be presented to the county commissioners for approval.

County to revitalize goals, priorities for land development

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen roots editor February 15, 2021

Whitman County officials are seeking public input to update its comprehensive plan that will determine priorities for land development in the next 20 years. The county comprehensive plan focuses on...

The WSU Office for Access and Opportunity is offering grab-and-go bags to students, which include some type of protein, grain, fruit and other snacks.

Community Action Center hosts webinar about resources for students

ADALINE GRACE, Evergreen social media editor February 5, 2021

WSU students are able to attend a webinar at 3:30 p.m. today via Zoom to learn more about various food resources available at the Community Action Center.  The WSU Office for Access and Opportunity...

Students should get tested before leaving Pullman for the holidays, WSU officials say.

WSU asks students to stay home after Thanksgiving break

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor November 19, 2020

WSU officials encouraged students who leave for Thanksgiving break not to return to Pullman to prevent the spread in a COVID-19 Town Hall 5 p.m. Wednesday. Students should plan to be home for two months...

Recently-introduced housing guidelines mandate that bedrooms should have no more than two people in them at any given time, and communal spaces should have no more than five people.

Greek, congregate housing under new guidance

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen roots editor October 29, 2020

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee issued new guidelines for Greek and congregate housing at institutions of higher education, limiting the number of people allowed to live in a unit because of COVID-19. The guidance...

Students living off campus will have to deal with a whole new set of housing issues like landlords, rent and utilities.

OPINION: Dealing with your first apartment

GRACE LAPIERRE October 6, 2020

My mother’s first apartment with my father was nicknamed “the rat hole.” She told me about the train tracks nearby that made the building shake, the puke-yellow plastic table they owned and several...

The 24-hour virtual Hack-a-House event will encourage university students to create ways to make housing more affordable nationwide.

Registration open for virtual hackathon

BRADLEY GAMBLE, Evergreen reporter September 14, 2020

WSU is co-sponsoring a 24-hour virtual Hack-a-House event where students can improve affordable housing in the U.S. by creating policies and design elements.  The event educates students about issues...

Ask Emma gives advice to those who want to live in apartment this year. You can find a place through WSU Free & For Sale pages, as well as Reddit.

Ask Emma: What should I do about my apartment?

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor August 24, 2020

Dear Emma, Hello! With all of the troubles going on with WSU announcing the move to online classes, I am struggling quite a bit with my apartment situation. Thinking ahead of time, I applied for an...

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