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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

Coby Boyd, fifth-year civil engineering student, said his grades remained steady from the transition from online learning back to in-person.

Students reflect on current semester, online learning

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports editor November 1, 2021

As the end of fall semester approaches, some WSU students are looking back on the pros and cons of in-person versus online learning. Coby Boyd, fifth-year civil engineering major, said online classes...

There has not been a decision as to whether unvaccinated students will have to follow social distancing guidelines in the fall, but they will still be required to wear masks.

Certain WSU COVID-19 guidelines set to go away in fall

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor June 1, 2021

WSU faculty members and other select university staff will have the option to ask students to verify their vaccination statuses in the fall, but are not required to do so.  “There are really...

“Anybody coming to campus is still required to attest that they havent been experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, and people still have to wear masks.”

At least 63 percent of classes to be held completely in-person

VICTORIA GIOMI, Evergreen reporter May 25, 2021

WSU Pullman expects to return to some degree of normalcy in the fall with over half of students back on campus and participating in in-person learning.  University Registrar Matthew Zimmerman said...

International students should reach out to WSU’s Office of International Programs if they are concerned about returning to in-person learning.

Remote learning remains option for students unable to return to campus

MELINA ERNST, Evergreen reporter May 20, 2021

Asynchronous learning options will remain available to WSU students who are not returning to campus for in-person classes this fall.  WSU recommends students who are unable or hesitant to return to...

“It’s going to be a little bit easier for us because of the fact that half the school hasn’t been on campus [yet]. Nobody really knows what they’re doing,” incoming freshman Julianna Mill said.

‘It was my dream school since I was a little kid’

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor May 18, 2021

As members of the class of 2021 say their goodbyes, new students are preparing to start their days at WSU while still in a worldwide pandemic. Incoming freshman Julianna Mill said she decided to come...

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