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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

STEM courses will be taught in English to help with fluency.

Researcher works to improve STEM in Central Asia

JUSTIN WASHINGTON, Evergreen research editor March 23, 2022

A WSU researcher is collaborating with Central Asian universities to strengthen their STEM curriculum. The collaboration will involve universities in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan with a curriculum focused...

James Owusu Asare attended WSU to study math, but he also continued to write poetry. His collection of poems now exceeds 300.

When math, poetry intersect

ELIZA CALLIS October 21, 2020

Seven-year-old James Owusu Asare sat in his family's home writing lines of poetry — a hobby he has continued to work on. Asare’s father was an English teacher and taught him to read at a very young...

Farmwella co-founders Cedric Habiyaremye and Cornelius Adewales vision for the company is to shift the way of thinking about farming in Africa by providing sustainable resources to start up more farms.

Alumni work to improve productivity of African farming

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor October 4, 2020

Two WSU alumni are working to make farming more profitable and sustainable for farmers in Africa through their agricultural start-up company Farmwella.  Farmers in Africa often lack resources, infrastructure...

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