The Daily Evergreen

Why you should still pay attention to the NBA playoffs

Former SuperSonic Kevin Durant takes a shot on April, 8 2008.

CHRIS ARNESON | Evergreen columnist

April 21, 2017

With the NBA playoffs in full swing, Pacific Northwest basketball fans can be left wondering why they should pay attention to a league that isn’t doing a whole lot to reestablish a team in Seattle.Most Seattleites have been left with a cold feeling by the league that stole their Sonics in 2008, as...

Competition curbs waste

The winner of the Global Case Competition, Team Verde, plans to educate catadores - waste pickers - on the best techniques for finding recyclable plastic. Team members would also like to implement neighborhood cleanups and school-wide recycling competitions.

Phil Harris | wikimedia commons

April 13, 2015

A team of WSU students has the opportunity to travel to Manaus, Brazil after winning the Global Case Competition for its solutions to eliminate plastic waste. These ideas will be implemented by students in Manaus to conserve the area’s natural beauty and promote environmental sustainability.

Multiculturalism in mental healthcare

Washington State University researchers use survey results to improve mental healthcare, specifically post-traumatic stress disorder care, for Native Americans.

ALYSEN BOSTON | Evergreen reporter

February 11, 2015

Washington State University graduate students recently compiled the largest survey to date of the effects of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) on Native American veterans in order to provide more effective mental health treatment.Greg Urquhart and Matthew Hale began conducting the survey online and th...

Researchers housing big, bang energy

This is one of the huge particle detectors in the Large Hadron Collider, a 17 mile-long tunnel under the French-Swiss border. They're searching for evidence of what happened right after- and perhaps before- the Big Bang. (European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN)/MCT)

By MINNA LEE | Evergreen reporter

January 28, 2015

Science fiction tells tales of humans transcending space and time to discover new worlds and establish colonies among the stars. A group of Washington State researchers is learning to harness antimatter energy in hopes of blurring that line between fact and fiction.Antimatter is a convoluted subject o...

Nutty for granola

Basic Granola is a two-in-one recipe: You can serve it with milk for breakfast or sprinkle it over nonfat yogurt for dessert.

Maxwell Reister | Evergreen columnist

February 18, 2014

People rarely consider what food sounds like.Taste and smell may be the main culinary senses, but don’t underestimate importance of hearing when seeking out a satisfying meal. The bubbling of a pot of stew, the tinkle of ice cubes in a glass, the sizzle of a steak – each of these contributes to your ...

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