The Daily Evergreen

Sheryl Crow comes to Pullman

Stephen M. Dowell | MCT Campus

April 10, 2015


Filed under News

Nine-time Grammy award winner Sheryl Crow will perform for Washington State University students and their mothers for Mom’s Weekend. Crow will sing songs from her new album "Feels Like Home," as well as fans’ favorites from previous albums. The concert will take place in Beasley Coliseum, Saturday...

antiques

antiques

John Walker | MCT Campus

March 6, 2015


Filed under Best Of The Palouse

 Much of the decor Charleen and John Mullen use in their home in Mariposa, California, are items they found at second hand stores, junk shops, yard sales, antique shops or salvaged by John, a contractor....

Multiculturalism in mental healthcare

Multiculturalism in mental healthcare

ALYSEN BOSTON | Evergreen reporter

February 11, 2015


Filed under News

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

Researchers housing big, bang energy

By MINNA LEE | Evergreen reporter

January 28, 2015


Filed under News

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...

Stalker Awareness Month critiques celebrity victim-blaming

Stalker Awareness Month critiques celebrity victim-blaming

Michelle Chan | Evergreen Columnist

January 22, 2015


Filed under Opinion

January is National Stalking Awareness Month. In honor of this serious and oft-overlooked issue of violence against women, it’s an ideal time for our student body to reflect on their role as conscious advocates in discussions about gender-based violence.Not long ago, the headlines sung of the tumult...

Waiting to say “I do”

Waiting to say “I do”

Christina Theel| Evergreen Columnist

January 22, 2015


Filed under Opinion

According to a Pew Research Center (PRC) study last year, the Millennial generation is waiting to say their “I do's” longer than previous generations.Only 26 percent of our generation is married. When they were the age that Millennials are now, 36 percent of Generation X, 48 percent of Baby Boome...

Green catches the ball

Dirk Shadd | MCT Campus

December 11, 2014


Filed under Sports

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (18) makes a 13-yard touchdown catch, which went on to be the game winner, on a pass from Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (14), beating Tampa Bay Buccaneers free safety Dashon Goldson (38) and cornerback Leonard Johnson (29) to take the lead 13-10 during the...

National program for mental health

National program for mental health

Renee C. Byer

November 14, 2014


Filed under Opinion

Albert Garcia still hears the voices and knows what it's like to grapple with a crippling psychosis. But, at age 57, he has his disease under control, and he will be a key player - a "peer support'' counselor - as four Minnesota counties roll out a new strategy to expand mental health care for adole...

Keep internet open and free

Keep internet open and free

Kathryn Anderson| Evergreen Columnist

November 13, 2014


Filed under Opinion

On Monday, President Obama released a video in favor of open internet, urging the FCC to do all in its power to keep the internet open to everyone. Because the internet has become such an integral part of our daily lives, it should be protected so that all are given the equal opportunity to useThis is a...

Raise the wage

Raise the wage

Bryan Allen | Evergreen columnist

November 6, 2014


Filed under Opinion

You return home from a long day at work filled with unreasonable customers and taking orders from a management team dedicated to squeezing every penny out of you.Your feet are sore because you’ve been standing for the last eight hours. A stale odor emits from your work uniform and the grease from the fry...

Felix Hernandez

Felix Hernandez

LINDSEY WASSON | MCT Campus

September 25, 2014


Filed under Sports

Seattle Mariners starting pitcher Felix Hernandez breathes out as he walks back to the dugout after allowing a long pop fly to Houston Astros third baseman Matt Dominguez, which was eventually caught by Mariners center fielder Austin Jackson, during the second inning on Monday, Sept. 8, 2014, at Safe...

Tracking butterflies with convicts: A WSU research story

Tracking butterflies with convicts: A WSU research story

BY HALEY WATKINS | Evergreen reporter

September 19, 2014


Filed under News

Max security prisoners located at the Washington State Penitentiary are setting butterflies free this week.David James, Ph.D., is an entomologist at Washington State University, has inmates volunteering to participate in one of his studies.The inmates recently began releasing the butterflies in the or...

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