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“Helping people who have been in similar shoes as me is something that I see for myself,

First-generation student breaks boundaries

ABBY DAVIS, Evergreen managing editor April 29, 2021

Cristalina Ramirez remembers going to the fields in East Wenatchee as a young girl and watching her siblings and mother pick seasonal fruit, whether that was pears, apples, asparagus or cherries. As...

ASWSU President Curtis Cohen said he is working with a few other senators to advocate for a more robust student resource portal because it is currently difficult to find resources. 

ASWSU Senate discusses transportation, Cougar Health Services parking fee

ABBY DAVIS, Evergreen managing editor April 15, 2021

ASWSU Senators received news they will not vote on a five percent student transportation fee increase during a meeting Wednesday.    Fee updates Graduate and Professional Student Association Senators...

ASWSU senators  confirmed Martin Navarrete-Contreras, junior construction management major, as co-chair of MEChA.
He said he felt out of place when he transferred to the Pullman campus, and MEChA’s meetings made him feel welcome.

ASWSU senators confirm MEChA co-chair

MATT HOLM October 29, 2020

ASWSU senators heard from the Environmental Sustainability Alliance about funding issues with its Green Fund, confirmed the Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlán co-chair and amended its bylaws in...

Food donations to the WSU Office for Access and Opportunity food pantry wait to be packaged for students.

WSU provides ‘one-stop-shop’ for students to pick up food

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen roots editor April 15, 2020

Food pantries across WSU Pullman pooled their resources to provide one place for students to pick up food and hygiene supplies. Anna Schilter, principal assistant to the Dean of Students, said the...

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