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Shakirah Muhammad spent two summers interning at the Aurora Veterinary Hospital. This year looked different with COVID-19.
HANNAH FLORES, Evergreen reporter September 16, 2020

Shakirah Muhammad wrote in her second-grade journal that she wanted to be an “animal helper.” Now, more than 10 years later, she has spent her past two summers at a veterinary hospital working toward...

‘She speaks for what she believes in’

Kaylah Blas developed her leadership skills during her time at WSU by being involved with Chi Delta Sigma sorority and other organizations.
JENNA GEELAN, Evergreen reporter June 28, 2020

WSU alumna Kaylah Blas took a leap of faith by leaving her Californian home to attend WSU, being the first in her family to do so.  Blas packed her schedule by being involved with the Asian Pacific...

OPINION: ASWSU just pays lip service to POC

JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen columnist March 8, 2020

The multicultural debate last Wednesday disappointed me. In a forum for discussion about what each of the candidates planned to do for people of color at WSU, I walked out with no idea what anybody planned...

Administration must follow through on promises

 Alejandra Martinez, chair for WSU Queer People of Color and Allies and co-chair of MEChA, explains her hope this year for the WSU administration to work with those who are marginalized and to make WSU a more inclusive place Monday afternoon in the CUB.
LUKE HUDSON, Evergreen columnist January 10, 2018

Following the August sit-in at the Lighty Student Services building, protesters demanded more support and resources for multicultural and minority students. Despite responding to the list of demands with...

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