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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

Two visitors entering for the first time the Daedalums main dome, which Architects of Air designed after the Pantheon of Rome, April 15.

Kaleidoscope of color

GABRIELLE FELICIANO, Evergreen life editor April 25, 2023

Hundreds of people came to see the inflated kaleidoscope of color on Grimes Way Playfield from April 13–14. Designed by Architects of Air and brought to WSU by the Student Entertainment Board, the...

WSU running back Max Borghi (21) waves to camera while running onto the field before a college football game against the University of Arizona at Martin Stadium, Friday, Nov. 19, 2021, in Pullman, Wash.

My experience photographing football as a non-football fan

MASON MARON February 17, 2023

With the Super Bowl just behind us, I’m happy to see football discussion dying down in casual conversations again.  This isn’t because I have anything against football, of course; it’s just because...

No matter what hobby you choose to indulge in, there are plenty of content creators to help you get started.

Content Creators: Women’s History Month

LANNAN RUIZ March 23, 2022

Women’s History Month is filled with opportunities to learn from the past and celebrate our future. Here are some content creators for different hobbies and activities. Find one you like, and follow...

Brown loves capturing couples that are in love because they look at each other like their worlds revolve around each other.

Photographer captures ‘tangible’ love

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief April 26, 2021

As spring commencement creeps closer, seniors have been out and about taking their graduation photos.  Liv Brown is a wife, mom and photographer based in Spokane, Washington.  Brown...

Depth of field, lighting — all of these factors play into the ideal photo.

OPINION: Improve your photography skills

MADELINE GREER December 8, 2020

The semester is coming to a close, and winter break is upon us. Finally, multiple weeks of little-to-no schoolwork or exams. However, this winter break will be different compared to other years because...

Madison Rosenbaum, WSU Tri-Cities alumna and photographer, said photography is a way to capture people’s experience in real time.

‘Photos can be a powerful truth-teller’

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen editor-in-chief June 30, 2020

For Madison Rosenbaum, photography is more than just an art to document moments. “I think photos can be a powerful truth-teller,” said WSU Tri-Cities alumna Rosenbaum. “I always believe that storytelling...

Joni Cobarrubias graduated spring 2020. She was involved in multiple organizations, ran two businesses and worked at the Asian American and Pacific Islander Student Center.

‘I learned a lot about work ethic’

JENNA GEELAN, Evergreen reporter and columnist June 1, 2020

Joni Cobarrubias graduated spring 2020 with a drive to continue building the photography and Etsy businesses she started while she was still in school. Cobarrubias, a recent graduate from the Edward...

Even with social distancing you can flex your graduation to others by taking photos and sending out announcements.

OPINION: Go crazy for graduation

HALEY BRICKWEDEL April 26, 2020

Graduation is still happening for many students this year. It may look a little different, with so many things changing due to COVID-19. As a senior myself, I wanted a “normal” graduation. I worked...

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