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Trust and well-being are related. When students feel confident and connected, they are more likely to enjoy the benefits of their college experience.

Students’ trust in college depends on leadership

ANNE-MARIE GREGGS, Evergreen reporter April 22, 2021

Students’ level of trust in a college can impact overall educational experience, WSU researchers found. The research found that trust can influence whether a student will finish college as well as...

Children should learn to embrace other cultures

OPINION: Parents should teach their children about race

DIANA RIOS February 11, 2021

People have become more conscious about concepts like race, gender identity, sexuality and ultimately their own personal biases that revolve around these deeper notions. Younger generations are striving...

“Racism is a problem for white folks to fix,” said Lisa Guerrero, WSU professor of comparative ethnic studies and American studies and culture. “The people who hold the power have to change the problem.”

WSU resource center hosts workshop on systemic racism, privilege

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen roots editor October 19, 2020

WSU’s Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center held an event on Saturday to discuss systemic racism and the benefits of correcting behavior rather than labeling someone as racist...

Apartheid intensified racial divides in South Africa. One law banned interracial marriages and sexual relations between Black and white South Africans.

Panelists analyze memoir about life during apartheid

ANGELICA RELENTE, Evergreen editor-in-chief September 25, 2020

Three individuals discussed their thoughts on Trevor Noah’s “Born a Crime” on Thursday at a virtual panel hosted by WSU’s Global Learning Program. They also shared their experiences growing up...

Steve Way, actor and comedian with muscular dystrophy, will speak about healthcare for Americans with disabilities from 3-4:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Access Center, disabled students club host virtual disability awareness series

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter September 14, 2020

Speakers will emphasize how intersectionality affects those who live with disabilities during a WSU-systemwide virtual disability awareness series this fall. Events will start this Wednesday and continue...

The anti-racist resource guide is available online at WSU Libraries. The guide includes a list of books about race and racism.

WSU librarian compiles list of anti-racist resources

CHERYL AARNIO, Evergreen reporter July 22, 2020

A WSU librarian created a resource guide of books to encourage conversation about race and racism. After the murder of George Floyd, there was a lot of self examination, both for individuals and for...

When Samantha King-Shaw was a freshman on the WSU track and field team, she did not feel accepted as a bisexual and biracial person. However, two years later, she found a place she could be herself in the Queer Intersectional Association and PERIOD.

WSU student confronts reality of being bisexual, biracial woman

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter July 13, 2020

Finding accepting people and an accepting community who acknowledge her as a multifaceted being is something Samantha King-Shaw, a biracial and bisexual woman, has been working on for a while now.  “Once...

Community members met Sunday evening at the Gladish Community & Cultural Center to protest the death of George Floyd, a 46-year-old man who was killed by police officers in Minneapolis.

‘I shouldn’t have to put it on a sign for people to know that I’m worthy of life’

JAYCE CARRAL and ANGELICA RELENTE May 31, 2020

A demonstrator waved a pole with the American flag hung upside-down. People waved posters that read “I can’t breathe” and “A riot is the language of the unheard” in the air. About 100 demonstrators...

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