The Daily Evergreen

Fazzari said he could have gotten a free movie and dinner to himself. But he decided to call and he and his wife have been together for 20 years.

WSU couple met through matchmaking contest

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter March 2, 2021

Though Valentine’s Day has passed for the year, one couple still thinks about their first date on Valentine’s Day of 1999.  WSU alumni Joe and Carisa Fazzari met through a Valentine’s Day...

Sophia Rassch performs a ballet

Local dance instructor to teach in-person

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter January 28, 2021

What started as a six-year-old in an orange tutu following simple ballet steps turned into a life-long passion for dance instructor Sophia Raasch. Raasch, University of Idaho senior majoring in food...

Cougar Gold Cheese is made by student workers at the WSU Creamery. Cheeses of all flavors come in tins.

Bon Appetit Magazine gives Cougar Gold a glowing review

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter January 26, 2021

WSU Creamery received a substantial increase in Cougar Gold cheese sales after Bon Appetit Magazine published an article about the cheese on Jan. 14.  According to the article, the cheese is absolutely...

Yia Yia Nikki's is located at 1300 S. Grand Ave. in Pullman.

Oregon restaurant brings a taste of Greek life to Pullman

HANNAH FLORES, Evergreen reporter January 19, 2021

Monir Desouky and his family have worked in the food industry to bring Greek culture to the northwest for over 40 years.  Yia Yia Nikki’s has long been a local favorite in La Grande, Oregon,...

The Evergreen Roots editor looks to support WSU clubs and begin a series on pharmacy students.

Letter from the Editor: Excited for new experiences

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen roots editor January 19, 2021

I decided to apply to The Daily Evergreen after learning fall semester would be held exclusively online for most WSU students. I was looking for a way to still be involved on campus and to preserve my...

Letter from the Editor: The art of reinvention

Letter from the Editor: The art of reinvention

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen ROOTS editor August 17, 2020

As WSU students log into their first Zoom meetings of the semester, I hope they take this unusual time to grow. Growth can take many formats, whether it’s picking up a new hobby or finally listening...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The student voice of Washington State University since 1895
Roots section