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The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Some sororities, like Alpha Omicron Pi, keep drug tests on hand for sorority members.

Drugged drinks take toll on students this fall

FRANKIE BEER and LIAM CONNORS December 1, 2022

Editor's note: some sources wish to remain anonymous or be referred to by their first name for the sake of privacy.  A freshman psychology major and sorority member was walking with her friends Sept....

The City of Pullman said residents within the yellow area may need to boil their water until Tuesday although the map is an estimate, not an exact representation of the main water breaks impact.

Water main break still impacts water supply, roads

FRANKIE BEER, Evergreen news editor September 19, 2022

After Saturday’s water main break downtown, residents who are within the affected area should continue to boil water before drinking it until Tuesday if they are experiencing low water pressure or discoloration,...

Cougar Safe Rides will be operating at normal hours this semester

Cougar Safe Rides returns

ABBY DAVIS, Evergreen copy chief October 7, 2021

Cougar Safe Rides is back in operation and heading into its second weekend of the semester.  Last weekend, volunteers safely transported about 20 people, said Joshua Wagner, operations and program...

Jake Opgenorth, Pullman PD operations commander gave an update on the shooting that occurred early Saturday morning.

City Council works to change Pullman’s narrative, brand

MOLLY WILK, Evergreen reporter September 29, 2021

A presenter told Pullman City Council the city should leverage marketing to create identity and narrative for the city that is distinct from WSU. Ron Kresha, Golden Shovel Agency chief operating officer...

Several moose have been spotted in Pullman this year. Wildlife officers caution people to maintain their distance if they encounter a moose.

Moox Borgi causes wildlife safety awareness in Pullman

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief September 27, 2021

WSU students were all over the moose on the loose that came to town recently and even voted in an Instagram poll to name it Moox Borgi.  The moose was in town for about six days, said Grant Silver,...

Police officers are doing extra patrols this winter to prevent possible burglaries.

Police warn residents to lock homes before leaving town to prevent break-ins

TRINITY WILLSEY, Evergreen reporter December 10, 2020

The Pullman Police Department and WSU PD recommend students lock their windows, hide their valuables, and ask a neighbor to collect their mail and shovel their walkway before leaving town. Burglars...

Wildfire season is approaching, with 799 total fires in the state of Washington so far

Officials urge residents to practice fire safety

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter September 8, 2020

As wildfire season continues, officials urge residents to practice fire safety by fully extinguishing recreational fires, having an evacuation plan and wearing masks in smoky areas. The wildfire season...

Students and staff alike need to put their safety ahead of everything else when making decisions about the fall semester.

OPINION: WSU should prioritize student safety this fall

ADAM HUREAU June 3, 2020

There has been a lot of uncertainty recently about whether or not WSU will open up again in the fall. President Kirk Schulz has already made it clear that he wishes to move back to face-to-face instruction...

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