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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

Columnist Carson Holland ate Ethiopian Firfir at Feast World kitchen in downtown Spokane.

Bite of the Palouse: Feast World Kitchen serves amazing variety

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist July 28, 2022

As summertime in Pullman slowly comes to an end and the school year creeps ever forward, I found myself once more in Spokane looking for some good eateries. Like a lighthouse in the dark ocean, I found...

Bite of Spokane: Betty Jean’s BBQ is worth the wait

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist June 2, 2022

For WSU students, summer is officially here. For many, that means going back home or taking a vacation.  While I may be staying in Pullman over the summer, Spokane is only a short drive away, providing...

Carson Holland enjoys jerk spicy sticky ribs at Vieux Carré.

Vieux Carré offers upscale blast of Cajun taste

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist December 1, 2021

As the days are getting colder, warm and delicious food becomes more of a hot commodity. There are a few things more satisfying than walking out into the cool night with a full and happy stomach. The experience...

WSU sophomore Milo Edwards, right, said doing drag shows has helped him find a community and express himself more.

Student finds community through LGBTQ advocacy work, drag

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter, columnist, copy editor November 4, 2021

For WSU sophomore Milo Edwards, coming out as transgender in high school in a conservative North Idaho town meant losing friends, family and a home.  However, Edwards said something that started off...

Community members are given gift cards for various businesses using money donated to Quaranteam.

Community member finds way to support small businesses

ANNA MICHALSON, Evergreen reporter January 18, 2021

Whitman County residents are coming together to support small businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  Community member Tabitha Ries started Whitman County Quaranteam, an organization that raises...

A protester holds a sign with the names of Black victims of police violence.

Guest column: From peaceful protest to violent riot

GRACE ARNIS, Former Evergreen managing editor June 3, 2020

I was one of about 3,500 protesters who walked from Riverfront Park to the Spokane County Courthouse in an organized protest Sunday. The march that started at 2 p.m. was peaceful. It involved many people...

Pharmacy students, COVID-19, and county uncertainty

Pharmacy students, COVID-19, and county uncertainty

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen roots editor April 23, 2020

Despite courses being online due to COVID-19, three WSU pharmacy students were able to receive some on-the-job training as volunteers.  Lee Roy Esposo, a third-year WSU pharmacy student, and two of...

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