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Life is a highway and you can listen to the best songs as you drive down it

Joey’s Top 10s: Spring Break Songs

JOEY FRANKLIN March 9, 2023

Cougs! Spring break is almost upon us, and not a moment too soon. I hope everyone has a safe, relaxing, fun week off school. The drive out of Pullman is pretty beautiful, and what better way to celebrate...

There are a lot of ways to spend your spring break.

Ask Life: Not going on a flashy spring break trip?

ANNIE HAGER March 8, 2023

Editor’s note: The Daily Evergreen has decided to continue the Ask Emma column under a new name: Ask Life. Dear Life Section, Everyone I know is going on all of these flamboyant spring break trips,...

This macaroni salad hits all the checkmarks; its up to you to decide if it is the main course or the side dish

Cooking with Carson: Macaroni salad to spite Punxsutawney Phil

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist March 8, 2023

Curse you, Punxsutawney Phil! Or at the very least, curse these chilly temperatures and icy roads. As February has come and gone and March is beginning to wind up, it may feel like spring is lightyears...

Murrow students will travel to Arizona and New  York City over spring break.

Two big Spring Break trips featuring Murrow students; Evergreeners

BRANDON WILLMAN, Editor-in-chief March 3, 2023

The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at WSU is sponsoring two 2023 spring break trips for current Murrow students to travel and get hands-on experience in journalistic settings, as well as having...

There are always opportunities to party, but rarely opportunities to truly focus on relaxation.

OPINION: Spring break was not restful

ANNABELLE PEPIN, Evergreen columnist March 31, 2022

Spring break: a time to relax, spend time with family, catch up on sleep.  Unless that is, you are a part of the vast majority of WSU students who spent their time on the warm beaches...

While some students are wary about the changes to the mask mandate, others are happy to not be wearing masks in class anymore.

WSU students express thoughts on mask mandate changes

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor March 28, 2022

Although WSU has now repealed most of its mask mandates, some students have decided to keep wearing their masks indoors. Julia Nally, sophomore elementary education major, said she did not think it...

Another safety concern to take into account for spring break is sickness. According to Student Affairs, everyone should continue to self-monitor for COVID-19.

WSU encourages students to make smart decisions during break

HUIHUI DAI March 11, 2022

With Spring Break coming soon, WSU’s Division of Student Affairs is providing safety tips and support to students so they can stay safe. Cougar Health Services, WSU's Women*s Center, Cougar Food Pantry...

Multiple shuttles to airports throughout the palouse are available for students to access.

Airport shuttles available for spring break

LIAM CONNORS, Deputy news editor February 28, 2022

Multiple shuttle options are available for students who plan to leave Pullman for spring break. For students in need of a ride to an airport, there is a free shuttle to Lewiston Nez Perce County...

Overnight parking is restricted from 2-9 a.m. on some streets on College Hill.

College Hill parking to be restricted during breaks

ALEX MCCOLLUM, Multimedia editor November 15, 2021

The Pullman Police Department will limit parking during fall, winter and spring breaks on parts of College Hill to make road maintenance easier during poor weather conditions. It is difficult for Pullman...

“When its in the middle of the week, we still have so much homework to do,” said Lesley Arceo, first-year nutrition and exercise physiology major. “So were just going to be using it for work anyway.”

Mental health days not same as spring break

ADALINE GRACE, Evergreen social media editor March 18, 2021

Two WSU students discussed the importance of having spring break to take time off from school, after WSU administrators decided to separate spring break to multiple break days. “I’m working from...

College students are really going through that (not) “Summertime sadness” this semester.

LETTER: Spring breakers turn spring broken

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen managing editor March 18, 2021

WSU has worked long and hard to keep us all healthy and happy for a year now. We’ve seen the cute signs on the president’s lawn and the play-on-words captions posted on the mirrors in the Chinook and...

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