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Nguyen arranged music for 3-4 hours every day when working on his submission project.

Graduate student arranges music in free time

LANNAN RUIZ September 2, 2021

Life is best enjoyed when doing something you love. For Truong-Son Nguyen, he makes it a point to not completely center his life around school and work, taking time most days to indulge in his lively passion...

Student journalist Alexandria Osborne is writing a book on top of everything else

Student journalist: Day in the life

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter March 11, 2021

When I first heard the word ‘journalist,’ I thought it was always an easy job. I was wrong. As a reporter for the Roots section, a columnist for the Opinion section and a copy editor, I have a lot...

Finals, coronavirus stress and student life have all conspired to make student burnout even more prevalent than before.

OPINION: Beware of student burnout

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen opinion editor December 10, 2020

Just opening my laptop to begin this column took quite a bit out of me, I won’t lie. Many breaks were required. I rewarded myself for every line I wrote … the typical just-get-through-the-finish-line...

WSU sophomore Michelle Cordova created an ambassador program to help promote her newly formed business and allow other students to share.

Boutique ‘shines light’ on Mexican culture

LANNA RUIZ, Evergreen reporter November 5, 2020

This summer, Michelle Cordova watched hand beaders and Indigenous peoples make intricate cultural accessories as she walked the streets of Mexico City, Mexico. That’s when she had the idea to start her...

Emma has advice to those struggling to keep their eyes open during Zoom lectures. It includes staying hydrated and trying to limit your naps to 20 minutes.

Ask Emma: I can’t stay awake

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen deputy news editor November 2, 2020

Dear Emma, I have a problem. I can’t seem to stay awake during the day. I want to pay attention to my Zoom classes, but I can barely keep my eyes open. Thankfully, I have enough sense to turn my camera...

Three WSU students of color share their experiences with COVID-19.

Students of color reflect on pandemic experience

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen editor-in-chief September 10, 2020

When Alyssa Chan returned to Pullman in August from Hong Kong, she did not want to tell people she was Chinese, worried that others would stigmatize her. “As we know, the virus started in China,”...

Mikayla Makle grew up in Maryland but wanted to have a new experience by attending WSU.

‘She’s bringing a different perspective’

JENNA GEELAN, Evergreen reporter and columnist June 15, 2020

Mikayla Makle, Black Student Union at WSU president, became more aware of who she was as an LGBTQ+ Black woman when she started attending WSU.  Makle grew up in Maryland, where she found it hard to...

Emily Speed, left, and Nicole Synder, right, met at WSU. Synder says the WSU and Pullman community has accepted them as a couple.

‘Coming out is something powerful’: Student finds acceptance at WSU

JENNA GEELAN, Evergreen reporter and columnist May 31, 2020

Nicole Snyder knew she was gay in sixth grade. Snyder, junior agricultural education major, grew up in Southern California. She said she came out to her family and friends by bringing home her first...

Public colleges are not cheap

September 13, 2013

U.S. map shows the average net price (full cost of attending minus scholarships) at public 4-year universities and colleges for in-state tuition charged to students in families earning $30,000 or less...

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