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Throughout her adolescent years, Rachel Dolezal slowly transitioned from white to Black, eventually obtaining a position within the NAACP.

Stop misusing term ‘transracial’

SAMANTHA RADCLIFFE, Evergreen columnist September 16, 2021

Factually, the term transracial is used to describe parents who adopt a child of a different race, typically associated with white families adopting children of color. In recent years, though, people...

Senior Maddie LaPourte (left) speaks to junior Conner LaCroix (right) in The Spark.

Incoming Cougs can lean on seniors

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen opinion editor August 30, 2021

“These will be the best years of your life.” “College sets you up for your future job. Take it seriously.” “Don’t waste your time — it will be gone so fast.” These are valid pieces of...

Today’s youth are one of the most politically active groups of young people in generations. We deserve to know if our colleges are in support of us.

Colleges should make political views known for sake of students

KESTRA ENGSTROM, Evergreen columnist June 25, 2021

Historically, young people have been a demographic disengaged from mainstream politics.  This isn’t because youth aren’t affected by politics — in fact, the voting age was lowered from 21 to...

Recruiters seem to be sneaking their way into everyones emails and high schools to find new recruits.

SATIRE: Dear military recruiters, stop texting me

GRACE LAPIERRE May 28, 2021

People who serve in the military have my respect. It is brave, both for the risk of combat — no matter how great of a risk it is at that time — but also for the time commitment and the seemingly unwavering...

Although some students may come to WSU with an idea of their dream job, it is normal for them to change their minds. Students should consider every option, and not have to worry about changing their major.

Students shouldn’t be afraid to change majors

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen opinion editor May 17, 2021

College is a common next step for many American students. Many of us come into college unsure of what our options are. Often, we don’t yet know what we want to be when we grow up. Many of us choose...

Many students are excited to receive the vaccine soon, especially since its a sign that things will return to normal.

OPINION: Are WSU students going to take advantage of the COVID-19 vaccine?

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter April 8, 2021

The COVID-19 vaccine is starting to become available and more accessible to people in Washington, and I will be jumping on the chance to get the vaccine as soon as I can. Personally, I believe it is...

“Anybody coming to campus is still required to attest that they havent been experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, and people still have to wear masks.”

OPINION: Facing our return to in-person learning

GRACE LAPIERRE March 4, 2021

Online classes have been going on for a while, leaving me to wonder if we will return to regular classes before I graduate, as I may or may not be done next fall, if all goes as planned. Chad Gotch,...

At one point I thought about giving up and making peace with the disease. Luckily, that was not in the cards.

Roots editor finds remission from Lyme

JENAE LAXSON, Evergreen roots editor February 25, 2021

Chronic illness is a buzzword often used to describe a medical condition that is undiagnosed and could be a life-long condition with no cure. This is the definition someone would find if they searched...

Students will receive comprehensive sexual health education at least twice during both their middle school and high school careers.

School board discusses sexual health education, student pods

ADALINE GRACE, Evergreen social media editor February 12, 2021

Roberta Kramer, assistant superintendent of Pullman Public Schools, gave an update about current and upcoming sexual health education requirements during a school board meeting Wednesday.   Kramer...

Professor speaks to black screens, the reality of online learning.

OPINION: New semester brings opportunities for community growth in classroom

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen opinion editor January 21, 2021

There is much to look forward to in a new semester in Pullman: chilly weather, being reunited with friends, new classes and a fresh start to grades. Even online, there is a reinvigorated sense of drive...

Students can request food, safe-sex supplies and sanitary products in their go-bag for pickup or delivery.

Food pantry, go-bags available to students during winter break

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter December 10, 2020

Students struggling with food insecurity will have in-person access to WSU’s Office for Access and Opportunity Food Pantry, and can also request go-bags for pickup or delivery over winter break.  The...

Jenna Pederson, senior general studies in biological sciences major, said she is interested in studying animal behavior and conducting drug research.

WSU undergrads receive awards during national STEM conference

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen editor-in-chief December 7, 2020

Two WSU students received a $175 award each for their undergraduate research projects during an annual national STEM conference. Seniors Jenna Pederson and Ezra Mead attended the Annual Biomedical Research...

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