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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

Former news editor Jayce Carral spent 10 semesters, including summers, at The Daily Evergreen.

A delayed but heartfelt goodbye

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter April 28, 2022

An old basement owns half my heart.  I didn’t expect to feel so many emotions for a newspaper. I was hired by chance freshman year during fall 2018. I was new to town — to the state and even...

Senior Jacqui Thomasson credits her experiences at The Daily Evergreen with her passion for journalism.

To the Evergreen: Thank you for the lime green chairs, countless memories

JACQUI THOMASSON, Evergreen chief layout editor April 28, 2022

If it weren’t for the Evergreen, I wouldn’t be graduating with two degrees right now. Shortly after I drove for several days with the car loaded down and melted while moving everything into my dorm...

Senior Abby Davis will graduate this semester with degrees in Journalism and Media Production and Strategic Communication.

Broadcast major explores passion for journalism through Serbia trip, The Daily Evergreen

LIAM CONNORS, Deputy news editor April 28, 2022

Editor’s Note: The reporter, Liam Connors, worked with Abby Davis for one semester at The Daily Evergreen. In Serbia, journalists are often put in far more dangerous situations than their U.S. counterparts....

Deputy news editor Alex McCollum, left, plays a character during an interview workshop and training in December 2021. Evergreen staff members participated in a similar virtual training this weekend.

Behind the Press: Reporters practice asking hard-hitting questions in Evergreen ‘hot-seat’

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor February 7, 2022

In an effort to make job training more hands-on, several editors and I endeavored to create an interactive exercise that would encourage reporters to get out of their comfort zone and ask “hard questions”...

When she is surrounded by a supportive community, managing editor Meghan Henry knows she can accomplish anything.

Letter from the Editor: Big dreams for our community

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen managing editor January 13, 2022

Looking at this picture of my baby self, I cannot believe how far I have come since my freshman year of college. From Texas to Washington. From columnist to managing editor. From a clueless English major...

In her free time, editor-in-chief Loren Negron loves to nap, listen to music, play the drums and bass, write poems, go hiking and chase waterfalls.

Letter from the editor: Evergreen gave editor-in-chief foundation to pursue dream job

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen editor-in-chief December 9, 2021

Born and raised in the Philippines, I grew up witnessing my stepdad express his love for God in the mission field. His calling as a missionary inspired me to use my skills and knowledge to serve God and...

How much does the average Evergreener work each week? More than you might expect, writes Evergreen news editor, Emma Ledbetter. And that is on top of classes and other extracurriculars.

Letter from the editor: The face of commitment, passion

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor December 9, 2021

Dear Readers, As this long, COVID-y semester draws to a close, I want to draw attention to a few things you might be in the dark about. I have done my best to be transparent with how we run the Evergreen,...

My coworkers have made this experience the best. I cannot wait for next semester.

Leditor: In my opinion, it was pretty alright

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen managing editor December 9, 2021

A lot of times, columnists feel like they are shouting into the void. “Greek Life has to be more inclusive!” “Students need better care from Cougar Health Services!” “International students need...

Editor-in-chief Loren Negron is proud of the Evergreen staffs resilience, dedication and investment.

Letter from the editor: Season of gratitude, time for rest

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen editor-in-chief November 18, 2021

In this season of gratitude, my staff and I would like to thank our readers and the WSU and Pullman communities for the support, feedback and encouragement. The pandemic brought about many challenges to...

Angelica Relente, former Evergreen editor-in-chief, is a legislative intern for the Columbia Basin Herald. After graduating in May, Relente will be moving to Tacoma for a summer internship with The Tacoma News Tribune. 

Former editor-in-chief advocates for diversity

JAYCE CARRAL, Evergreen reporter April 29, 2021

Editor's Note: The reporter, Jayce Carral, worked with Angelica Relente for several semesters at The Daily Evergreen. Angelica Relente remembers walking into a conference in Seattle, Washington, along...

ED BOARD: Evergreen goes digital, weekly print

ED BOARD: Evergreen goes digital, weekly print

EDITORIAL STAFF March 23, 2020

Following the COVID-19 state outbreak, which recently affected a resident in Whitman County, the editorial board at The Daily Evergreen has decided to switch to a weekly print newspaper while maintaining...

The cougar soccer team discussing the next drill during practice on the Lower Soccer Field, Aug. 20, 2014.

Soccer takes on Zags

From staff reports September 12, 2014

The Washington State women’s soccer team will travel to Spokane Friday to take on the Gonzaga Bulldogs. This rivalry has been dominated by the Cougars (3-0-2) who are 21-0-1 all-time against Gonzaga...

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