The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The Nothwest Winterfest will be open to the public at the Benton County Fairgrounds until March 20, 2022.

A stroll for the senses

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor March 3, 2022

The Pacific Northwest’s largest illuminated lantern display and cultural celebration is currently in the Tri-Cities for the first time in its history. The Northwest Winterfest will be held at the...

Uriel Ramirez’s passion for fitness and physical training motivated him to pursue a degree in a related field (pictured right).

Army Reserve member settles into rhythm as first-semester freshman

BRANSON VIRGEN, Evergreen reporter February 16, 2022

Uriel Ramirez remembers the days not too long ago when he and other fresh recruits were woken up by drill sergeants with campaign hats — the epitome of authority — at any given hour of the night. These...

All wine sale profit will be recycled back into the program.

Squashing grapes: WSU alums create wines

ERIN MULLINS, Evergreen reporter November 11, 2021

Three friends at WSU Tri-Cities created two different Riesling white wines from grapes harvested on opposite sides of Lake Chelan, showing how location can impact wine taste.  Grapes were harvested...

Mexican-American children were more likely to share than white children. But the Mexican-American children were more competitive than individualistc children if they spoke English at home.

Sharing is caring, but only for some

JUSTIN WASHINGTON, Evergreen research editor November 11, 2021

WSU researchers found that Mexican-American preschool children from collectivistic backgrounds are more cooperative and share more than white preschool children from individualistic backgrounds.  Collectivism...

Robert Franklin was contacted by the museum to be in the film because of his background as a historian.

WSU professor contributes to film nominated for Daytime Emmy

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor June 16, 2021

A WSU professor contributed to a film released in September 2020 called "The Manhattan Project Electronic Field Trip," which was recently nominated for a Daytime Emmy. A portion of the film was shot...

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