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WSU alum Katelyn Frost competes in the pole vault as she launches herself over her mark.

WSU competes against Huskies at The Dual

NICK OLDHAM, Evergreen sports editor April 23, 2021

The WSU outdoor track and field team competed at The Dual against the Washington Huskies on Wednesday in Seattle. The Cougars were able to seal wins in numerous events throughout the day. In the end,...

Then-junior defender Brianna Alger looks for where to kick the ball to during the game against James Madison University on Sept. 1, 2019 at the Lower Soccer Field.

Soccer ends regular season in draw

DAYLON HICKS, Evergreen reporter April 19, 2021

The WSU soccer team tied the No. 22 Washington Huskies 0-0 in the last game of the regular season on Friday on the Lower Soccer Field. The Cougars (6-3-3, 2-2-3) offense struggled to get the ball rolling...

Junior defender Mykiaa Minniss is tied for fifth on the team in both goals and assists this season.

Soccer ends regular season with Boeing Apple Cup

DAYLON HICKS, Evergreen reporter April 16, 2021

The WSU soccer team is set to host the No. 22 Washington Huskies in the Apple Cup this Friday in the final match of the regular season. WSU (6-3-2, 2-2-2) is coming off a 1-1 draw against Oregon on...

The women's rowing team come into sight as they head into the final hundred meters of their race on Sept. 28, 2019 at Wawawai Landing.

Rowing gets back in water

AARIK LONG, Evergreen copy editor March 8, 2021

After a 490 day wait, WSU rowing returned to the water on Saturday with a meeting against the top-ranked Washington Huskies. No. 19 WSU had not been in competition since Nov. 2, 2019, in Spokane. This...

Then-freshman Savanna Ly-Nguyen hits the tennis ball back towards her opponent on Mar. 31, 2019 at the Outdoor Tennis Courts.

Tennis loses both matches in Seattle

AARIK LONG, Evergreen copy editor February 22, 2021

The WSU tennis team's win streak came to an abrupt end this weekend, as the Cougars went 0-2 in a pair of matches at Nordstrom Tennis Center in Seattle. The Cougars were coming off of four straight...

Head coach Kyle Smith high-fives his players during a game at Beasley Coliseum.

Cougars break losing streak against Huskies

RYAN ROOT, Evergreen reporter February 1, 2021

WSU’s dreaded losing streak finally came to an end as the Cougars’ (10-7, 3-7) defeated the Washington Huskies 77-62 in the first leg of the 2021 Apple Cup series on Sunday. Senior guard Isaac Bonton...

A third of survey participants considered themselves food insecure, and a third were also claiming unemployment benefits.

Pandemic leads to increase of food-insecure people in Washington

STEFFI LUDAHL, Evergreen reporter November 30, 2020

A team of researchers found the number of food-insecure people in Washington has doubled from 1.1 million to 2.2 million since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.  The WAFOOD Survey Team researched...

Because of the rising positive COVID-19 cases in Washington, Gov. Jay Inslee imposes stricter safety regulations.

Inslee imposes new COVID-19 restrictions for four weeks

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen editor-in-chief November 15, 2020

Gov. Jay Inslee announced new restrictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Washington. The restrictions are in response to consistently increasing COVID-19 case counts, according to a press release...

The west coast wildfires are indicative of a poorly constructed environmental policy, which we need to fix.

OPINION: More comprehensive wildfire policies will lead to a safer Washington

DIANA RIOS September 24, 2020

The recent intense, historically large wildfires that have swept large areas of the Pacific Northwest have brought calls from natural resources experts to reassess how we manage fire and forest landscapes. Our...

As we've seen so far, wildfires are a fact of nature. But we can help mitigate their damage by taking responsibility for our environment.

OPINION: Individual changes will help stop wildfires

HANNA YUZYUK September 22, 2020

Forests on fire and smoke in the air — this is the best advertisement for the Green New Deal. We see something wrong is going on in nature. We have to realize that this is a stopping point. Our dividing...

Former WSU football player Steve Gleason was diagnosed with ALS in 2011. Since then, he became an advocate for those with Lou Gehrig's disease.

‘He has always been humble’

ANNIE HAGER August 24, 2020

Steve Gleason spent most of his time as a young adult in football and baseball uniforms. When he was diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, his priorities shifted. For Gleason, nature continues...

Will worldwide power or regional appeal win out in this week's battle of the coffee chains?

OPINION: Battle of the coffee shops

SARAH DANIELS June 17, 2020

I started going to Starbucks when I was about five years old. My dad and I would go every Sunday, and I would get an iced hot chocolate (still my fave) with a chocolate-glazed old-fashioned donut. I...

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