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 student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Drivers can be proactive by driving slowly, using snow chains or tires and choosing not to drive if the weather makes roads too dangerous. 

Car crashes involving snow plows increase this season

CHLOE EKSTROM, Evergreen reporter December 9, 2022

There have been three incidents this season where cars crashed into snow plows, more than the average of following years. With icy roads this winter, the WSU Police Department advises student drivers to...

Carrots, beef, and potatoes. What more could you ask for?

Cooking with Carson: Beef Stew to Keep You Warm This Winter

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist December 7, 2022

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No! It is a bowl of stew! Not sure how you got those mixed up.  After a brief hiatus, I have returned with a meal that I NEED you to make, especially as the weather...

Winter is approaching, so be prepared on what to do when the snow really hits.

Winter Weather 101

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor November 10, 2022

From sunny and 75 to shivering and 35, Pullman weather took a full 180 turn in two short weeks.  Winter weather is fast approaching, and it just hits a little harder in Pullman. Thanksgiving break...

Maybe chicken stew is closer to the mark

Cooking with Carson: Chicken Soup to Fight Those Seasonal Blues

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist October 26, 2022

Move aside House of the Dragon and NFL, it is soup season.  Dearest readers, if you have been following the weather recently not only will you have noticed the cold and rain, but also the snow. SNOW....

The four horsemen of a Pullman spring

The four horsemen of a Pullman spring

GRACIE ROGERS, Evergreen Illustration editor April 21, 2022

Time to break out those puffy jackets and snow boots — winter is coming.

Ask Emma: How do I get ready for the cold weather?

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor October 14, 2021

Dear Emma, This is my first year on campus, and I did not expect the weather to be the way it is in Pullman. I’m from Western Washington where it rains most of the fall, winter and spring. But in...

Whether it accumulates only an inch, or up to several feet, snow makes winter feel wintery, this Evergreen columnist argues.

OPINION: What is winter without snow?

GRACE LAPIERRE January 20, 2021

I grew up in central New York, near Syracuse. We almost always had snow in the winter. I tried to remember a winter without snow, and nothing came to mind — either there were none or I simply forgot...

There are drop-off boxes at Walmart, Pullman Building Supply, Neill’s Flowers and Gifts, Four Star Supply, Dissmore’s, Columbia Bank, Washington Trust Bank and Umpqua Bank

‘Even just one coat can really help people who are in need’

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen editor-in-chief November 20, 2020

A local volunteer group is holding its annual Coats for Kids Drive until Dec. 15 to support families with children in Pullman Public Schools.  Pullman Child Welfare’s drive started in October this...

The different climates students come from may not prepare them for Pullmans unique winters.

OPINION: Pullman winters are a completely different experience

GRACE LAPIERRE November 3, 2020

Coming from central New York, I had no expectations about Pullman’s winter. Even though it snowed earlier this year than I am used to in New York, I find the winters to be fairly kind most of the time. There...

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