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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

Let’s talk about sex (and how to do it safely)

Let’s talk about sex (and how to do it safely)

SAYDEE PHOTHIVONGSA, Evergreen reporter November 17, 2022

College is a time immersed in new experiences and finding ourselves. It is also a time in many people’s lives when they begin having sex. Only 35.2 % of students reported having no sexual partners...

Helping victims and upholding a promise: WSU sexual assault resources

Helping victims and upholding a promise: WSU sexual assault resources

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor November 17, 2022

Sexual assault is a serious matter, no matter the circumstance. With that, there are many great resources available on the Palouse for survivors of any kind. One of the main resources WSU offers is...

Sex resources such as condoms, lube and more inside the Women*s center.

WSU Women*s Center works to implement sex education resources

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor November 17, 2022

Sex. A lot of people do it. But not everyone knows of resources they can use in the community. Amy Sharp, WSU Women*s Center director, said every year, she is discovering more and more that the center...

WSU holds breast cancer awareness bingo event

WSU holds breast cancer awareness bingo event

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen Reporter October 12, 2022

WSU’s Global Connections will hold a virtual bingo event on Thursday with the purpose of spreading breast cancer awareness. Andria Donnenwerth, Global Campus  student involvement manager, said the...

2nd Harpy*s Fair set for this Friday

Harpy*s Fair hopes to bring in higher numbers after pandemic

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor September 21, 2022

The second annual Harpy*s Fair is right around the corner, with booths encompassing all things gender equity and social justice.  “It's basically a fair surrounding the Women's Center and Coalition...

A number of events are happening on campus during April to raise awareness for sexual assault survivors.

Student groups raise awareness for sexual assault prevention during April

PUNEET BSANTI April 12, 2022

The Women*s Center, College Assistance Migrant Program and Health Promotion are putting on events that students can join for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. SAAM focuses on creating awareness of people who...

The Association of Pacific and Asian Women celebrate at a past International Womens Day event.

Campus organizations plan International Women’s Day events

PUNEET BSANTI March 7, 2022

The Women*s Center is hosting a week-long event for International Women’s Day from March 8-11 alongside several other campus organizations. International Women’s Day is a global day celebrating...

Untitled by Sophia Zarders at the WSU Womens Centers Black History Month Exhibit, Feb. 22.

Amplifying the impact of Black art

LANNAN RUIZ February 24, 2022

“Each match lined in my path will be  Ignited by the flames of my fortitude.  Here I pour in the gasoline I am Adversity will come in like a gust of  wind, but I am the fire that oxygen feeds.  And...

Harpy*s Magazine is an online publication dedicated to gender justice.

Women*s Center now taking submissions for student-run feminist magazine

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor February 24, 2022

The WSU Women*s Center is currently taking submissions for Harpy*s Magazine.  Jackelyn Sedano, Women*s Center program coordinator, said the magazine is a student-run feminist publication that started...

The Women*s Center at WSU is hosting a movie night from 4-6 p.m. on Feb. 22 in the Compton Union Building Auditorium.

Groups on campus to honor Black History Month

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor February 17, 2022

As the second half of February begins, student organizations around campus are hosting events to celebrate Black History Month.  The Women*s Center at WSU is hosting a movie night from 4-6 p.m. on...

About 3.49 out of every 100,000 people in Washington are affected by human trafficking.

Women*s Center raises awareness about human trafficking, campus violence

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen reporter January 19, 2022

Human trafficking affects people of color disproportionately more than white people, even in areas like eastern Washington where levels are relatively low. About 3.49 people out of every 100,000 people...

WSU groups to help diverse students feel safe on campus

MOLLY WILK, Evergreen reporter September 8, 2021

Several student resource centers are working to ensure students feel included and represented on campus, whether they are here for the first time or returning after the COVID-19 pandemic. Jocelin Gallardo,...

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