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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

Goosehill Farm onioncrops in May of this year

Former WSU student achieved goal of running his own local farm

Josiah Pike , Evergreen reporter June 16, 2022

Each morning, former WSU student Zach Skirvin walks around Goose Hill Farm in Viola, Idaho, watering crops and pulling weeds before tackling the day. Skirvin founded the farm only a few months ago,...

“She’s surpassed everyone who has taught her at Murrow, but she still has that same core of curiosity, initiative and voice that occupies her writing 10 years later,” said Benjamin Shors, Journalism and Media Production chair for the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication.

WSU alumna finds success writing at LA Times

LIAM CONNORS, Deputy news editor April 10, 2022

In 2012, then-WSU student and Daily Evergreen news reporter Andrea Castillo faced issues of self-doubt and wondered if her aspirations of being a print journalist were just a naive attempt to somehow change...

WSU alum Ashley Vailea opened her boutique Vrilla at the end of last year. Although it is an online shop, she held a pop-up event in Neil’s Coffee and Ice Cream on Dec. 18, 2021.

A passion for fashion

MEGHAN HENRY, Evergreen managing editor January 27, 2022

Vrilla Boutique is the love child of WSU alumna Ashley Vailea’s passion for the fashion industry, and lifelong dream of owning her own business.  Vailea said she’s always loved sharing what...

Rick Reams and Valorie Fisher married in 1987. They now have a daughter, who is also a WSU alumna.

Holy matrimony at Martin Stadium

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Life editor November 3, 2021

Martin Stadium holds a special place in the hearts of WSU students, alumni and fans. Back in 1987, WSU alumni Valorie Fisher and former coug Rick Reams took it to the next level and got married inside...

Shuo Feng, pictured here, is studying lithium sulfur batteries as a replacement for traditional rechargeable batteries.

One challenge after another: creating lithium-sulfur rechargeable batteries

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor June 22, 2021

WSU alum Shuo Feng is developing lithium-sulfur rechargeable batteries, which could replace traditional lithium-ion batteries used in electric cars, allowing them to drive farther on a single charge.  Feng...

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