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Phil Mixter, pictured here, said he likes to stay in touch with his students after graduation. He tries to help them find job opportunities.

Science communication professor supports students’ success after graduation

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter March 16, 2021

Science and journalism seem like they should be on completely different ends of the spectrum, but they tend to blend well together.  Science communication professor Phil Mixter said science is...

Like any person, professors deserve recognition for what they do, whether teaching in an online format or in-person.

OPINION: Express gratitude toward your professors

GRACE LAPIERRE, Evergreen Columnist February 25, 2021

I have hated my fair share of classes throughout my life, college being no exception. One thing I can never say, though, is that I’ve ever hated a professor at WSU. Whether their class was my cup of...

OPINION: Find therapy in art

PORTIA SIMMONS, Evergreen columnist January 27, 2021

Because of quarantine, we have to do everything from home, but that doesn't mean everything needs to be a chore. Some things can be done to release stress and for me, that's art. I love to draw, and I...

Professor speaks to black screens, the reality of online learning.

OPINION: New semester brings opportunities for community growth in classroom

MEGHAN HENRY, Opinion Columnist January 21, 2021

There is much to look forward to in a new semester in Pullman: chilly weather, being reunited with friends, new classes and a fresh start to grades. Even online, there is a reinvigorated sense of drive...

David Makin, WSU department of criminal justice and criminology professor, explored a brief timeline of policing in America and how reform should look during his Tuesday night lecture, “From Talk to Action: What Does it Mean to Reform the Police?

Policing needs to be reformed, criminology professor says

BROOKLYNN HILLEMANN, Evergreen reporter September 30, 2020

The federal police budget has grown by nearly $193 billion since the 1970s, but the increase in funds resulted in an overworked police force and a lack of accountability, a WSU professor said.  “Looking...

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