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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

Clif Stratton said that a significant change students will see in the syllabus for next semester is length.

WSU syllabi reducing in length next semester

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor March 28, 2023

WSU course syllabi for all classes will undergo changes to length and accessibility starting the fall 2023 semester. Clif Stratton, UCORE director and chair of the Syllabus subcommittee, said the main...

Reagan Kelley speaks during ASWSU meeting on Jan. 18.

ASWSU discuss staff resignations and fills positions

BRANDON WILLMAN, Editor-in-chief January 20, 2023

Wednesday’s ASWSU meeting began with Chief of Staff Nuthaphol “Kody” Ongpituk’s resignation. ASWSU President Jacob Martinez read the resignation letter to the Senate board that briefly explained...

ASWSU senators discuss resolutions during Wednesday nights meeting.

ASWSU approves resolution to provide student transportation going to Pullman-Moscow airport

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen news co-editor January 16, 2023

ASWSU voted Wednesday night to approve five new resolutions with the purpose to compensate undocumented students and provide safe transportation to the Pullman-Moscow airport. The senators examined...

Five Pillars is the wine idea that won the team first place.

WSU students win first place in annual wine competition

GREY KAMASZ, Evergreen reporter January 16, 2023

A WSU team took home the Byron Marlowe Memorial Trophy in December after winning first place in the Intercollegiate Wine Business Invitational.  The team, which went by their company’s name 509 Wines,...

Over the weekend, Spokane-based band Snacks at Midnight held a concert right here on campus!

OPINION: Events, clubs on campus need your support!

ANNABELLE PEPIN, Evergreen columnist September 22, 2022

No one does community better than the WSU Cougs. Supporting each others’ events is one of the best ways to keep the tight community thriving, but is often not talked about enough. Events on campus are...

On June 17, 2021, President Joe Biden recognized Juneteenth as a national holiday.

WSU honors Juneteenth across campuses

ALEX MCCOLLUM, Multimedia editor June 17, 2022

To honor the first state and federal recognition of Juneteenth National Independence Day as a national holiday, WSU will shut down on Monday.  Juneteenth marks the anniversary of news of the Civil...

Its that time of year again folks, commencement is just around the corner. Ask Emma has some useful advice for all you soon-to-be Coug graduates.

Ask Emma: I’m scared to graduate

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor April 21, 2022

Dear Emma, I’m getting ready to graduate in a few weeks. I’m excited, but I’m also really nervous about what happens next. I have a job lined up, but I don’t know how I’m going to leave all...

Glassphemy clerk Felix Alatorre displays a bong crafted by Mike Porter, featuring one of his signature glass coils.

Pass the glass

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor April 14, 2022

On any given day, you might find Willow Falcon behind the counter at one of her two businesses: the bottle shop Noshies or next door at Glassphemy, Pullman’s only woman-owned glass shop. Falcon...

Street Talk: munchies edition


Picture this: you’re high and the only thing you can think to eat is *insert here.* What is it?  These four Cougs have very strong opinions about what the ultimate munchies snack is. Remember,...

WSU student Sydney Rigg works as a budtender at Kush21, a favorite late-night dispensary for local students.

Your buddy in the wonderful world of bud


Dispensaries can be overwhelming, with shelves and shelves of cannabis products that seem to go on forever. That is, until budtenders come into play: a personal cannabis guru that guides customers through...

ASWSU Senator Geobanny Pineda Cuevas reacts to Fatimah Albaqshi, ASWSU Director of Community Affairs, at an ASWSU Senate meeting, March 30, in the Compton Union Building.

OPINION: ASWSU must be held accountable

JUSTIN WASHINGTON, Evergreen research editor April 7, 2022

Editor's note: ASWSU Sen. Jilian Hutchinson appeared in the original featured image for this column despite not being mentioned in the column. Hucthinson's image has since been removed and she is not associated...

Fatimah Albaqshi, ASWSU director of community affairs, gives her input on the validity of alleged homophobic remarks in the executive team at an ASWSU Senate meeting, March 30, in the CUB.

ASWSU Senate hears updates from several directors

MOLLY WILK, Evergreen reporter April 1, 2022

Fatimah Albaqshi, ASWSU director of community affairs, updated the Senate on her recent work at their Wednesday night meeting. Albaqshi thanked the current ASWSU Executive team for their constant...

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