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Davi Kallman, awareness coordinator and access adviser at the WSU Access Center, said there are several categories of awards recognizing undergraduate, graduate, staff, faculty members and alumna.

Nominations for awards recognizing women close March 19

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter March 15, 2021

The deadline to submit nominations for the WSU Women of Distinction and Woman of the Year Awards is 5 p.m. March 19.  The WSU President's Commission on the Status of Women is in charge of the event....

Students will use a variety of online platforms to present their work to the judges on Zoom.

SURCA student and judge applications open

ABBY DAVIS, Evergreen deputy news editor February 1, 2021

Applications for students and judges are now open for the Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities.  The virtual event will take place March 29. Students can compete and win...

Before this change, the recordings were stored for nine months. Now, they are saved for six months to decrease the number of Zoom recordings stored in the WSU cloud.

Zoom recordings will be deleted after six months

ABBY DAVIS, Evergreen reporter December 9, 2020

WSU Zoom recordings stored in the cloud will be deleted if they are more than six months old. Prior to this new policy, Zoom recordings were deleted after nine months, said Corey Oglesby, communications...

Zoom classes and online school is still a work in progress.

OPINION: Improving online schooling for next semester

PORTIA SIMMONS, Evergreen columnist December 9, 2020

The coronavirus has changed the regular way of life for most. It has altered the way that students learn. This semester has surely been different, and many people have differing opinions about online school. Some...

The WSU Police and Compliance and Civil Rights were not able to trace the people who Zoom bombed the meeting.

‘I think more could have been done’

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter December 4, 2020

WSU's Black Student Union no longer publicizes its Zoom meeting information after two people who have not been identified made racially offensive comments at a meeting Sept. 15, causing members to feel...

The WSU chapter of SACNAS formed in 2016 as a way for McNair Scholars to connect. Now, the group is open to all people of color interested in STEM.

‘SACNAS embraces the full person’

HANNAH FLORES, Evergreen reporter October 12, 2020

WSU senior Diana Baldovinos found a family of people who share similar goals and passions within the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science. SACNAS is an organization...

Jill Creighton, WSU dean of students and associate vice president for student affairs, will host the event.

WSU community standards panel to stream live

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter September 23, 2020

WSU faculty and staff are invited to learn about COVID-19 compliance, academic misconduct and Zoom bombing during the community standards virtual panel 4 p.m. Wednesday.  Jill Creighton, WSU dean of...

Professors and students alike have to deal with the

OPINION: Cut your professors some slack

JOEY FRANKLIN, Evergreen columnist September 22, 2020

Fall at WSU has been a unique experience with learning and teaching delivered completely online. I have had issues and frustrations over test-taking and going on a wild goose chase to find all my assignments...

Zoom is no longer requiring passcodes and waiting rooms for every meeting.

Zoom to no longer require passcodes for meeting

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter September 22, 2020

Zoom reversed its decision to require passcodes or waiting rooms for every virtual meeting conducted on the platform.  The reversal of required passcodes or waiting rooms is a Zoom decision, not a...

In the world of online classes, Zoom attendance policies have to take into consideration students' lives.

OPINION: Zoom attendance policies need to be reworked

GRACE LAPIERRE, Evergreen columnist September 16, 2020

Some classes have strict attendance policies. Others couldn't care less as long as you do your work, and some are happy on the middle ground — strongly recommending you show up but not penalizing you...

The Zoom bombings began on Sept. 2 and continued onto the next day. The district switched from Zoom to Google Classrooms to prevent future hacks.

District switches platforms after hackings

HUNTER ORCUTT, Evergreen reporter September 10, 2020

The individuals responsible for recent Zoom bombings have not been caught, leading Pullman Public Schools to switch their online courses to Google Classroom.  Lincoln Middle School experienced five...

Regardless of circumstance, there are ways to make the best of online learning. This semester still provides some unique opportunities.

OPINION: Fall semester is what you decide to make it

SARAH DANIELS, Evergreen columnist August 17, 2020

I am a senior this year at WSU, which means not only am I so close to graduating, but I’m so close to all of my collegiate experiences ending and my career beginning. So how do we, as students, navigate...

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