Sigma Pi fraternity is close to building a house on Greek Row after negotiations.
By Stephanie Schendel
Jenkins gets real with The Daily Evergreen
Emerging details on the murder of U of I student Katy Benoit reveal new truths.
By Shakura Kanye
Friends gathered to celebrate the life and mourn the loss of Katy Benoit, 22.
The budget forum held last Friday explained WSU’s current financial woes.
WSU officals will contest fines concerning campus crime report violations.
Phi Kappa Tau and Lambda Chi Alpha received awards at their national conferences.
Former Fire Chief Pat Wilkins discusses past changes in Pullman fire service
The first meeting of the semester ended with the passing of an important bill.
The President tells The Daily Evergreen about his experiences before WSU.
Tuesday we ended our journey with blood and the arrival of medics; the night is still young.
Formal recruitment for sororities increased by 26 percent. Fraternity recruitment is projected to triple.
Pullman City Council has approved the controversial moratorium on Tuesday.
The fair was an opportunity to inform student about upcoming programs.
Pullman, Wash - WSU Faculty-led programs lead students all over the world.more
Washington State University enrollment numbers will be officially released Wednesday
The convenience store is closing after determining profits were not high enough.
Pullman, WA - Don's Midway Grocery is closing.more
A recent study placed WSU’s School of Hospitality’s programs 9th in the world.
Many of the fungi Shaw and his students gathered are now part of the herbarium collection.
Natural gas and electricity had previously been disconnected from the building.
Pullman, Wash - A fire on South Grand Avenue damaged a vacated apartment building.more
The next update will streamline curriculum management for faculty.
Kappa Alpha Theta supports the Court Appointed Special Advocates program.
Police officers Heidi Lambley and Chris Engle dealt with tears and other bodily fluids Friday.
Professor John Richard Gorham was a WSU graduate and World War II veteran.
The design of the buses were personally approved by President Floyd.
Joey Pacific said students are more likely to be involved with ASWSU if it functions well.
Pullman, Wash - ASWSU Senator Joey Pacific has tackled a huge project. With the help of fellow senators, he has been hard at work simplifying ASWSU bylaws, making them easier to interpret and follow.more
Stalking is not uncommon on college campuses and could be a sign of domestic violence.
The ‘Occupy’ protests made their way to WSU campus with Occupy the Palouse.
Pullman, Wash. - Students protest on the Glenn Terrell Mall with Occupy the Palouse.more
WSU acquires 2,000 donated pictures from a Japanese internment camp.
Pullman, Wash. - Historical gift presented to WSU's Manuscript, Archives and Special Collections office (MASC).more
More cuts are coming in the wake of the new shortfall indicated in the revenue forecast.
Adam’s Mall is the most likely location for the cameras, but more may be installed later.
Pullman, WA - The Pullman Police recieved a federal grant that they will use install security cameras on College Hill.more
The International Justice Mission chapter works to educate and involve students.
The new position will control day - to - day management of the department.
Regents professor Sue Clark has served on several other national advisory committees.
The boundaries of the three wards of Pullman will be discussed on Tuesday.
After Boeing feedback WSU improves writing program to focus on student growth.
About 1,200 students attended the 2011 Fall Career Expo and CEA Technical Career Fair.
Two apartments have been evacuated due to more than $20,00 in fire damage.
The recent theft of more than 50 credit and debit cards have left residents reeling.
The controversial merger of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences passed, but the greatest challenge is yet to come: the task of integrating the two schools.
Campus Police require an invitation to enter WSU residence
Pullman, Wash. - In WSU Residence Halls, Campus Police No Longer Patrol.more
Dean Lawrence Pintak said Ted Koppel is the embodiment of Edward R. Murrow.
Police offer input on the 2011/2012 Cougar Annual Safety and Fire Report.
Home invasion suspect entered Monday afternoon through an unlocked door.
The $1,800 passed money request will come from the Homecoming budget.
WSU student Austin Jasienski describes the struggles of being a college student with cancer.
The number of reported fraud have steadily increased in the past week.
The expo will feature several mini workshops to prepare students for their careers.
Competitions will include an axe toss, footrace, keg toss, wall siege and tug of war.
Three percent contingency fund is being withheld will be released on October 1.
The advisory board began after the 1996 riots and aims to link student and police.
Students may have to pay up for breaking the rules.
Events show victims of domestic and sexual violence that there is a place for support.
Protestors fought to raise awareness of Palestine’s struggle.
Officer Chris Engle said one of the most common crimes they see is minor in possession.
Pullman, Wash. - WSU and Pullman police officers offered advice on how to stay safe and out of trouble at a public forum.more
The Greek community participated in a day of service around the Pullman area.
Pullman, Wash. - The Greek community participated in a day of service Saturday. They worked with various groups in and around the Pullman community to complete service projects. This event marked the end of National Hazing Prevention week.more
The celebration will feature performances from several local tribes.
The ombudsmen offer help for students who do not know their rights and procedures.
Pullman, Wash. - The University Ombudsman's office is open to students, faculty and staff who aren't getting the help they feel they deserve regarding policy disputes, harassment or other issues. They are not advocates for individuals, but rather for proceeding fairly with regards to problems that arise.more
The ‘Until the Violence Stops’ festival informed with games and giveaways.
Rob McKenna addressed Washington’s financial woes this Wednesday.
Students are being surveyed through Facebook to decide which paper will be cut.
Former Cougar football star shares his story of struggles in the NFL.
Students ask the Washington State Police Advisory Board about domestic violence.
Pullman officers break up fights and autograph pizza boxes on Saturday night.
Next fall, a program in the spirit of SafeWalk may be offered to students.
More than 20 performers entertained audiences on Thursday.
Erim Gomez aims to discover the cause of disappearing frogs throughout the state
The recent discovery has cast a new outlook on the lives of plants.
After having to turn away riders, Pullman Transit attempts to manage increased ridership.
Pullman, Wash. - Pullman Transit attempts to manage increased ridership.more
The WSU Athletic Department spent thousands on flags to spread school spirit.
Pullman, Wash. - The WSU athletics department spent $9,800 on small flags for the Homecoming game on Saturday. This is a part of their Wave the Flag marketing campaign to promote awareness for the WSU athletics department.more
The journals will need to become self sufficient in the next three years.
Honors students fight for the presence of a representative in ASWSU’s new structure.
A WSU-led group aims to produce a national breeding effort for raspberries.
The sixth annual Latino Culture Night will educate people through various performances.
A press release written by a University of Idaho student contained incorrect statements.
Nathaniel Washington was arrested for possession of $35,000 worth of Oxycodone.
SEB pulls funds from Springfest budget
Chad Heffelfinger heals after fall from 23-foot retaining wall.
Experts from WSU and the UI debated the best way to feed the planet’s increasing population.
The President’s Honor Roll banquet is intended to show the importance of academics.
A discovery made 35 years ago is receiving support from other experts.
The renovation project is set to be completed in time for Apple Cup 2012.
The amendment was made in an effort to make bylines more flexible for students.
Tri-Deltas are hosting their new Delta Dips and Desserts this Saturday to fundraise for St. Jude Research Hospital.
The anniversary of Pullman Walmart inspires reflection by local business owners.
Due to nationally rising tuition costs, “Pay as you Earn” has been pushed forward.
Zainum Bahadshah discussed impressions of Islamic women Thursday in the CUE.
The Halloween ridealong involved smashed pumpkins and animals arrested for MIP.
Chad Heffelfinger, 20, suffered severe and extensive damage to his face and head.
The WSU Board of Regents approved the supplemental budget request.
The grant will be fully initiated during a five-year period, providing 80 scholarships.
City Council opened the floor to public opinion on the regulation of medical cannabis.
The Washington State Attorney General spoke on human trafficking.
The state of Washington received the Gear Up grant for the third time.
The launch of the Green Dot program aims to reduce violence on the WSU campus.
Non-profit organization Check Your Boobies teaches people to scan for breast cancer.
The current biennium budget for Washington state stands at $30.2 billion.
According to the liquor board, nearly 1,400 businesses will start selling hard alcohol.
WSU has consolidated its water rights and is using less water than it has in 50 years.
Pullman, Wash. - A lawsuit challenging the consolidation of WSU's water rights has moved to the Court of Appeals for Eastern Washington.more
Pullman, WA - WSU Online was ranked in the top five schools in a study by SuperScholar.more
Pullman, WA - WSU recently received grant money from the USDA to fund research and projects in Afghanistan with a consortium of universities. The projects will improve the agricultural situation in need of assistance in the area.more
WSU was recognized internationally as one of the country's top scientific-research universities
Pullman, Wash. - President Elson S. Floyd announced the cancelation of classes Thursday due to weather conditions.more
The Student Entertainment Board announced their formal separation from ASWSU during the senate meeting Wednesday.
Pullman, Wash. - The Student Entertainment Board announced their formal separation from ASWSU during the senate meeting Wednesday.more
After a recent restriction lift students will be able to travel to Cuba for educational purposes.
City Council discussed everything from pink firemen to budget concerns.
Since the 2008 economic crash, institutions of higher education have taken tremendous hits.
Pullman - For those of you new to campus (or old) here is a recap of the most important changes to the university budget since 2008.more
SEL designs and supports a line of products and services for electric power services.
The store has about 100 laptops available to rent, some with wireless internet
Pullman, Wash - TechStore offers laptop rentals.more
Several students speak of the impact of the attack on their lives.
Students and professors alike enjoyed bikes stunts galore on campus Wednesday.
Ernesto A. Bustamante’s private documents may now be released to the public.
Pullman, Wash. - The University of Idaho must release the personnel records of Ernesto A. Bustamante, the former University of Idaho (UI) psychology professor who shot and killed graduate student Katy M. Benoit before shooting himself, per the ruling of Idaho 2nd District Judge John R. Stegner.more
A proposed resolution would help spread awareness of sexual assault.
The project works to inspire sustainability in the Palouse area.
The federal grant will pay for three hybrid buses that will cost $630,000 each.
The College Hill Association will meet with residents to improve lie on the hill.
Professors team up in response to a growing number of antibiotic resistant bacteria.
Fellowship will allow more research for plant breeding and new see varieties
The all-day event had students training in a variety of skills relevant to leadership.
Pullman, Wash. - The all-day event had students training in a variety of skills relevant to leadership.more
A local fraternity hosted a Mardi Gras themed event in the Compton Union Building.
Pullman, WA - A local fraternity hosted a Mardi Gras themed event in the Compton Union Building.more
Former English professor was well versed in history, collecting autographs from correspondences.
Pullman, Wash. - Former English professor was well versed in history, collecting autographs from correspondences.
One player fled from law enforcement while others were involved in a fight.
For the first time in years, the budget revenue forecast is up, but a long way from where it was.
The WSU Spokane site received grant money from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop training curriculum for soldiers and police officers. The curriculum will cover how to successfully approach situations in foreign countries and environments.
The Empire in Tekoa, Wash. opened in 1940 and has been kept open through donations.
This year’s fair will focus on mechanical engineering with over twenty companies present.
Crystal program is one of few in the country and gaining recognition as demands rise.
The House of Representatives’ proposed budget cut is less severe than the Governor’s.
Pastor Hudson finished his lecture series Tuesday about mixing science and religion.
Drug and alcohol outreach programs reach thousands of college and K-12 students a year.
Dr. Scott Case explained the negative health effects of stress at a workship Tuesday.
The City Council voted on the regulation of medical marijuana in Pullman.
A symposium honored organic chemistry professor Donald Matteson Saturday.
The WSU IFC launches new rewards program to recognize fraternities.
The study will explore the interactions between various ethnic groups at WSU.
President Elson S. Floyd delivered his fifth State of the University Address.
The concert featured newly formed Seattle - based band Vividal.
“The Wire” co-creator received the WSU William Julius Wilson Award Thursday evening.
Pullman, Wash. - "The Wire" co-creator David Simon visited WSU to receive an award for the advancement of social justice.more
Homecoming Week’s original budget was $6,500, but an additional $1,800 will be added.
SEB and GEISORC host an activist and a representative to argue same-sex marriage rights.
Pullman, Wash. - SEB and GEISORC host activist and representative to argue that wording of same-sex marriage.more
The S&A Fees provide roughly $10 million to be broken down on campus.
The cost of educating a student has stayed the same but now the state is paying less of the bill.
The conference will feature workshops, motivational speakers and YouTube phenomena.
The athletic department has already sold more season tickets than is has in four years.
Pullman, Wash. - The athletic department has already sold more season tickets than is has in four years.more
The weekend will feature a carnival with games, rides and performances from local groups.
The Student Involvement Office will give awards to outstanding RSOs and individual student.
Elise Van Vuren, the current Panhellenic president, received two awards from her national sorority, Kappa Delta.
Pullman, Wash. - Elise Van Vuren, the current Panhellenic president, received two awards from her national sorority, Kappa Delta.more
WSU regents professor Michael J. Smerdon is to receive the 2012 Eminent Faculty Award, the university’s highest honor given to faculty members, during this year’s Celebrating Excellence Recognition Banquet on March 30.
Pullman, WA - The exhibit provides a platform to discuss issues such as identity, as well as abuse.more
ASWSU and the WSU Police will host a meeting regarding the College Hill cameras.
The annual Grad Fair will help prepare for commencement with rings, robes and reality.
University organizations met with the S&A committee Thursday to request funding.
The actor and author discussed getting rid of toxic association in order to be truly successful.
Pullman, Wash. - The actor and author discussed getting rid of toxic association in order to be truly successful.more
ASWSU President Riley Myklebust was concerned with the information provided.
The ASWSU senate plans to motivate students to get their voices heard in Olympia.
The purpose of the meeting was to increase team-building skills through engineering challenges.
Pullman, Wash. - The purpose of the meeting was to increase team-building skills through engineering challenges.more
Nepal Night 2012
The banquet has been in planning stages since last semester to honor the professor.
Pullman, Wash. - The banquet has been in planning stages since last semester to honor the professor.more
The Taiwanese Student Association will put on their Night Market, Saturday.
The Greek community raised money for the Invisible Children nonprofit organization.
Pullman, Wash. - The Greek community raised money for the Invisible Children nonprofit organization.more
The program will provide mentors for 20 first-generation freshmen in the fall.
The American Idol winner is bring her nation-wide “Stronger” tour to Pullman on Saturday.
The year’s theme is Women in Africa and will include dances, food, poetry and skits.
The goal was to go 24 hours without shoes to inform students about children who need shoes.
Pullman,Wash. - The goal was to go 24 hours without shoes to inform students about children who need shoes.more
Several WSU programs received a reduction in their allocation from the WSU Services and Activities (S&A) Fees for the 2012-13 year.
The event’s organizers made sure everything from the food to the dances were authentic.
The event offered students the opportunity to learn about cultures and stereotypes.
Music, arts and carnival rides will be the main attractions at the 2012 Springfest this weekend.
Jake Bredstrand said his past ASWSU experiences will help him in his newest position
With furthering firings ahead, WSU's future appears to be growing more bleak
Cory is the dedicated director of the Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life
After rider numbers continued to dwindle, WSU and U I have discontinue the Idaho route.
The prestigious scholarship was originally granted only to Ivy League students.
Cougar Crew teams held their annual Row-A-Thon to support siblings of cancer victims
The ASWSU supported event will show the effects of drunk driving on the community.
The university could spend up $141,142.54 to decorate the Pullman Transit buses.
A newly award grant will fund research on the causes of leukemia.
The V-Day festival will celebrate survivors of violence and raise awareness.
The Cougar Annual Security and Fire Report indicates a rise in drug arrests since 2008.
Sixteen teams competed Saturday in the axe toss and other Scottish competitions.
The merger was first proposed in 2007, and failed due to employee concerns at that time.
Two military men and WSU Cougars share their thoughts on the meaning of service.
The new stadium will help WSU athletics recruit talented players for the future.
Pulllman, Wash. - WSU's $80 million renovation is expected to be completed next fall.more
60 students from WSU and satellite schools will combine education and lobbying efforts.
The revamped event will feature a letter writing campaign to senators for student voices to be heard.
The conference gives a chance for multicultural students to experience different cultures.
The cars are being tested in Pullman for exposure to cold and hilly conditions.
The film showing Indians in pursuit of fresh water was followed by a lecture by the director.
Pullman, Wash. - International filmmaker and eco-activist Shalini Kantayya dropped by the CUB Auditorium Thursday evening to discuss global water shortages with the WSU community.more
A new academic regulation states that midterm grades will be submitted during week eight.
ASWSU Pullman has rejoined the Washington Students Associations.
3OH!3 and guests filled Beasley Coliseum with thousands of tickets sold for the event.
Panhellenic and the Inter Fraternity Council put on a volleyball tournament philanthropy to benefit nonprofit Krochet Kids International
The WSU organic agriculture systems major received $5 million April 20 from alumni Chuck and Louanna Eggert to expand the organic farm and teaching program.
The President and Vice-President of ASWSU reflect on their campaign promises.
While private liquor sales are projected to bring in profits, many will lose their jobs.
President Elson S. Floyd said tuition may be reduced by 16 percent for the 2013 summer session.
Pullman, Wash. - Community/Duncan Dunn Hall opened its doors after a year long renovation this fall semester.more
New Munchy'z owners no longer offer hookah
Pullman - Renn Smith-Eriksson pointed out a piece of trash in the weeds at the Illia Dunes Saturday. He reached toward it then darted away, back toward the beach.more
Pullman - WSU Police officers have noticed several hot spots around campus where pedestrians tend to ignore traffic laws.more
Special assistant to the provost Ken Vreeland said the university’s strategy has been a ‘real success story.’
Pullman, Wash - WSU makes adjustments to class sections and sizes to accommodate the large incoming freshman class.more
From Staff Reports
Pullman - A collision involving a car and motorcycle sent two to the hospital Wednesday night in Pullman, Washington.more
There were no injuries in an accident that occurred Saturday afternoon.
Riley Myklebust now leads ASWSU, after capturing 63 percent of last spring’s vote.
ASWSU president vetoes two bills proposed by WSU senators last week.
The lecture was given as part of the Common Reading Tuesday’s series.
More than 50 flags have been ripped from poles installed along Pullman streets.
some funds raised from the event will go toward building a new community center.
The Delta Dips and Desserts event raised money for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
President Elson S. Floyd said the merger will support the goals of the university.
The accidental damage of a sprinkler head led to flooding in dorms Wednesday.
The Ranger Challenge will pit WSU against teams from across the Northwest and Guam.
Sen. Derek Kilmer, D-Gig Harbor, has pushed for higher education support.
After the largest donation inWSU history, admins discuss how the money will be distributed.
Olympia, Wash. - A Senator proposed a bill to increase higher-education funding in Washington.more
Pullman, Wash. - Egypt and the state of Washington grow many of the same vegetable crops and the same viruses affect the plants, a Fulbright scholar said on Tuesday night.more
Pulllman, Wash. - The WSU Education Abroad office held their annual spring Education Abroad Fair on Tuesday in the CUB.more
The Arboretum pond renovation proposal would create habitat of local species.
Pullman - Multicultural Student Services marks its 25th Anniversary at WSU with a fund for improving its services for the future.more
The President’s Award has been presented since 1996 and is give to 40-45 students.
The inititive was approved by voters last November, which will close state liquor stores May 31.
Pullman, Wash. - The inititive was approved by voters last November, which will close state liquor stores May 31.more
A spokesman for the CCE says many people don’t know the mental benefits plants provide.
The week-long event included a debate and a keynote address by Secretary of state Sam Reid.
Silence fell upon the Pullman High School track as organizers read the list of names written on the luminaria at the 2012 Relay For Life event Friday night.
Pullman - A basketball recruit was arrested Saturday for minor in possession of alcohol and lying to police.more
Pullman - WSU Police still haven't found the thieves who stole 14 laptops from residence hall rooms Oct. 27.more
Pullman - Clotheslines of bright-colored t-shirts sporting messages against violence will once again stream from tree to tree across the Glenn Terrell Mall this month.more
Pullman - A world-renowned professor and Pulitzer Prize winning author visited WSU on Wednesday evening to share stories of his award-winning ant research.more
Pullman - Fatma Bouhlal stood on the Glenn Terrell Mall Wednesday night holding a sign with the word “rape” crossed out.more
Pullman - The Pullman Fire Department tried but failed to save a house from destruction in a grease fire Wednesday evening.more
Pullman -Designers of Northside residence hall, which is still under construction, will discuss development and progress of the dorm at 5 p.m. today in CADD 21.more
Pullman - On a final campaign stop in Pullman Wednesday night, gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna promised that if he won the election, higher education would be front and center.more
Pullman 2020 envisions Pullman, including WSU as a collective community.
The Church World Service walk was aimed to raise money to fight world poverty.
The contest will measure which school’s residence facilities use the least amount of energy.
Vancouver campus Chancellor Emeritus H.A. Dengerink, 68, worked at WSU for 42 years.
Mildred D. Muhammad discussed domestic violence warning signs with the audience.
WSU geologist Jeff Vervoort was recognized by the Geological Society of America.
Situations involving graffiti are usually reported by a member of the WSU Facility Operations staff.
The student run newspaper is without management after encouraged resignation.
The debate held on Terrell Mall Tuesday was sponsored by CCE, the CUB and WSU libraries.
Panelist discussed definitions of spirituality and its importance on college campuses nationwide.
Pullman, Wash. - Panelist discussed definitions of spirituality and its importance on college campuses nationwide.more
WSU Pi Beta Phi sorority received sanctions from the WSU conduct board due to hazing and underage drinking last fall.
Jazmyn Sanchez, a senior communication major, was honored last week as one of 50 most promising minority advertising students in the nation.
In just their second season of competition, the RHDD have picked up the exotic sport fast.
Pullman - Criminal justice majors will gain research and surveillance experience with the addition of security cameras in Adams Mall.more
Pullman - “He was my other half, he was the other part of me and that’s gone. That will never come back.”more
Pullman - Pullman will soon be home to two new hotels and a renovated inn, providing more lodging for football crowds and other guests year-round.more
Pullman - Though retirement is on the horizon for professor Glenn Johnson, the voice of Cougar football and basketball doesn’t plan on fading away anytime soon.more
Pullman - The career of veteran journalist Dan Rather spans more than half a century and includes breaking the news of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963.more
Pullman - Members of the Young Democrats and College Republicans aimed to inspire student voters at a Wednesday debate in Butch’s Den.more
Pullman - A wave of graffiti has swept across Pullman this semester.more
Pullman - The word ‘cougar’ means more than school pride to associate professor Robert Wielgus and his team of researchers at WSU.more
Pullman - Students can begin signing leases next semester for units in a new DABCO apartment complex under construction on Terre View Drive.more
Pullman - The WSU soccer team returned to Pullman this weekend, taking down both Oregon and Oregon State at Lower Soccer Field.more
Pullman - John Herrington, the first Native American to venture into space, visited WSU Wednesday night to discuss what it takes to achieve one's wildest dreams.more
Pullman - Getting to class for the past year hasn’t been easy for Lori Kelton.more
In part two of our series, the Voice of the Cougs talks about his origins in broadcast journalism
John Richard Gorham died on Oct. 14 in his Pullman home, where he lived for 69 years.
The Student Entertainment Board dedicates $7,000 to $14,000 for each Up All Night.
Michael Wolcott said he hopes the project will improve science literacy among students.
‘Building Bridges’ celebrates cultural differences between more than 20 campus clubs.
The ASWSU candidates discussed their qualifications and plans for election.
Pullman Wash. - The ASWSU candidates discussed their qualifications and plans for election.more
New silo owner hopes to renovate other silos into retail space or showcases for other art.
Pullman, WA - New silo owner hopes to renovate other silos into retail space or showcases for other art.more
Comedian and movie star Rob Schneider said he saw stand up as a calling.
Pastor Stan Hudson started a series about the overlapping of science and religion.
Pullman - Ambassador Gary Locke held a video conference with members of the WSU community Monday afternoon to discuss the challenges and value of United States and China relations.more
After two years and applications to 16 grants, Holm finally found peace in donations.
The case is decided by a planning commitee of graduate and undergraduate students.
Breaking a Greek record, the WSU Greek community performed more than 15,000 hours of community service during the Fall 2011 semester.
Pulllman, Wash. - Breaking a Greek record, the WSU Greek community performed more than 15,000 hours of community service during the Fall 2011 semester.more
Some scenarios include super volcanic eruptions, asteroid impacts and pandemics.
If increases are approved, tuition for a full-time student will increase more than $1,500.
Katy Benoit’s memory was honored with music, spoken word and prayer Wednesday.
Moscow, Idaho - UI said goodbye to Katy Benoit.more
Pullman - The Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity has lost its university recognition after facing five charges of violating the WSU Student Conduct Code.more
Pullman - A WSU alumnus condensed 30 years of his life in construction to 45 minutes to motivate future students majoring in design and construction.more
Pullman - Pullman temperatures dropped yet again, but inside a warm lecture room students examined billions of years of climate change and discussed the planet's future.more
Pullman - According to four political campaign experts, President Barack Obama will win a second term this week.more
The Disability Awareness Association promotes diversity
Pullman - WSU student John E. McNett allegedly threatened to bomb Honors Hall and a Mormon religious institute on College Hill, said Steve Hansen, the WSU assistant chief police.more
Software is being created to identify precious metals in spent nuclear fuel.
An upcoming event will showcase speeches on the future of Pullman.
Researchers plan to develop models on hilly terrain to create zones with varying chemicals.
City Council disscused issues spanning from public transit to wastewater treatment.
The Pullman Police Department officers will speak on their experiences.
The free event is sponsored by Monster Energy and will feature a Seattle-based band.
A continuation of the Daily Evergreen ridealong series
Pullman, Wash. - Daily Evergreen reporter participates on a citizen ridealong with the Pullman police department.more
The money for the buses will come from WSU local funds generated by licensing fees.
Pullman, Wash. - WSU has offered to wrap two of the Pullman Transit buses with mylar, WSU themed logos.more
A failed prank led by members of Pi Kappa Alpha could lead to prosecution.
One DE reporter rode along with Pullman PD officers Heidi Lambley and Chris Engle.
Pullman police dealt with public urination and bad alumni behavior on Friday.
The purchase of Ryan Leaf’s book for Homecoming will come from SEB’s budget.
Candidates have been announced for the 2012-2013 ASWSU presidential office.
Twenty-nine WSU students spent their spring break in Guatemala.
Zacapa, Guatemala - Twenty-nine WSU students spent their spring break in Guatemala.more
Students learned techniques on how to prevent acts of violence at the Green Dot program.
After seven visits and little progress, Robert Riccius-Gilbert will no longer wait in the financial aid line.
Pullman - Robert Riccius-Gilbert is fed up with waiting in line for help with his financial aid.more
Pullman - It was a textbook case of beginning-of-the-semester sticker shock. Kyle Albers turned to The Bookie on Monday to get his textbooks after a deal to buy them used from a friend fell through. The junior biochemistry major walked out with an estimate that he’ll spend between $800 and $700 for books this semester.more
Pullman - In the eyes of Byron Shafer, political scientists must find a new perspective to understand America’s modern political landscape.more
Pullman - To WSU faculty member E. Kirsten Peters, the prospect of climate change is like the simple on and off flick of a standard light switch.more
Pullman - U.S. Navy Petty Officer Mickey C. Kelton has felt the heavy financial burden of going to university as an out-of-state student.more
Gianna Jessen described to the crowd what exactly occurs during an abortion.
Mohamed and his group hope to end racially biased views and raise awareness of hate-crimes.
The city of Pullman said the PEP lacked key provisions needed to hold the concert.
The long-term debt was accumulated from renovations to the CUB and playfields.
Pullman, Wash. - The long-term debt was accumulated from renovations to the CUB and playfields.more
The University Tuition Committee submitted its proposal for the increase earlier this week.
Japanese students will learn academic English with the intention to attend WSU.
The new South Grand Service will run to the north side of town, campus and Sunnyside Hill.
Pullman, Wash. - The new South Grand Service will run to the north side of town, campus and Sunnyside Hill.more
Pullman - More than 100 WSU students, staff, faculty and other members of the community gathered in the CUB Auditorium on Saturday morning to pay tribute to America’s veterans.more
Pullman - Three WSU libraries closed at the end of spring semester, consolidating their material to the Holland, Terrell and Owen libraries.more
Pullman - Environmental advocacy groups at WSU hosted a mock oil spill on the steps of Todd Hall Monday afternoon to draw attention to the consequences of offshore drilling accidents.more
Pullman - Since September, dozens of brown packages from destinations like Laos, Thailand and California, have found their way to the University of Idaho’s Asian American Comparative Collection.more
Katy Benoit was found dead outside of her Moscow, ID home Monday evening.
WSU volunteers served disadvantage Ecuadorians last summer
Pullman - Nick Sewell nearly cried when he couldn't find the right shoe size for a boy to walk to school in this summer during his trip to Ecuador.more
Pullman - Members of Sigma Pi fraternity raised $1,200 for the American Cancer Society on Saturday during their Resonance philanthropy event.more
The new proposal would give all students access to their grades after midterms.
The competition, held at the University of Idaho, has occurred annually since 1989.
The Edward R. Murrow Symposium brought in media speakers to educate students.
Pullman, Wash. - The Edward R. Murrow Symposium brought in media speakers to educate students.more
The event will feature an authentic Latino dinner catered by Nuevo Vallarta.
A WSU student will not be able to attend due to the controversial closure of Camp Eyabsut.
Pullman - Students travelling abroad expected stress this semester, but not from their financial aid.more
Pullman - Choosing a career path all came down to the math for a 20-year-old first generation college student at WSU.more
Pullman - Researchers at WSU have found that dioxin, an ingredient in the chemical Agent Orange used during the Vietnam War, can affect the great-grandchildren of those exposed to it.more
Pullman - Drivers should cut their speed almost in half when driving in the snow, local law enforcement said.more
Pullman - One month Shannon Hunter and her husband were moving to a new home in Pullman and the next they were standing in line at the local food bank.more
Pullman and Moscow - Idaho has seen an increase in liquor sales following the June 1 implementation of Washington’s Initiative 1183, according to the Idaho State Liquor Division.more
Pullman - Brenna Stroup fought a rising tide of tears at the final ASWSU senate meeting this semester as fellow senators cried and said goodbye to the senior.more
Volunteer veterinarians travel to the small country to offer free medical services and train tomorrow’s vets
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Volunteer veterinarians travel to the small country to offer free medical services and train tomorrow’s vetsmore
Pullman - Women with short skirts, fishnet stockings, brightly colored underwear and attitude rolled into Beasley Coliseum on Friday, where the Rolling Hills Derby Dames took on the Rodeo City Roller Girls in a roller derby bout.more
Pullman - WSU senior point guard Reggie Moore was dismissed from the men’s basketball team Monday for violation of team rules, according to a release from the WSU Athletics Department.more
Pullman - A student rally against tuition hikes and state funding cuts to higher education will take place at noon today on the Glenn Terrell Mall.more
Pullman - His name is Bandit. He lays sprawled amid the freshly cut grass, absorbing the sun. “He likes the sunshine,” said Ryan Graves, Bandit’s owner.more
Pullman - The Glenn Terrell Mall turned into a public forum about Christianity on Wednesday when four traveling preachers engaged students in an impromptu debate.more
Pullman - The International Students'Council celebrated WSU’s diverse student population this weekend at its fall semester kickoff event in downtown Pullman.more
Next month's revenue forecasts and federal legislation may result in further cuts to higher education
Pullman - With no end to the budget crisis in sight, WSU and other state agencies across the country are preparing for potential cuts to higher educationmore
By Kaitlin Gillespie
Pullman - Two men were transported to Pullman Regional Hospital after a white Chevrolet sedan struck a semi-truck head-on Monday night north of Pullman.more
Pullman - The average ambulance ride in Pullman costs about $1,000, though the bill catches many students off guard when it comes in the mail.more
Pullman - Surgeons at Pullman Regional Hospital can now remove a gallbladder through a two-centimeter hole with no visible scarring and a potential recovery time of little more than a day.more
Pullman - State representatives from Spokane tackled complex economic issues from opposing perspectives Monday night in the CUB auditorium.more
Kenny Hummel's family and friends gathered in the Olympia Avenue lobby to remember their loved one
Pullman - A few days after moving to WSU, Kenny Hummel walked into Goldsworthy 319 carrying a fan. He handed it to freshmen Mike Dainis and Chris Tramble. He’d be fine without it, Kenny told his new friends.more
Pullman - It's normal for students to see half a dozen blue light emergency phones on their way to class, but WSU Police say the phones are rarely used for real emergencies.more
Pullman - Witty, sweet, tender and polite; these are just a few of the words family and friends used to describe Austin Scott at his memorial on Dec. 22.more
Pullman - ASWSU President Kyle Erdman has heard the stories and read the headlines: falls, deaths and hospital visits from students drinking too much alcohol.more
Prosser - A family of WSU alumni combined the history of a Prosser estate, previously used as a training facility for military pilots, and their own wine business to create Airfield Estates winery.more
Pullman - Leon Brooks, a running-back for the WSU football team, is scheduled to appear in court Thursday, Feb. 7 for driving under the influence.more