All photographs: Lance Lijewski: The Daily Evergreen 2014–2016

The Daily Evergreen joins WSU Army ROTC in 2014 on a war simulation. The event lasts three days and provides cadets an opportunity to practice their skill set.
Anti-Planned Parenthood protest and counter protest as seen on Route 270 on the west side of Pullman, Washington.
Palouse Falls as seen during late spring during peak flow.
Following the election of ASWSU President and VP for 2015, their executive staff was announced the second weekend of September.
]For their third year in a row, The Daily Evergreen joins WSU Army ROTC in 2016 on their war simulation. The event lasts three days and provids cadets an opportunity to practice their skill set.
The Interfaith House, a building with a long history on WSU’s campus, was demolished the summer of 2015. A local church was forced to leave their offices they rented upstairs and a beloved cafe housed in the basement relocated to the opposite side of town.
Other coverage includes the pending closing of Spokane Falls Community College, a rally for the lives of missing South Americans, a protest against Muslim discrimination on campus, several Greek events, and opinion columns about alcohol abuse and lingerie.
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