Puneet Bsanti


United States

Puneet Bsanti is a senior at Washington State University and is majoring in English and Multimedia Journalism. She is in the process of getting her editing and publishing certificate. Over the past few years, she was an editor at Washington State University’s award-winning literary journal, a reporter for The Daily Evergreen, and interned at AsAmNews, a nonprofit news organization. Bsanti will graduate in May 2023 and hopes to continue her work in journalism professionally.

The Daily Evergreen
Police say surviving roommates were not only ones alive at house

Editor's note: this article has been updated to include information about the roommates' friends released after the press conference The surviving roommates of the four Moscow homicide victims were not the only ones at their house when an initial 911 call was placed, police revealed at Sunday's press conference.

The Daily Evergreen
Man threatens to kill roommates, shot by SWAT Thursday morning

UPDATE 12/22/22 at 4 p.m. WSU PD identified WSU Police Sgt. Brett Boyd as the officer who used deadly force in a SWAT standoff that killed 36-year-old Brent Lee Kopacka on Dec. 15. Boyd is on administrative leave, which is standard when an officer uses deadly force during an incident, the news release said.

Religion Unplugged
Bridging the Gap: How a Greek University is Supporting Thessaloniki's Muslims

Some Muslims, Jews and other religious minorities in Thessaloniki also believe the city has found harmony between Abrahamic faiths in the past and can do so again. And one such olive branch toward religious understanding is taking root at the School of Theology in the Aristotle University of Thessal

The Daily Evergreen
Moscow suspect waives right to speedy preliminary hearing

A Latah County courtroom sat in silence, minutes before quadruple homicide suspect, Bryan Kohberger, entered for his second court appearance in Moscow where his alleged stabbings took place. Media filled the rows of seats as Kohberger entered the eerily quiet courtroom. His defense, Anne Taylor, Kootenai County chief public defender, requested the state push her client's...

The Daily Evergreen
EXPLAINER: What to expect in State of Idaho vs. Bryan Kohberger case

With Bryan Kohberger's next court appearance scheduled five months from now, experts weigh in on the possibilities of the case and what we can expect as this case unfolds. David Leroy, Idaho trial lawyer who specializes in criminal felony defense cases, said the prosecution will take the time allotted between now and the preliminary hearing...

The Daily Evergreen
Landlord leaves lessees without water

Editor's note: The name of one source has been changed to protect the individual's identity and prevent possible retaliation from landlords. During a freezing winter morning in February, Catherine* and her five roommates woke up at 10 to brush their teeth but discovered the running water was not working.

Families remember 7 victims of the Oak Creek Temple shooting - AsAmNews

"We all know where we were on August 5. I know exactly where I was," Pardeep Kaleka said to a gathering to remember the 10th anniversary of the Oak Creek Sikh temple shooting in Wisconsin. His father, Satwant Singh Kaleka, founded the gurdwara and died in the shooting in 2012 that killed seven people.

The man who could be the 1st Cambodian Am elected mayor - AsAmNews

The path to becoming the first Asian American mayor of Livermore, California is not an easy one, but Mony Nop is taking up that challenge despite the obstacles he may face. When Nop is going in and out of Livermore businesses, from coffee shops to stores, he often takes the time to say hello to anyone nearby, whether they are a familiar face or not.