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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

Angie Howard and her husband Chris Stover created a short film together at the Animation Dynamics studio.

WSU instructor pursues animation, marketing for DreamWorks

JOSIE GOODRICH, Reporter/Copy Editor October 6, 2022

By day, Angie Howard lives in a world of “Puss in Boots” and “Trolls.” By night, she is giving back to her alma mater as a WSU Global Campus instructor.  After dipping her toes into the animation...

Yoon Wha-Roh started to learn the piano as a child while her mother worked. Now she will be touring Europe next spring playing the piano.

School of Music professor wins London music competition

PUNEET BSANTI September 6, 2022

Since she was 3 years old, Yoon-Wha Roh only knew life as a pianist and worked hard to become successful. Now, she will be touring Europe next year after she won the Grand Prize at the London International...

On the job, Steve Sheppard looks through hives with a smoker and runs the lab at WSU.

WSU professor’s work is un-bee-lievable

JOSIAH PIKE, Evergreen reporter September 2, 2022

Whether it is co-founding the world’s first germplasm bank or covering a provost in a bee beard, entomology professor Steve Sheppard is no stranger to bees.  “They’re the most diverse group of...

SLCR held its second annual writing contest this spring.

La Felicidad en 100 Palabras

LANNAN RUIZ April 28, 2022

La felicidad en 100 palabras. Happiness in 100 words.  This semester, the School of Language, Culture, and Race held its second annual Spanish Writing Contest. Open to all WSU campuses and any...

Good food can be found anywhere, like this dish from South Perry Pizza.

Bite of the Palouse: Tips and Tricks for prospective restaurant-goers

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist April 22, 2022

Despite the recent weather, summer is just around the corner. Maybe you don’t believe me; the snow has thrown me off more than once these past couple of weeks. But all and all, most of us at WSU have...

The Sikh Student association ready to spread, bring awareness to Sikhism

The Sikh Student Association is back

CAROLYN MCCAMPBELL, Evergreen columnist March 10, 2022

The Sikh Student Association has been reactivated and is planning on making a comeback. Amninder Singh Sekhon, the president of the SSA as well as other individuals, are working hard to integrate the SSA...

Customers wait in line to order food at Miss Huddy’s Barbecue food truck, Feb. 27.

Bite of the Palouse: Miss Huddy’s Barbecue More Than Worth the Wait

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist March 3, 2022

Over the past couple of weeks, I have been craving authentic barbecue, which seems to be a lost cause in the middle of the Pacific Northwest. It was incredibly fortuitous then that I stumbled across Miss...

Baritone Dr. Aaron Agulay and pianist Dr. Yoon-Wha Roh perform Winterreise by Franz Schubert, Friday, Jan. 28, at the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center.

Immersive Concert Experience Receives Standing Ovation

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist February 3, 2022

Friday, the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center was filled with students and Pullman residents alike to see the immersive performance by Aaron Agulay, pianist Yoon-Wha Roh and artist Keiko Hara.  The concert...

Two LocoGrinz employees ringing up a customer during Friday night rush.

Hawaiian cuisine in the Palouse food scene

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist January 27, 2022

As students settle into their classes and routines, many may have grown tired of eating another meal of chicken strips or pizza from the dining hall. Or maybe the tedium of going to the grocery store and...

Other than Santas, Mary Lou Wayne also creates fairy sculptors that are just as quirky.

‘You can get the expression in my sculptures’

SHEILA JOHNSON April 15, 2021

Mary Lou Wayne, sculptor and owner of Characters in Clay in Lewiston, always tells beginning artists to never stop trying. She encourages artists to experiment with different mediums until they find their...

Clover Rinehart loves when shes given artistic liberty. She feels like she can read people and design their piece based on their personality.

Pieces that are passed down generations

KASSANDRA VOGEL, Evergreen reporter April 8, 2021

Artist Clover Rinehart of Uniontown, Washington creates art that is not only beautiful, but functional. About 10 years ago, Rinehart started making leather gun holsters specialized for women, by women....

Temple began drawing wildlife and nature when she was a child living on a farm in Illinois.

‘This is my career and my calling’

KASSANDRA VOGEL, Evergreen reporter April 1, 2021

As a child, all Catherine Temple wanted to do was create art. Now, she is a career artist who specializes in painting wildlife and pet portraits. Temple said the best part of her job is being able to...

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