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The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Terracotta Pullman on South Grand Ave, Sept. 20, 2023, in Pullman, Wash.

Terracotta Pullman opening Moscow location in May

KENNEDY IVES, Evergreen contributor May 2, 2024

Terracotta Pullman, the pottery business in downtown Pullman, will be opening up a second location in Moscow in May due to Project Downtown Pullman. Terracotta has yet to decide on an opening date,...

Community Band of the Palouse performs outdoors in Downtown Pullman

Community band holding half-century anniversary concert

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief April 25, 2024

Community Band of the Palouse is celebrating its 50th anniversary Friday with a free concert open to the community. Don Peters, CBOP saxophone player and founding member, said the band began in 1974...

Andy Guerrero filming in the Student Recreation Center.

‘Storyteller’ senior uses experiences with grief to drive creativity

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor April 18, 2024

Andy Guerrero’s earliest career goal was to become an author. He wanted to tell stories, and looking back, he said it’s not far different from what he wants to do now. Guerrero, senior digital technology...

Take inspiration from the colors, variations and cycles of nature.

Ask Life: How can I find creative inspiration?

SIA CHHEDA, Evergreen reporter April 11, 2024

Dear Life Section, I have been trying to strike some new ideas for the past couple of weeks. Whether writing, painting or doing a creative class project, I find my mind going blank, and it makes me...

A model on the runway of the AMDT fashion show, March 31, 2023.

Annual Family Weekend events this weekend

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief April 4, 2024

Welcome back Cougs, and welcome Coug families! I hope everyone had a great week so far, but with family weekend ahead of us, there is so much to do this weekend. But, if you do not have family coming...

Elleventh annual Crimson Reads exhibit features WSU authors work.

Annual book exhibit features WSU authors

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief March 28, 2024

The 11th annual Crimson Reads exhibit began last week and features WSU authors who published work within the last calendar year.  David Luftig, Science and Instruction Librarian, said a librarian came...

The Cleaner by Marina Abramovic.

Subversive Intent: Art from Jordan Schnitzer’s permanent collection now on display

SIA CHHEDA, Evergreen reporter March 27, 2024

Subversive art: artistic expression that challenges or undermines established norms, beliefs, ideologies or power structures within society. As part of its “Subversive Intent: Selections from the...

Students walking on the WSU Pullman campus, Feb. 12, in Pullman, Wash.

Music festival, art exhibit and more to do this week

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief March 21, 2024

Welcome back from break Cougs! I hope everyone had a great time off from school and was able to regroup from classes and extracurriculars. But, I know a lot of you are still getting in the swing of...

The All-Seeing Eye by Mozi Jones.

Interactive, immersive, innovative: MFA Thesis Exhibition returns to on-campus museum

IRVIN VILLALVA, Evergreen reporter March 21, 2024

Expect interactive, immersive and innovative art at the Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, which will be on display March 26–June 29 at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Graduate students Reika...

The Non-War Memorial by Edward Kienholz.

‘Beyond Hope’: Internationally recognized artist couple exhibiting on campus

SIA CHHEDA, Evergreen reporter March 21, 2024

Beyond Hope. That is part of the title of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art’s new exhibition, “Beyond Hope: Kienholz and the Inland Northwest,” featuring paintings by artists Edward Kienholz...

Diamond E.B. Porter posing for a headshot.

WSU professor-game developer makes games representing Black culture


Diamond E.B. Porter, game designer and WSU College of Arts and Science assistant professor, creates digital media that represents Black culture, something she never had growing up. Porter centers her...

Attendees at a past Cabin Fever Spin-In at The Yarn Underground.

Knit into warm weather with the Cabin Fever Spin-In

ROBYN FANCHER, Evergreen reporter February 29, 2024

Shelley Stone, The Yard Underground owner, has been organizing since 2020 the annual Cabin Fever Spin-In, an event featuring more than 18 vendors, a raffle, a potluck and different demonstrations to welcome...

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