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Lumberyard finishes opening all new restaurants

Pullman patrons eat dinner at the Lumberyard Food Hall on Sunday evening. The Lumberyard Food Hall features a wide variety of cuisine in a relaxed eating environment, complete with a playground for younger children.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen reporter

January 7, 2019

As of last week, Lumberyard has completed its process of opening its multiple concept kitchens to the public. The Food Hall originally opened its doors during Apple Cup weekend, operating just one of the several kitchens, Grand Ave. Gourmet Burgers. The former Pullman building supply storage space...

Letter from the Life editor: Goodbye to Life, hello to new responsibilities

Sydney Brown, the current life editor, will take on a new role for the spring 2019 semester at The Daily Evergreen

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen life editor

December 10, 2018

One year ago, I joined The Daily Evergreen as a Life reporter. Today, I’m conducting interviews as next semester’s managing editor. This marks my last day as the Life editor. When I first started this job, I knew I was in way over my head. I’d only had a semester of reporting experience under...

Start volunteering this holiday season

Volunteers pass out small bowls of lentil chili during the 2018 Lentil Festival on Aug. 17 at Reaney Park in Pullman.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen columnist

December 10, 2018

During this time of giving, when classes aren’t occupying our minds, students have the opportunity to get involved with volunteer work in our area. Why volunteer? Not only will you rack up good karma and feel great for making use of your time on Earth, you’ll also give yourself an edge with future...

Student chef teaches his culture, experiences

Student chef Erik Kaufman cooks several Puerto Rican and Caribbean dishes, including arroz con pollo, during his event Thursday afternoon.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen columnist

December 7, 2018

Erik Kaufman fed dozens of people authentic Puerto Rican cuisine for free and provided a learning experience for his volunteer kitchen staff – his roommate, a Multicultural Student Services (MSS) faculty member and an Evergreen columnist. Kaufman, a fourth-year electronics major on exchange from...

Food hall offers fresh concept

The newly-opened Lumberyard Food Hall lights up its outside patio Sunday evening.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen columnist

December 3, 2018

Lumberyard Food Hall officially opened this past Thursday in Pullman, but hosted a sneak peek on Thanksgiving Day and two days after. Lumberyard’s website describes it as a multi-cuisine food hall offering “unique, yet complimentary food and beverage establishments.” “It’s rare when you...

Cuisine brings ‘a little introduction’ to Puerto Rico

“By cooking for someone, you’re leaving them with something they’ll remember for a lifetime,” Chef Erik Kaufman, left, says Friday in the Chinook Student Center.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

December 3, 2018

The Chicanx Latinx Student Center and Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center will host an afternoon of authentic Puerto Rican cuisine Thursday, cooked by fourth-year electronics major Erik Kaufman as his goodbye to WSU. “I leave Dec. 15 and I won’t be coming back to...

Buddhism club hopes to bring meaning to members’ lives

Joseph Ostheller, president of the World Peace Buddhist Club, reads out of “The Heart of the Lotus Sutra” during the club’s weekly meeting Wednesday in the CUB. The club hopes to bring meaning to students’ daily activities.

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen reporter

November 30, 2018

To many, the word “Buddhism” can conjure up images of bald men in robes, but the WSU World Peace Buddhist Club hopes to reveal more about the philosophy than the apparel. Joseph Ostheller is a junior electrical engineering major and serves as the club’s president. He said he believes the heart...

Moscow Winter Carnival to include tree lighting, parade

ZACH GOFF, Evergreen reporter

November 30, 2018

­­­The Moscow Winter Carnival, previously called Light Up the Night & Winter Wonderland Tree Lighting, is sure to put everyone in the holiday spirit this Friday. Moscow’s Main Street will turn into a winter wonderland as the city welcomes in the holiday season with a tree lighting ceremony...

Make your friends, family smile with $15 or less

Provide an opportunity for your friends to demolish wrapping paper like they have always dreamed of. They can release anger before they express gratitude.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen columnist

November 26, 2018

For the most part, we college students aren’t exactly rollin’ in cash. But since snow has already fallen and the giving spirit strikes hot this time of year, there’s a lot you can do with a $10. “I love getting expensive gifts,” freshman zoology major Briana Surfus said. “But those aren’t...

Taproom throws itself a birthday party

A packed house of patrons watch a college football game at Paradise Creek Brewery Trailside Taproom on Oct. 27.

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen reporter

November 26, 2018

After opening during Thanksgiving weekend last year, Paradise Creek Brewery’s Trailside Taproom is ready to celebrate its first year of business. The taproom will invite customers this Tuesday to enjoy the festivities with live music, free cake and $3 beers. Event Coordinator Emily Dennis has helped...

Dinner gives students harsh look at poverty

Emily Parson, president of WSU’s International Development Club advocates for more education and awareness about
socioeconomic issues at the club’s Hunger Dinner on Wednesday night at Ensminger Pavilion.

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen reporter

November 16, 2018

The International Development Club hosted the Hunger Dinner on Wednesday afternoon at Ensminger Pavilion, where students could show up and get a free meal based on current food insecurity statistics. What the club didn’t advertise was, according to these statistics, more than half of the attendees...

Counselor creates safe space

“If you’re around here and you work in mental health, you know there’s a significant shortage,” said Sarah Sevedge, a licensed mental health counselor, when discussing her new clinic’s services.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen reporter

November 14, 2018

Sarah Sevedge, a licensed men­tal health counselor, opened the doors of her office in downtown Pullman last month in response to the community’s unmet need for counseling services. Sevedge has been counseling for over 10 years. She grew up in Colfax as a fourth-generation Palouse native. She said...

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