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Students for Life protest abortion at clinic

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

March 23, 2018

For Nicole Manzione, president of WSU’s Students for Life chapter, participating in the anti-abortion 40 Days for Life campaign was a feminist choice. According to its website, 40 Days for Life is an international prayer vigil where anyone passionate about the cause organizes in front of clinics...

Washington Squirrel University: Intro to Anthro Squirrelogy

Washington Squirrel University: Intro to Anthro Squirrelogy

NICK SANDIFER, Evergreen cartoonist

March 23, 2018

Women join Palouse beer conversation

From left: Michelle Pingree, Homebrewers of the Palouse president, Lisa Jones, incoming president, and Erin Hvizdak, Girls Pint Out founder, taste beers at the Girls Pint Out and Homebrewers of the Palouse: Beer Share Potluck.

AUDREY HUDDLESTON, Evergreen reporter

March 23, 2018

Saturday may be for “cracking open a cold one with the boys”, but Wednesday evening was for pints with the women. Members of both Girls Pint Out and Homebrewers of the Palouse gathered at the Paradise Creek Brewery Trailside Taproom for a potluck. Girls Pint Out is a national nonprofit organization,...

Science and Engineering Day hopes to spark interest

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

March 23, 2018

Kids’ Science and Engineering Day, an annual carnival-style event, allows young children in the area to learn about the STEM fields. Senior bioengineering major Maddie Newberry is the head organizer for the event, which is hosted by the Society of Women Engineers. She said she believes exposing...

Washington Squirrel University: Week 3

Washington Squirrel University: Week 3

NICK SANDIFER, Evergreen cartoonist

March 9, 2018

Taproom Trail Runners combine beer, running

Jesse Clark, left, and Mark Tolman, founders of the Taproom Trail Runners, discuss how best to organize runs and whether dogs should be allowed. They took suggestions from other members at the club meeting.

AUDREY HUDDLESTON, Evergreen reporter

March 9, 2018

Beer lovers and runners can rejoice — Mark Tolman of Paradise Creek Brewery created a club that combines the two. Because WSU will be on spring break, the Taproom Trail Runners’ first run will be unofficial. Tolman said the break poses some limitations and they don’t want to launch the group...

Raised from puppy to guide dog

Co-leader Chandler Fish and her guide dog in training, Mick, explains her experience working for the guide dog training program.

MARCUS STEPHEN COX, Evergreen reporter

March 2, 2018

The members of Guiding Paws of the Palouse, a local WSU club affiliate of the Guide Dogs for the Blind organization, know a great a deal about training guide dogs. Guiding Paws meets three times a month to work with the puppies and takes responsibility for raising, training and socializing future guide...

Washington Squirrel University: Week 2

Washington Squirrel University: Week 2

NICK SANDIFER, Evergreen cartoonist

March 2, 2018

Brewfest celebrates beer, music, community

Pete Broyles, owner and head brewer of Riverport Brewing Company, explains how beer will be at the heart of this year's Lewiston Brewfest.

STEPHEN COX, Evergreen reporter

February 23, 2018

Alongside a variety of Pacific Northwest beers, the 9th annual Lewiston Brewfest on Saturday will feature music from local bands, food from local restaurants and a street magic performance. McVey said he decided to host the brewfest to fill a void in the community that other local festivals didn’t. “At...

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NICK SANDIFER, Evergreen cartoonist

February 23, 2018

Rare beers displayed, offered at Birch & Barley

Jesse Rohr, bartender at Birch & Barley, displays some of their rare beers. 
The event included beer from Sierra Nevada and Deschutes breweries.

STEPHEN COX, Evergreen reporter

February 21, 2018

Birch & Barley celebrated rare beers last Saturday, furnished by Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. and Deschutes Brewery. Co-owner and General Manager Jill Bielenberg said Birch & Barley garnered a reputation among local beer enthusiasts for hosting a variety of distinct brews from around the Pacific...

Museum of Missing Stuff embraces local art

Jenny Kostroff, executive director of Hearts of the Arts, Inc. and manager of the 1912 Center, discusses the inspiration for the Museum of Missing Stuff exhibit.

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen life editor

February 16, 2018

Loss is something everyone experiences, and the Museum of Missing Stuff attempts to demonstrate how loss can be art. Jenny Kostroff, executive director of Hearts of the Arts, Inc. and manager of the 1912 Center in Moscow, said the theme is wholly dedicated to missing items of the community. The art...

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