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St. Thomas More Catholic Chapel after the remodeling.

WSU Catholic Student Center and Chapel celebrates remodel

SHERIDAN ROBBINS, Evergreen reporter December 7, 2023

On the night of Oct. 5, the members of WSU’s St. Thomas More Catholic Student Center, also known as the Newman Center, dressed in their best attire to attend a ceremony at the St. Thomas More Catholic...

Customers at BookPeople of Moscows 50th anniversary celebration.

Celebrating 50 years: BookPeople of Moscow

ROBYN FANCHER, Evergreen reporter December 7, 2023

Excited chattering, browsing of fresh-smelling books, chocolate cake and charcuterie. BookPeople of Moscow celebrated their 50th year of business from 4–6 p.m. Nov. 15 with a night of book signings,...

Tracy Randall working on her surface design art at Artisans at the Dahmen Barns 18th annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Faire.

Artists bring holiday spirit to Palouse

ANNA ADAMS, Evergreen reporter December 7, 2023

Artists came from near and far to sell and display their works at the 18th annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Faire at the Artisans of the Dahmen Barn on Saturday. Upon entering the Barn, a festive gift...

Mr. and Mrs. Claus arrive at the Appaloosa Museum in Moscow to greet families for the holidays.

Santa on horseback a community tradition for annual Appaloosa open house

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Copy Chief December 7, 2023

Santa Claus and his horse, Nugget, rode to the back of the Appaloosa Museum in Moscow to greet the children and families at the museum’s annual holiday open house on Saturday. Steve Taylor, Appaloosa...

WSUs Glenn Terrell Mall on campus, Pullman, Wash.

Things to do to destress during finals

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Copy Chief December 7, 2023

Happy dead week everybody! I hope your finals are going well and you can find a way to destress during the next week. If you have some spare time during your finals week, I have some fun activities to...

Palouse Choral Society at a performance in October 2022.

Symphony and choral society collaborating to play ‘Messiah’

SIA CHHEDA, Evergreen reporter November 30, 2023

Washington Idaho Symphony will perform Georg F. Handel’s “Messiah” in collaboration with Palouse Choral Society at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 9 and 4 p.m. Dec. 10 at Pullman High School. The artists will...

WSUs Glenn Terrell Mall on campus, Pullman, Wash.

Holiday activities to do to relax from finals

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Copy Chief November 30, 2023

Welcome back! I hope everyone had an amazing Thanksgiving break. Finals are kicking off these next couple of weeks, but if you are looking to take a break and ignore school for a little while, I have...

Ryan Booth presents a slideshow and goes over the history of Thanksgiving.

WSU historian tells true story of Thanksgiving

JULIAN CABALLERO November 28, 2023

The real history of Thanksgiving is a longer story than what is normally thought about, WSU historian Ryan Booth said at a Thanksgiving Talk the Native American Women’s Association and Ku-Ah-Mah hosted...

Attendees seated during the opening introductions of this years CASHE conference.

Chicanx and Latinx students across Washington find home at WSU

KYLER BEANDER, Evergreen reporter November 28, 2023

The Children of Aztlan Sharing Higher Education hosted their 27th annual leadership conference Nov. 10–12. Orchestrated by MECHA de WSU, the conference encourages high school students of all Chicanx...

The Pullman Depot Heritage Center in June, Pullman, Wash.

Fallen Cougars: Grad students share a Cougar veteran’s journey

SIA CHHEDA, Evergreen reporter November 9, 2023

Public history graduate students from WSU’s Department of History are presenting an informative display about a Cougar veteran who gave his life in service of the nation during World War II. The event...

Cars and buildings lining Main Street downtown, Pullman, Wash.

Plays, performances and more this Veterans Day weekend


As finals week approaches, we are all in the last stretches of lectures, coursework and other college student responsibilities. Don't worry; we will make it to winter break together. This Friday is...

Pullman High School Drama Club members acting during a performance of Puffs! Or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years At A Certain School of Magic and Magic.

‘Puffs!’: Seven years of comedy with witches and wizards

ROBYN FANCHER, Evergreen reporter November 7, 2023

A train of magic is taking audience members to the theatre of the Pullman High School, where they will find themselves in an auditorium brimming with a seven-year comedy story. PHS Drama Club is putting...

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