The Daily Evergreen

Wine club networks through frequent tours, trips

Viticulture and Enology Club President Zachary Green, left, and Vice President Alexis Torp encourage others to join regardless of previous experience with wine culture.

NINA WILLIS, Evergreen reporter

November 27, 2017

The WSU Viticulture and Enology Club is planning their next Mom’s Weekend wine-tasting event, which serves as their main fundraising source each year. The last tasting was at the Apparel, Merchandising, Design and Textiles department’s Mom’s Weekend Fashion Show. Club officers plan this throughout...

Club builds satellite to launch

Cougs in Space President Kenneth Eversole, a junior computer science major, shows off part of the satellite called a Central Processing Unit during their weekly meeting. They have to build a stable structure that can stand the radioactivity levels in space.

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

November 27, 2017

Cougs in Space received a grant from NASA last year and now focus their mechanical efforts on the launching of a space satellite. The satellite is set to launch sometime between May 2019 and 2020. Last year, Cougs in Space applied for NASA’s educational grant, allowing them some flexibility in creating...

Film celebrates international disability holiday

LATISHA JENSEN, Evergreen life editor

November 27, 2017

A free movie showing at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Center is hosted by the Disability Action Center NW to celebrate International Day of People with Disabilities on Dec. 3. The film is called, “Soul Surfer” and is about a teenage girl who has spent much of her life surfing, but while engaged...

Art Club focuses on techniques

Volunteer teacher Ernie Weiss commends treasurer Chad MacPhearson’s attention to detail at the Art Club’s Watercolor Workshop on Thursday in the Fine Arts Building.

NINA WILLIS, Evergreen reporter

November 13, 2017

The Art Club’s focus this year is to participate in more hands-on practices like their recent Watercolor Workshop. The WSU Art Club began last year, with a major focus on fundraising for the first few months, Vice President Sidney Westenskow said. The club also wants to increase the amount of collaborative...

Employee talks about his plans following graduation

Sam Kosbab is looking into a postition with Zillow.

RACHEL SUN, Evergreen reporter

November 13, 2017

Name, age: Sam Kosbab, 23 Year, major: senior, marketing How did you choose this job? “I worked at a gym for ... my whole life in terms of being employed. So when there was a management position open [at the Chinook Student Center], that’s why I wanted to come here.” Have you always been ...

Club joins renewable energy discussion

Club joins renewable energy discussion

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

November 13, 2017

The Renewable Energy Organization will focus their efforts on placing a solar panel energy grid at the Campus and Thatuna bus stop this winter. President Jacob Halela, a senior majoring in mechanical engineering, said that this will be the club’s first official project. Their ultimate plan is to...

Criminal Justice Club studies bias

President Samantha Bill talks about The Criminal Justice Club at the meeting Wednesday.

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

November 6, 2017

The Criminal Justice Club discusses controversial topics of law enforcement procedures. President Samantha Bill said the more involved one is with learning about crime from a police perspective, the more they can understand how the criminal justice system works. Bill cites many television crime shows...

Tasting honey, raising awareness

Graduate student in the Shepherd Bee Lab Melanie Kirby answers questions about the university's bees during the WSU Honey Tasting and Open House held at the Brelsford Visitor Center on Friday.

KAYLA SIMONSON, Evergreen reporter

November 6, 2017

A honey tasting at the Brelsford WSU Visitor Center was created to help raise awareness and funds for the campus bee facilities. In June 2016, a campaign began to raise funds for WSU Honey Bee and Pollinator Research Facilities in order to keep up with the growing and internationally-recognized research...

Supporting the community

Kendra Salgado, left, and Colby Pfost build tree guards for vulnerable trees in the Palouse area as part of a volunteer event for the Circle K International club. These guards are created to be stronger than the plastic ones originally in place.

KAYLA SIMONSON, Evergreen reporter

October 30, 2017

Circle K International, a community service club, works on projects for the community and allows members to build strong connections. Circle K International is a college branch of the larger community service network of Kiwanis, which includes Key Club for high school students, Builders Club for middle...

Humans vs. Zombies game to take over campus

From left to right: Cooper Allen, Zachary Cutter and Jason Eng prepare Wednesday night at the CUB for this year’s Humans vs. Zombies game.

NINA WILLIS, Evergreen reporter

October 30, 2017

WSU club upgrades the childhood game of tag to a campus-wide battlefield that pits a team of humans against zombies in a weeklong outbreak. The Humans vs. Zombies Club began in fall 2005 at an east coast college and quickly spread to various college campuses across the U.S., club officer Zachary Cutter...

Fashion club reimagines their upcoming magazine

Back, left to right: Serena Sabedra, Tara Kelly, Kaley Mozell, Bridgette Bacon and Trityca M Stubbs. Front, left: Jahaida Benitez and Kylie Humble at their meeting Thursday.

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

October 30, 2017

The Apparel Merchandising Design and Textile student organization combines multiple majors within the AMDT department into a cohesive group of individuals. President Kylie Humble, a senior majoring in apparel merchandising, always knew she adored fashion and wanted to establish connections with others...

Auto club members help others with cars

Club President Matt Mortimer says participation is open to all who are passionate about cars.

MARCO MCCRAY, Evergreen reporter

October 23, 2017

The Automotive Enthusiast Club gives students the opportunity to meet new people and learn more about cars. President Matt Mortimer said the club started about a year ago and has been quickly growing ever since. AEC started with five members and is now up to 400 on its Facebook page, Mortimer said. There...

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