The Daily Evergreen

Explore music that makes you feel good

MADISON JACKSON | Evergreen music columnist

August 29, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

With so many different types of music, it’s alarming that so few styles make their way to radio stations. It can be hard to find something else, especially in a rural college town with little other than country and the top 40. However, every once in a while, the drive back to Pullman begins la...

Suicide Squad disappoints DC Comics fans’ expectations

Suicide Squad disappoints DC Comics fans’ expectations

DANIEL ANDERSON | Evergreen life columnist

August 19, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

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Live, love, learn and eat good Filipino food

Live, love, learn and eat good Filipino food

By Daniel Anderson | Evergreen food columnist

May 2, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

A common question asked after an academic year is: what did you learn?For my last column of my inaugural year, I wish to share my answer with all of you. I learned to eat, live and love, and it is all thanks to my pamilya, my FASA (Filipino American Student Association) family.{{tncms-asset app="editori...

The craic with Catherine: Lessons from Ireland

The craic with Catherine: Lessons from Ireland

By Catherine Kruse | Evergreen columnist abroad

April 25, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

It’s not all rings and rivers around here. There are hookers too, the sailboat, that is.After living in Ireland for four months, it’s strange to think about flying back to the States come mid-May. Studying abroad has been one of the best things I’ve done, and it has truly been good craic.{{tncms...

RDA the day away

By Daniel Anderson | Evergreen food columnist

April 25, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

With the final two weeks upon us, it is nothing but hustle and bustle from here on out.This last stretch of the academic year means studying, reflecting back, making new goals and getting rid of old books and even unused RDA.This will be my guide and tips for any RDA-life people to spend your remaini...

Talking to victims and survivors

By Jennifer Ladwig | Evergreen columnist

April 22, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

The most any of us can do when trying to talk to any of these people is to be supportive and understanding.When I attended a College Media Association conference in New York City over spring break, I attended a series of workshops on sexual assault, one of which was about interacting with survivors.I mus...

Masculinity and emotion

Masculinity and emotion

By Jennifer Ladwig | Evergreen relationship columnist

April 20, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

Society has developed a stigma that men shouldn’t show emotions, that if they cry, then they aren’t manly. And of course it has. Every time you see a strong male lead, they are stoic, or show their emotion through anger, punching things and such.It is important for men to be able to show their emotions...

Recreating the classics

By Samuel Martinez | Evergreen music columnist

April 18, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

Guitar icon Carlos Santana released his 23rd studio album on Friday, but it was only the fourth album of the Woodstock lineup band that helped cement the Santana name into music history.Here is the problem: this is a legendary band that is putting out an album decades after their hay day.Usually this is a...

Considering confectionary creations

By Daniel Anderson | Evergreen food columnist

April 18, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

Cougar Gold Cheese may have found a worthy and upcoming rival in the form of chocolate.WSU Crimson Confections is the world’s first WSU-produced commercial chocolate. The business is the coalescing of hospitality business management, food science and engineering students coming together to create ...

The craic with Catherine: Castles and coasts in Ireland

The craic with Catherine: Castles and coasts in Ireland

By Catherine Kruse | Evergreen columnist abroad

April 15, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

I gladly suffered a wind-blown hairdo, the biting chill in the air, and the taste of saltwater on my lips so I could meet a dolphin.One of the last excursions I took with my study abroad group was a weekend out on the Dingle Peninsula, and area outlined with cliffs and beaches that sits in the southwes...

Life: DIY

Life: DIY

By Jennifer Ladwig

April 13, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

It’s an age-old idea spouted by parent after parent: you need to be on your own before you can successfully live a life with someone else.This can be applied in many ways from romantic partners to parents to friends, but the idea remains the same. When times get tough, we turn to people we love and t...

Sangria Grille: from Palouse to Peru

Sangria Grille: from Palouse to Peru

Daniel Anderson | Evergreen food columnist

April 11, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

Winter break of my sophomore year of high school, I took a trip to Peru with my family. This would lead to grand adventures among mountains, deserts, grasslands and provincial and metropolitan lands of the like.The greatest adventure in all of this was the hunting for great familiar foods, and even more so, th...

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