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Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival leaves audience on their feet

Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival leaves audience on their feet

EZEKIEL NELSON | Evergreen photographer

February 27, 2017


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The closing night of the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival was a night filled with incredible performances from the Lionel Hampton Big Band, student musician debuts, an electric crowd and beautiful music.The night began with the introduction of the Lionel Hampton Big Band and wishing band member James Stewart...

“Chef’s Table” highlights the stories of chefs worldwide

DANIEL ANDERSON | Evergreen columnist

February 22, 2017


Filed under Columns, Life

I love binge-watching Netflix. I also love binge-eating while watching Netflix. But binge-eating while binge-watching a show about some of the best food in the world? That is a level of satisfaction achieved only by watching the outstanding documentary series, “Chef’s Table.”“Chef’s Table”...

Colored locks and corkscrew curls

Colored locks and corkscrew curls

MARIAH INMAN | Evergreen columnist

February 17, 2017


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="234cc896-f4c7-11e6-9963-e7d28bc44632"}}Tight, black corkscrew curls and volume times two – this is just one type of African-root hairstyle. There are locks, cornrows and even twisted or braided weaves, all in any color.In honor of Black History Month, I wanted to l...

Cooking up kitchen culture

Cooking up kitchen culture

DANIEL ANDERSON | Evergreen columnist

February 13, 2017


Filed under Columns, Features, Life

The French phrase “Mise en place” means “everything in its place.” It is a mentality and notion of prepping and organizing food, kitchenware and everything else so the workday can be efficient and smooth. This is a foundation for anyone working in the hospitality industry, and the first thing ...

Meals and groceries from phone to box to home

Meals and groceries from phone to box to home

DANIEL ANDERSON | Evergreen columnist

February 6, 2017


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="8e1a4be0-ec2e-11e6-9ddb-9ba73b89b0a1"}}As a food lover, I cook or go out to eat. As a lazy person, I order in.But living in a small town like Pullman presents challenges for ordering in food. There are individual restaurants that deliver, like Pizza Hut, Dominos and Jimmy Jo...

Birch & Barley review for Restaurant Week

DANIEL ANDERSON | Evergreen columnist

January 30, 2017


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="69e74f10-e6a8-11e6-9492-131163fb7993"}}When I was first visiting WSU as a prospective student, I painted this image of a building among stacks of hay and maybe some friendly cows frolicking the fields outside of campus. This thought consumed me as I endured an agonizi...

Don’t settle for a bad roommate

MADELINE BRAUN | Evergreen columnist

January 25, 2017


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="fc8fdab4-e2d7-11e6-8b38-53d11087b72d"}}So you’re looking for a roommate, and of course not just any roommate, but a really good one.You’re looking for a friend to cohabitate with, because at the end of a long day there is nothing better to come home to, be that a...

Finding ethnic food on the Palouse

Finding ethnic food on the Palouse

DANIEL ANDERSON | Evergreen columnist

January 23, 2017


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="6353d0c0-e125-11e6-a924-131d76825081"}}Last year, my colleague at The Daily Evergreen wrote the article “Campus food does not match diversity of student population.” The premise was simple enough. It was a piece on the desires of the WSU student body for more di...

Campus food does not match diversity of student population

LATISHA JENSEN | Evergreen nutrition columnist

December 5, 2016


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Anyone who has lived in the U.S. for a long period of time is immune and accustomed to the food, and probably can deal with what is provided in Pullman and at our university.For an international student attending WSU, everything is new and different, and the food has more of an impression on them than...

‘Moana’ raises awareness of Pacific Islander culture

DANIEL ANDERSON | Evergreen movie columnist

December 5, 2016


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="71557426-baab-11e6-b805-9b69ab692ebd"}}Disney has cemented itself as the best at creating movie magic. They have invented a formula for solid storytelling and capturing vivid imagination like no other. Their latest film, “Moana,” falls within the same parameters set ...

More meatless food options will increase diversity

More meatless food options will increase diversity

LATISHA JENSEN | Evergreen nutrition columnist

November 28, 2016


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="9153f852-b519-11e6-9937-cf6675724f68"}}College is a time for exploration in all aspects of our lives, and that includes food.When a student wants to go vegetarian, vegan, or improve their diet in general, it is a challenge many on WSU’s campus don’t want to take ...

‘Fantastic Beasts’ ages with its audience

‘Fantastic Beasts’ ages with its audience

DANIEL ANDERSON | Evergreen movie columnist

November 28, 2016


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="607d8702-b519-11e6-b2f5-93f18bff95ee"}}For many young adults, the “Harry Potter” phenomenon was an integral and joyous part of our lives, from adolescence to awkward growing up and into adulthood. The series built a world that resonated well with a multitude of ...

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