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‘Doctor Strange’ casts new yet similar spells on audience

‘Doctor Strange’ casts new yet similar spells on audience

DANIEL ANDERSON | Evergreen movie columnist

November 14, 2016


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="17378218-aa20-11e6-a611-ef37f01d0946"}}Marvel Studio has undeniably found major success in practically reinventing the superhero genre. It is because of heavy-hitting talent like Robert Downey Jr. that the rebellious genius playboy, Tony Stark, can feel more than just r...

Love is based on personality, not Greek affiliation

Love is based on personality, not Greek affiliation

SADIE SCOTT | Evergreen columnist

November 9, 2016


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="71e2fb7a-a62e-11e6-b936-9f6a4c65add5"}}Relationships are complicated to begin with. Add Greek life to the mix and you are sure to get a recipe for disaster. Or are you?There is not a doubt that dating in Greek life can be a challenge, but so can dating in general. Each situati...

Popular culture stigmatizes college virgins as outcasts

Popular culture stigmatizes college virgins as outcasts

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER | Evergreen columnist

November 7, 2016


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="50eb1228-a4a2-11e6-97d8-6ff651238ec1"}}In the movie “Easy A,” starring Emma Stone, a virgin senior in high school lies about her sex life to impress her friend and feel less like an outcast. In “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” a middle-aged man is found to be a virgin...

Introverts v. Extroverts: Understanding your partner’s personality

Introverts v. Extroverts: Understanding your partner’s personality

MADISON JACKSON | Evergreen columnist

November 2, 2016


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Dating in college is hard, no matter who you are. Balancing school, work and social life is a skill within itself, but personality makes everything more complicated. Personality is that over-arching temperament that determines behavior, according to Psychology Today. Personality is important and ...

Love languages: How to understand your man

Love languages: How to understand your man

LATISHA JENSEN | Evergreen columnist

November 2, 2016


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="c8860dee-a0ae-11e6-b171-efe96aef7f6c"}}Many women think a man’s need for sex is how he expresses his love and his feelings for them, but I think differently.You probably have assumed that all he wants is sex, but there may be an underlying reason to this behavior ...

Americans should be open to foreign entertainment

DANIEL ANDERSON | Evergreen movie columnist

October 31, 2016


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With the overwhelming selection of television shows airing at any given time, streaming services putting out masterful original content and even Youtube evolving from the days of hallow click-bait videos to creative web series, we live in a golden age of television.The same can easily be said about our f...

Sexting: 21st century sex

Sexting: 21st century sex

GABRIEL BRAVO | Evergreen columnist

October 28, 2016


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Sexting: A concept that would only exist in today’s world. A world that can communicate through text messages, Facebook Messenger apps, direct messages on Twitter, and Snapchat. Personally, I have done it, but it’s hard to decide if it is a good thing or a bad thing. After all, sex isn’t really d...

Preparation is key in unfamiliar sexual activity

CHRIS ARNESON | Evergreen columnist

October 28, 2016


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In a bizarre incident that occurred in Pullman this August, a college-aged man, who wishes to remain anonymous, also wishes he would have had a handcuff key.The individual said that although the 911 respondent “took it really seriously” the police officer viewed the situation “pretty jokingly.”Alt...

The role of sex and nudity in theater and literature

CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen columnist

October 28, 2016


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Few books come with warning labels, whereas an R-rated movie trailer can have at least three scenes of naked people.By genre alone, we can determine the kinds of things we’ll see in a story. But each genre has multiple elements. Comedies could be slapstick or ironic. Action may be intense or kid-frien...

SHAPING debunks Asian-American education stereotypes

DANIEL ANDERSON | Evergreen columnist

October 24, 2016


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Asian-American and Pacific Islander high school students from across the state of Washington attended the annual WSU SHAPING Conference this past weekend, a three-day, WSU student-led conference encouraging them to pursue higher education.SHAPING (Shaping High School Asian Pacific Islanders for the Ne...

‘Gleason’ explores the complexity of father-son relationships

DANIEL ANDERSON | Evergreen movie columnist

October 17, 2016


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="4f57017e-940d-11e6-aba2-ff4a06cbf9b5"}}Steve Gleason, WSU alumnus and former safety for the New Orleans Saints is revered and remembered for his pivotal blocked punt during the team's first game back in the Superdome post-Hurricane Katrina. His actions gave hope and re...

Mulan remake should bring honor to Asian-Americans

DANIEL ANDERSON | Evergreen movie columnist

October 10, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="c6210ba4-8e92-11e6-96a4-cb695a9c7c68"}}In the film “Mulan,” the main character makes the courageous decision to take her father’s place in the army as the cries of war loom overhead.Disney has announced a live-action remake of “Mulan” scheduled to be relea...

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