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User-friendly music streaming services

By Samuel Martinez | Evergreen music columnist

April 4, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

For over a year now the online music streaming service Soundcloud has been under scrutiny for copyright issues, but now with the launch of Soundcloud Go, could their troubles be a thing of the past?Fortunately for Soundcloud, their legal issues have been solved with huge deals involving the three biggest ...

One is silver, the other gold

By Jennifer Ladwig | Evergreen relationship columnist

March 25, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

It’s inevitable: High school relationships diminish when you go to college. Whether it’s a romantic relationship or just a friendship, odds are, it won’t stay strong through the transition into college.This can be a hard reality for some people to accept.One of my best friends in high school has been a...

A grande vanilla americano with room for extra profits

A grande vanilla americano with room for extra profits

By Daniel Anderson | Evergreen food columnist

March 21, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

Coffee giant Starbucks is in hot water for allegedly not filling their cups to the tiptop.A class-suit was filed in the U.S. district court of Northern California accusing the company of intentionally serving lattes that are 25 percent smaller than claimed to save on milk expenses.The two California resi...

Springing forward to summer festivals

By Samuel Martinez | Evergreen music columnist

March 21, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

With spring break concluded we begin the six-week wait until summer, but for the music lover this may feel like an eternity.Washington has always been home to some of the best concert venues in the country. Rolling Stone ranked The Gorge amphitheater the 3rd best in the country, while places like The P...

Looks a lot like us

By Catherine Kruse | Evergreen columnist abroad

March 21, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

St. Paddy’s Day: a day for good craic, friendly chatter and celebrating the banishment of snakes from Éire.As a child, St. Patrick’s Day was a time to wear green and avoid getting pinched. Nowadays, I try to embrace my Irish heritage as much as possible by donning my green clothes and shamrock ...

The craic with Catherine: Adventures in Connemara

By Catherine Kruse | Evergreen columnist abroad

March 11, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

Oh dear, a herd of sheep in the road, must be rush hour in Connemara.When studying abroad, it’s always important to remember that you’re a student first and a traveler second. But there has to be a balance between the two. Take every opportunity you can to explore the area where you’re staying and t...

Going home for Spring Break and reclaiming freedom

Going home for Spring Break and reclaiming freedom

By Jennifer Ladwig | Relationship columnist

March 9, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

Coming to college was liberating. I didn’t have to ask to borrow the car to go places. I didn’t have to ask before having someone over to the house. I could hang out with who I wanted, when I wanted, I could do what I wanted when I wanted. That freedom was great, and it became the norm for me, fo...

Untitled album more than meets the eye

Untitled album more than meets the eye

By Samuel Martinez | Music columnist

March 7, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

Hip-hop heavyweight Kendrick Lamar surprised fans with an unexpected release Thursday night; an eight track album of unorthodox titles, but quite orthodox Kendrick style.“Untitled. Unmastered.” Is made up of songs that did not make the cut on to his recent Grammy winning album, “To Pimp A Butter...

Living with Cerebral Palsy

By Daniel Anderson | Evergreen columnist

March 7, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

March marks Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month. Cerebral Palsy is something I deal with every single day and I felt an obligation to make people aware of what it’s really like.For those of you not aware, according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, “The term cerebral palsy refer...

Modern mood music

Samuel Martinez | Evergreen music columnist

March 4, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

Music can electrify almost any situation in life. It can give more meaning, focus and rhythm to anything from working out to washing dishes. So it just makes sense to try your hand at introducing music into the bedroom to spice up any saucy situation.So with lights dimmed and tensions hot, you and t...

The craic with Catherine: the Claddagh

By Catherine Kruse | Evergreen columnist abroad

March 4, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

The hands are for friendship, the heart is for love, and loyalty is shown with the crown up above.These are the words inscribed on a plaque outside the Thomas Dillon and Son Claddagh ring store, describing the design of the Claddagh ring itself. The store was built in 1750 and still stands in Galway t...

Flirting with food

Daniel Anderson | Evergreen food columnist

March 4, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

As a food enthusiast, I get asked all the time by friends, family or just about anyone else in my life, for recommendations when it comes to wooing someone special through food.At this point, I usually give them recommendations for romantic restaurants or even a romantic dish they could cook, but this ...

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