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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 ...

Navigating between friends and frenemies

By Jennifer Ladwig | Evergreen relationship columnist

March 2, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

As many of my friends, co-workers and classmates know, I generally don’t like people. Beyond the annoyance I feel for the general public, there are some people who rub you the wrong way to the point that you may consider them your enemy.You hope this person does worse on a test than you, or that you ...

Columnist curates March meal madness

By Daniel Anderson | Evergreen food columnist

February 29, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

There is no better time to be dining out than in March. Whether you are from the Seattle, Inlands or Portland area, great dining deals await. All three areas are having special promotions to promote dining out and eating amazing food.Seattle has Dine Around Seattle. More than 40 restaurants are offerin...

Something cheesy is going on

Something cheesy is going on

By Daniel Anderson | Evergreen columnist

February 26, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

Cheese is one of the most beloved foods in the world. Its variety is almost unfathomably vast and it comes in just as many forms. The most recognized and popular cheese is arguably parmigiano-reggiano or parmesan for short. It is packed full of umami flavor, slight creaminess and wood pulp.Yes. You re...

Me, Myself and I

Me, Myself and I

By Jennifer Ladwig | Evergreen columnist

February 24, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

I wake up, get ready, go to class, go to work, sleep, repeat; it can be easy to fall into the routine.It’s hard to determine how much time to give to different aspects of your life. Somehow, in your crazy schedule, you need to make sure to take time for yourself.Life is busy, it can start to wear you...

Video game music deserves recognition

By Samuel Martinez

February 22, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

As awards season winds down, one aspect of music that is near and dear to me, once again, is overlooked. Maybe this genre of music is used to being ignored, since when it comes to video game soundtracks, there is so much more than a good score.Attempted game award ceremonies in the past have always been ...

Golden Teriyaki restaurant review: four golden stars

By Daniel Anderson food columnist

February 19, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

I have an easier time believing in aliens and the supernatural than I do finding authentic Asian food in the Palouse. Often the case with naysayers, seeing is believing, but in my case with Golden Teriyaki, eating is believing.In honor of Lunar New Year, the Vietnamese Student Association (VSA) had a ...

The craic with Catherine: the streets of Galway

By Catherine Kruse

February 19, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

There's nothing quite like the sound of an Irish banjo in the morning to make you chipper.The streets of Galway are a sight to behold, especially on weekday afternoons when the weather is nice. Experiencing the local scene is crucial for studying abroad. It’s a time to get a feel for culture by living...

Lovers beware: the danger of attachment

By Jennifer Ladwig relationship columnist

February 17, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

Few can deny relationships are great. Who doesn’t want to have a boyfriend or girlfriend to spend lazy days with, and go out for coffee and watch Netflix?However, once the famed honeymoon phase is over with, couples can find themselves in one of several places.For those lucky few, once a new relat...

The cost of love and why we should pay every day

JENNIFER LADWIG | Evergreen relationship columnist

February 12, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

Chocolates, roses, huge teddy bears, sparkly jewelry and lingerie, cheesy cards, and all things pink and red: Valentine’s Day is chock full of overpriced presents we all feel obligated to buy for our significant other. I’m here to break the cycle. You shouldn’t be showing your love only one day o...

The craic with Catherine: Dublin edition

The craic with Catherine: Dublin edition

By Catherine Kruse | Evergreen columnist abroad

February 12, 2016


Filed under Columns, Life

Duck Tours are fun, but they don’t let you shout like a Viking at Celts on the sidewalk.Over the weekend was an excursion to the city of Dublin. Amongst activities like a play at Abbey Theatre, a tour of the Guinness Brewery, and seeing the Book of Kells at Trinity College Library, I learned not jus...

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