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Coffee, art, people and school: ‘The Jill of all trades’

Coffee, art, people and school: ‘The Jill of all trades’

RACHEL SUN, Evergreen reporter

August 28, 2017


Filed under Features, Life

Name, age: Anna VanderMeer, 24 Occupation: Master’s student in engineering with focus in water resources, barista at Thomas Hammer It’s the first Sunday of the semester: What are your plans for the day? “I’ll be working here for most of the morning, which is honestly the highlight of my...

Palouse Pride Festival aims to keep LGBTQ community visible

Palouse Pride Festival aims to keep LGBTQ community visible

BRANDON PARKINSON, Evergreen reporter

August 25, 2017


Filed under Features, Life

The Palouse Pride Festival made its debut 23 years ago, and this year is coming back just in time for students to participate. Aquasha DeLusty, platinum sponsor for Inland Oasis and festival host, on top of being a drag queen, explained the importance of the festival and what it means to them. “[It’s]...

The hereditary green thumb

The hereditary green thumb

August 25, 2017


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Name, age: Trina Anderson, 58 Occupation: SYG Nursery and Landscaping Have you always enjoyed gardening? “Yes. I have a huge flower garden, and a bigger vegetable garden than I do a house.” What are some of your favorite things to grow? Blueberries and raspberries. And then vegetables, c...

Coffee shop to welcome pets

Coffee shop to welcome pets

LATISHA JENSEN, Evergreen life editor

August 25, 2017


Filed under Features, Life, Showcase

Naughty Dog Coffee shop, a place where people can sip on caffeinated beverages while their dog grabs a bite to eat, is coming to downtown Pullman. C.J. Robert, project manager and co-owner of the shop, opened the Cougar Entertainment Center three years ago with her husband, Quincy Robert. Using...

International students plan for the summer

International students plan for the summer

MARIAH INMAN | Evergreen reporter

May 5, 2017


Filed under Features, Life

The summer sun has finally made an appearance, which means the start of a much-needed break for WSU international students.The summer is a time when international students can travel in the U.S. without having to be enrolled in classes, senior SJ Al Arimi said.Al Arimi is an international student from Oma...

Poster contest features market products

NINA WILLIS | Evergreen reporter

May 5, 2017


Filed under Features, Life

The Moscow Farmer’s Market held the sixth annual poster contest, in which they announced Laura Marie McGreevy as winner. Opening in February this year, applicants submitted posters that represented aspects of farmer’s market culture.McGreevy’s poster used bits of produce, dried goods and fresh...

Capstone co-op collaboration

Capstone co-op collaboration

AILA IKUSE | Evergreen reporter

April 14, 2017


Filed under Features, Life

Students in the WSU Capstone Agriculture and Food Systems course paired with the Moscow Food Co-op for the semester to work together to solve problems the company presented. Students involved with the project included seniors Joe Bergquist, an organic agriculture major; Taylor Choonhaurai, an agricult...

Some art screams, some whispers

Some art screams, some whispers

MARIAH INMAN | Evergreen reporter

April 5, 2017


Filed under Features, Life

Walking through the Masters of Fine Art (MFA) Exhibition, there is a jarring change in mood from the front to the back. The artwork begins with loud, chaotic pieces and suddenly shifts to quiet, minimalist works halfway through the exhibit. “The first half of the museum, the work is very expr...

Artwork inspired by science

Artwork inspired by science

NINA WILLIS | Evergreen reporter

March 24, 2017


Filed under Features, Life

{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="148586f0-104b-11e7-b735-7f4f8c79d889"}}Combining the fields of art and science, an exhibit at Prichard Art Gallery aims to showcase current research to the public.The Prichard Art Gallery opened the exhibit, “Visualizing Science,” on Feb. 10, featuring the work of U...

WSU foreign language ranked seventh most innovative

NINA WILLIS | Evergreen reporter

March 20, 2017


Filed under Features, Life

WSU’s Department of Foreign Languages and Cultures recently ranked seventh in the Best Colleges’ 10 Most Innovative Colleges for Foreign Language Study. This list also includes major Ivy League universities such as Cornell, Columbia and Yale.When looking at the rankings, Best Colleges took a uni...

Sole hijabi woman in Murrow shares her story

MARIAH INMAN | Evergreen reporter

March 10, 2017


Filed under Features, Life

There tend to be misconceptions regarding why Muslim women choose to wear hijabs. Fadumo Ali, a senior in the Murrow College of Communication, is the only hijabi woman in her degree.A hijab is not just a garment without meaning, Ali explained. The garment allows hijabi women to be noticed as represe...

Beads and bayou food at Northside

LATISHA JENSEN | Evergreen reporter

March 1, 2017


Filed under Events, Features, Life

{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="db12ded2-fe42-11e6-a4f9-9befb20aa686"}}Mardi Gras festivities made their way to Pullman on Tuesday night, as participants wore feathered, purple, green and gold masks and Mardi Gras beads into Northside Dining Hall.During Tuesday’s lunch and dinner, traditional Mar...

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