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A bit of a fruitcake

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theater reporter

December 1, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

It’s kind of sweet, kind of nutty, and best associated with the Christmas season. It’s the name of the cake nobody seems to like, and the holiday show put on by Pullman Civic Theatre: “FrUiTCaKeS.”The story of “FrUiTCaKeS” follows Jamie, a young boy who ran away from home and comes into a sma...

Flute tunes just in time

From staff reports

November 21, 2014


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This afternoon, soothing flute music will help the transition from hectic school life to a period of rest and Thanksgiving.Megan Anderson will give her senior student recital today at 3:10 p.m. in Bryan Hall Theatre.Anderson said she has been preparing for her senior recital since January, learning full...

Bauhaus revisited; Prichard Art Gallery features architecture-inspired photography

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

November 21, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

The streamlined and simple layout of the Prichard Art Gallery showroom mimics the content of its current exhibition, Bauhaus Twenty-21: An Ongoing Legacy.Gordon Watkinson photographs both modern and early 1920s architecture side by side to compare and contrast ideals that transcend time.Roger Rowley,...

An international Thanksgiving celebration

BY JENNIFER LADWIG | Evergreen reporter

November 21, 2014


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The typical Thanksgiving dinner: Turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy and, most importantly, pumpkin pie.The International Center hosted a pumpkin pie making demo yesterday, allowing international students to make and eat the traditional holiday treat.“The international community doesn’t usually l...

BookPeople alumna returns to read from her latest book

From staff reports

November 21, 2014


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Author Christine Pakkala had no desire to write children’s books until she had children of her own.Pakkala said she and her daughter decided to take on a “go green” project in which her daughter would walk to and from school each day. In return, Pakkala said her daughter was upset with always bei...

One last musical chance before break

From staff reports

November 21, 2014


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Music majors taking part in the “Student Chamber Music” performance have one last hoop to jump through before they can return home for Thanksgiving Break.Taking place at 4:10 p.m. today in Bryan Hall Theatre, the “Student Chamber Music” concert is made up of a graduate level piano trio, two ...

Good brews Roosting

BY BROOKELYNN GRADITI | Evergreen reporter

November 19, 2014


Filed under Features, Life

An array of homemade pastries, the light chatter of customers, and the sweet smell of freshly-brewed coffee fills the air of Pullman’s newest coffee hub.A young local entrepreneur with goals of opening a coffee shop brought her dream to life in Pullman, when Roost Coffee, located in the bottom flo...

Hold your horses; BookPeople welcomes author whose work features the Wild West

BY HOLLY LANE | Evergreen literary reporter

November 19, 2014


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This isn’t their first rodeo, but locals never know exactly what to expect when an author visits the Palouse.BookPeople of Moscow will welcome Molly Gloss at 7:30 p.m. today to read from her latest book “Falling from Horses,” and to talk and answer questions about her book.“It’s always fun ...

Two ensembles, one symphonic performance

From staff reports

November 19, 2014


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Students often walk a fine line between their obligations to school and extracurricular activities, but they owe it to themselves to dedicate time to their diverse talents, said Danh Pham, director of WSU bands.Students in the WSU Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble will give a performance at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Bryan ...

Jingling skirts and midriff-baring shirts

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen club reporter

November 17, 2014


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The Belly Dance Club may be one of the few places where prancing around like a bird in a black top and 25-yard skirt with your hands above your head would dub everyone the nickname “ostriches.”“We’re just an informal club that enjoys belly dancing,” said club President Krishna Hedger, a junior...

The keys to her future; student piano recital shows at Kimbrough

From staff reports

November 17, 2014


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The word ‘pedagogy’ may sound intimidating, but to WSU junior Carlie Berry it's a future career.Pedagogy is an academic word for “the method of teaching,” and Berry's work toward a bachelor's degree in piano performance places an emphasis on that ability.“My passion is teaching,” Berry said...

An artistic reflection in fine arts Gallery 2

An artistic reflection in fine arts Gallery 2

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

November 17, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

After seven years, a WSU alumnus returned to campus to tell a story through glass work.The reflective glass panels question the difference between recorded history and personal history through narrating the travels of Alex Gibson’s friend who disappeared. The WSU campus is the third of seven location...

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