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Working out the Pac-12

From staff reports

February 19, 2015

Lace up, show up, and bulk up in the Pac-12 Fitness Challenge next week.WSU will participate in the conference-wide competition Feb. 23-27 to see which school is the most active. Students and faculty can log their workout minutes at www.pac12challenge.org.WSU will compete alongside 12 universities i...

Symphony concert brings love in the air

CORIN UCHUION | Evergreen music reporter

February 17, 2015

The WSU School of Music will provide the soundtrack for night of romance, featuring the Symphony Orchestra in its first spring concert at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Bryan Hall Theatre.The concert will include Shostakovich’s “Ballet Suite No. 1,” and the third movement of Hanson’s “Romantic Symphony...

Small town roots to national blog

Small town roots to national blog

KATHERINE LIPP | Evergreen reporter

February 17, 2015

When she’s not working for her sorority or toward a career in marketing, junior public relations major Madeleine Wilson spreads style and smiles with her successful lifestyle blog, Small Town Roots and Cowboy Boots. The site caters to college-age women interested in fashion, beauty and more, but i...

Taboo takeover through theater

CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theater reporter

February 17, 2015

No more fear of tabooed words or jokes about body parts. Ladies, it’s time to learn how to love the vagina.“The Vagina Monologues” is a theater production put on by the V-Day organization, with its script made up of 200 interviews done by creator Eve Ensler. These interviews were with women of a...

Hearing a history of jazz

DUSTIN VANDEHOEF | Evergreen music reporter

February 12, 2015

Swing through a century of music with the all-faculty band, Jazz Northwest, as the members put on a concert next week celebrating the genre's rich history.The concert, “A Jazz Journey: Past, Present, and Future,” begins at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Kimbrough Hall.“The whole idea is that everything is ...

A Valentine’s Day in Palouse

AMBERLYNNE UMAYAM | Evergreen reporter

February 12, 2015

Couples looking to get out of Pullman for Valentine’s Day can head to the town of Palouse for a full day of romantic events, including an antique sale and gallery opening.Nelson Duran, owner and director of The Bank Left Gallery, said the gallery will host “A Day of Romance,” a daylong Valentine...

A classic whodunit

CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theater reporter

February 12, 2015

Here’s a tip: never say “Someone is in great danger and I know who” lest it result in being kidnapped via a secret passage behind a bookcase. With eccentric characters, a convenient snowstorm, and a murder 20 seconds into show time, it’s clear everyone’s going to die … from laughter.STAGE Stud...

Go global at Glo Ball

From staff reports

February 12, 2015

There’s swing dancing, a disc jockey, and students dressed in their best attire. Toss in a mix of the international and domestic population, and the International Students Council’s Glo Ball comes to life.The International Students Council (ISC) has revamped its annual I-Connection dance to bring the Glo...

On the twelfth day of Christmas my Valentine gave to me

CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theatre reporter

February 12, 2015

Many people have that friend like Mary, someone who loved the holidays so much she would wear jingle bell earrings and a leopard print Santa hat. Then she has to witness her fiancé kissing another woman and “every holiday since then has sucked.” Thus begins “The 12 Dates of Christmas.”Pullman ...

A photographic mystery

JENNIFER LADWIG | Evergreen fine arts reporter

February 11, 2015

Photographer Vivian Maier presents a mystery to viewers of her work The Museum of Art is shining some light on this artist, showing of the investigative film, “Finding Vivian Maier.”“I’m excited and intrigued to learn about an artist who spent most of her life tucked away from public life,” ...

Bringing the bands together

Bringing the bands together

DUSTIN VANDEHOEF | Evergreen music reporter

February 10, 2015

The WSU Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band and several guests will come together this week to put on a free show for the Pullman community.The WSU School of Music will present “Collaborations,” a symphonic band concert featuring a number of faculty artists as well as world-renowned conductor, R...

A Scottish touch

A Scottish touch

ADDY FORTE | Evergreen reporter

February 10, 2015

Trevor Bond, head of WSU Manuscripts Archives and Special Collections, smiled as he tied his crimson and grey tartan bowtie perfectly, and without a mirror.Giuliana Plut, assistant brand manager for the WSU Tartan, said the apparel, merchandising design, and textile department gifted the tartan bowtie to...

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