The Daily Evergreen

Time travel to the ’40s

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

October 15, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

“Heart Mountain”: a CUB Gallery exhibit a student could live in.SEB’s second Sketch Wednesday of the semester will include mocktails, a live disc jockey, artists working in the gallery space, and a recreated 1940s WSU residence hall room. Local artists will be in the CUB Gallery for Sketch Wed...

“Blackfish” screening brings awareness and controversy

BY MIRANDA HANSEN | Evergreen reporter

October 15, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

Weighing in at around 22,000 pounds, an average male killer whale will present myriad logistical concerns when it makes a splash tomorrow at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Center.  As part of its ongoing Food for Thought Film Series, the Moscow Food Co-op collaborated with University of Idaho Depart...

Juggling among the books

BY SHELTYN ROSE | Evergreen reporter

October 15, 2014


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They do it to stay young, they do it passionately, and there’s no telling what new techniques and toys will appear when Patty and Daniel Sparks get together for some good, old-fashioned juggling.Patty will perform at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Colfax Library for kids in grades one through six. The even...

From Houston to Pullman

From Houston to Pullman

From staff reports

October 13, 2014


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Before guitar Instructor Bradley Ard came to WSU, he was everywhere else.After decades spent moving around the United States as a musician, playing gigs, and composing songs for himself and others, Ard left his teaching position at Lone Star College in Houston and arrived in Pullman last year to take a...

Rain and hail won’t keep them down

Rain and hail won’t keep them down

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen reporter

October 13, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

Stand aside, Men in Tights. Here come Men in Pink Kilts.Saturday was the 13th annual Pullman Highland Games, put on by the Resonate Church every October. More than 100 men came out, all of them wearing kilts to represent their own clans, and participated in nine different events.“We’re trying to hav...

Going bonkers for bots

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen club reporter

October 13, 2014


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From Mars rovers to battling bots, the students of Robotics Club train to become masters of machinery.WSU’s Robotics Club started last year in August. The club serves as a place for students to learn how to build and program robots either to perform tasks or simply for the fun of it.“The two main ...

Met live at the kenworthy

Met live at the kenworthy

From staff reports

October 10, 2014


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The Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre in Moscow only gets better with age.Beginning Oct. 11, the Kenworthy will be able to stream digital content, including the Metropolitan Operas live from New York after receiving its new digital projector.Bringing the Met Operas to Moscow has been in the works for ...

Coach-cello comes to campus

BY KATHERINE LIPP | Evergreen music reporter

October 10, 2014


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The great thing about a festival is its variety of sounds and styles, but some instruments are capable of creating a melting pot of genres all on their own.Assistant professor of music Ruth Boden will present her own version of a one-woman, one-instrument festival this Friday at 8 p.m. in Bryan Hall Thea...

One act, four plays

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theater reporter

October 10, 2014


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Driven by students and ranging from family comedy to soul-searching, STAGE One returns to bring four new one-act plays in this year’s festival.STAGE One, run through STAGE Student Theater, is a festival of one- act plays that are written, directed, and acted by students with advising from professor...

When men become mice

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theater reporter

October 10, 2014


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Three blind mice, three blind mice, turn out the lights, and one dies.Though creepy, it’s exactly the kind of feeling one might take away from “The Mousetrap,” a play written by godmother of murder mysteries, Agatha Christie. The murder mystery show will be performed at the Pullman Civic Theat...

Man on marimba

From staff reports

October 10, 2014


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One award-winning drummer and composer will take different approach to classical music. Instead of violin or piano, he’ll play the marimba.Professional percussionist Christopher Whyte will perform a guest recital at 4:10 p.m. today in Kimbrough Concert Hall.WSU Director of Bands Danh Pham invited the...

Arts and crafts: a family affair

BY JEN LADWIG | Evergreen reporter

October 10, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

For those who don’t enjoy holiday shopping, a variety of arts and craft vendors will gather this weekend to make it a one stop shopping experience.The Gallagher family has always loved crafts, and as a family they started their own arts and crafts fair 27 years ago, and it has only grown since.Lin...

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