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LandEscapes: A year-long literary process

BY TREVOR WILLIAMS | Evergreen reporter

November 10, 2014

It’s that time of year again.Since 1999, the LandEscapes Literary and Arts Journal has reached out to aspiring student-artists and student-writers to submit their creative work for the chance of publication.Peter Chilson, instructor in the English department and journal adviser, said he’s been with the magazine s...

Journal launch features indigenous voices

BY HOLLY LANE | Evergreen reporter

November 7, 2014

A diverse set of voices can be heard tonight at BookPeople of Moscow, when a local literary journal launches its fall 2014 edition at 6 p.m.The literary journal, “Yellow Medicine Review,” features exclusively indigenous writing and often including very prestigious writers, said Misty Ellingburg, editor-i...

High schools harmonize with WSU orchestra

From staff reports

November 7, 2014

Junior high and high school students will start on a high note today when they take part in WSU’s orchestra festival.WSU will host the WSU/WASTA High School and Junior High Orchestra Festival today. The daylong festival will provide clinics for student orchestras and include midday WSU Symphony Orc...

Moscow swan song

BY KATHERINE LIPP | Evergreen music reporter

November 7, 2014

Leaving somewhere after 26 years of friendships and community is difficult, but for some, the calling to do what you love makes it worth it.Moscow singer-songwriter Bart Budwig is about to wave to his hometown and plunge into his dreams of full-time musicianship. Budwig will say goodbye on Sunday at 7 p.m...

Hawks and owls take flight

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

November 7, 2014

Two paintings, “Owl-bert Einstein” and “Stephen Hawking” are now a permanent part of the CUB Art Collection.Daniel Tate, a WSU Master of Fine Arts graduate and pun enthusiast made the paintings (of an owl and a hawk, respectively) for his thesis.CUB Senior Associate Director Karee Shaw sits on...

The puff-puff: a Nigerian delicacy

BY CELESTINA HENDRICKSON

November 6, 2014

Students learned how to create a puff last night. That is, a puff-puff, a traditional Nigerian delicacy, which is essentially a fried yeast ball served popularly in many variations around the globe. During a Nigerian cooking demonstration that took place on last night, Nigerian international student Tosin...

Just for fun: Dahmen Barn opens new exhibit

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

November 5, 2014

Pastel paintings of the Palouse and beyond will fill the Artisans at the Dahmen Barn for the “Simply Painting for Fun” exhibit.The opening reception for the work of three local artists, Franceen Hermanson, Sharley Schenk, and Linda Shewey, will take place Sunday from 1-3 p.m. The exhibit will be up to...

The holidays here early

The holidays here early

From staff reports

November 5, 2014

 The holidays are coming up, and the WSU Symphony Orchestra is here to remind you.The orchestra will put on a free hourlong concert at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Bryan Hall, which will feature three movements from Brahms’ “Symphony No. 2.” and selected works from Tchaikovsky’s famous ballet, “The Nu...

Big festival for big band jazz

BY DUSTIN VANDEHOEF | Evergreen music reporter

November 5, 2014

It's been running for 22 years, and if it remains as popular as it is now it'll run for many more.The 22nd annual WSU Jazz Festival takes place all day today in Kimbrough Music Building and will feature 14 different high school bands, as well as some of WSU's own jazz ensembles.“It's one of the cult...

Artists take spotlight in Moscow First Thursday

BY JENNIFER LADWIG | Evergreen reporter

November 5, 2014

Few things are more important to a local business than community involvement and support. Moscow businesses know this, and set up an event known as First Thursday as a way to feature local businesses and artists.“Basically the idea is to support local businesses, encouraging people to go out to dinner and visit a new ...

Need an excuse to grow a mustache?

BY BROOKELYNN GRADITI | Evergreen reporter

November 5, 2014

Spread the word by sporting your ‘stache.November becomes “Movember” as UREC and Health and Wellness Services team up to raise awareness to WSU students about critical men’s health issues.UREC hosted a kick-off event last night with a “burpees for balls” fundraiser, a beard growing competiti...

Oklahoma! Where the songs come sweeping to the stage

Oklahoma! Where the songs come sweeping to the stage

From staff reports

November 5, 2014

Mother always said if the boy teases the girl it means he likes her. Now what to do when neither the boy nor girl will confess their feelings?This is something to ask about Curly McLain and Laurey Williams in the Regional Theatre of the Palouse production of “Oklahoma!,” which will open tomorrow.T...

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