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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...

Student composers make their debut

AILA IKUSE | Evergreen reporter

February 27, 2017


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Not only is WSU constantly generating new research, but also new music. Between the two composition studios at WSU, there are around 11 composition majors. Four of these majors will premiere or perform their original work from 11 a.m. to noon on Feb. 28 in Kimbrough Concert Hall.The concert is part of the...

No Man’s Land showcases female power

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER | Evergreen reporter

February 27, 2017


Filed under Events, Features, Life

{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="e542c8b4-fcb6-11e6-9a1b-27092ab084e7"}}The month of February celebrates Women in Recreation with help from those at University Recreation. This year, after a month of events such as a women’s volleyball tournament, a women’s deadweight competition and a Pink Gloves ...

‘The phantom of the pawpurra is there’

NINA WILLIS | Evergreen reporter

February 24, 2017


Filed under Events, Features, Life

{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="6ce41174-fa46-11e6-a301-bf86a7002101"}}Adoptable pets, auctions, musical performances, and a catered buffet make up the latest Fur Ball and Yappy Hour fundraiser in Whitman County.Hosted by the Whitman County Humane Society (WCHS), the 10th annual Fur Ball strives t...

Inspiring writers through poetry

Inspiring writers through poetry

NINA WILLIS | Evergreen reporter

February 22, 2017


Filed under Events, Features, Life

{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="5a43cfd4-f8be-11e6-b20f-4f25989e6b42"}}Whether developing skills in fiction, poetry or prose, emerging writers on campus can learn and gain inspiration from poetry readings.This Thursday marks the WSU English department’s latest Visiting Writer Series. Rebecca Gayle Howell, Kent...

Opening the stage for local musicians

NINA WILLIS | Evergreen reporter

February 17, 2017


Filed under Events, Features, Life

{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="9dcb0d4a-f4c6-11e6-bdbf-bb5799e13eab"}}Locals can jam together every Thursday night and can earn free pizza and beer at a former auto shop in Moscow.The Slice & Biscuit started their first bluegrass jam on Feb. 2 with the hope of bringing more live music to the Mosco...

An adventure following a blind man

CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen Life Editor

February 15, 2017


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="95f8e88a-f340-11e6-98be-3713e28638da"}}Imagine kayaking in whitewater rapids, feeling every swell of the current. Suddenly, the kayak tips, and chaos consumes the senses as roaring water swirls around. Now imagine all this happening while also being blind.Erik Weihe...

Cooking up kitchen culture

Cooking up kitchen culture

DANIEL ANDERSON | Evergreen columnist

February 13, 2017


Filed under Columns, Features, Life

The French phrase “Mise en place” means “everything in its place.” It is a mentality and notion of prepping and organizing food, kitchenware and everything else so the workday can be efficient and smooth. This is a foundation for anyone working in the hospitality industry, and the first thing ...

Turning old cotton into new textiles

Turning old cotton into new textiles

AILA IKUSE | Evergreen reporter

February 10, 2017


Filed under Features, Life

{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="cfe20ad0-ef4f-11e6-b96c-fb49923f5570"}}In a few years, an old cotton T-shirt from high school can be recycled into a new skirt.WSU recently won a grant from the Wal-Mart U.S. Manufacturing Innovation Fund for $365,000 to research turning cotton waste into recycled textile ...

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