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AMDT helps Cougars go pro

AMDT helps Cougars go pro

LATISHA JENSEN | Evergreen reporter

February 1, 2017


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="4075f532-e83d-11e6-aad2-bf5ed54ff93d"}}When Noel Schulz became first lady of WSU, it was inevitable that she wanted to show her Cougar pride. However, she soon realized there was a lack of attire available for women and alumnae within her age demographic, so she chose to...

Artist pays tribute to exotic animals killed

Artist pays tribute to exotic animals killed

LATISHA JENSEN | Evergreen reporter

January 30, 2017


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The 49 innocent animal lives taken in 2011 in Zanesville, Ohio, happened when officers were given the order to shoot them for human safety. The owner of the zoo had released them before ending his own life.This event resonated with artist and third-year veterinary student, Zena Hemmen, inspiring her to p...

Students take the stage

NINA WILLIS | Evergreen reporter

January 27, 2017


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="b1f38c3a-e44e-11e6-84a1-770fa6eb767e"}}WSU students demonstrated their abilities in an all-inclusive talent show hosted by the Student Entertainment Board (SEB) on Thursday in the CUB.The Coug Spotlight featured performances ranging from free-style rap to musical acts ...

Films showcase outdoor activities

NINA WILLIS | Evergreen reporter

January 25, 2017


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="fd90776a-e2bf-11e6-9519-b7f6e66de792"}}While highlighting remote mountain landscapes and outdoor sports in the form of film, the spirit of adventure comes to WSU highlighting.The Banff Mountain Film Festival began 23 years ago in Banff, Alberta, as a means of showcasing outdoor adv...

Flipping the stigma upside-down

Flipping the stigma upside-down

LATISHA JENSEN | Evergreen reporter

January 20, 2017


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="c16dc99e-ded8-11e6-9a1d-6ff7ef8c20c3"}}In countries like the U.K., China, Russia and Australia, pole dancing is the norm; but in the U.S., it is often looked down upon and mainly associated with strippers rather than with physically fit and athletic people.While pole ...

WSU’s Nuthouse Improv Comedy troupe ‘finds the funny’ with minimal suggestions

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER | Evergreen reporter

January 18, 2017


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="67fba002-dd3e-11e6-8129-4f9080985a28"}}Nuthouse Improv Comedy has brought confidence to its performers. With no script and only a brief idea of what could happen, these performers are forced to become more comfortable with the uncomfortable.“Improv has helped me be more com...

Professor captures winter melodies

Professor captures winter melodies

MARIAH INMAN | Evergreen reporter

January 13, 2017


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="27979b9a-d953-11e6-8297-f72ec5a13f23"}}The new clinical assistant professor of flute, Sophia Tegart, will perform in the recital, “Winter Spirits: Music for the Flute.”Tegart said the collection of pieces for this program are intended to make you feel warm and bundled up despit...

Dahmen Barn portrays Palouse ‘en plein air’

Dahmen Barn portrays Palouse ‘en plein air’

CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen life editor

January 9, 2017


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Capturing an image is a lot easier with a camera than with a paintbrush. But that’s the entire premise of Plein Air painting.“On the Road Again” is the winter exhibit for the Artisans at the Dahmen Barn. The artwork in the exhibit features scenes from backroads and byways around the Palouse, d...

Wandering cat gains local popularity

Wandering cat gains local popularity

From staff reports

December 9, 2016


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="06c2f010-bdb3-11e6-ad1d-037a4fdc75a6"}}From roaming our neighborhoods to finding their way into our hearts, cats gain popularity for simply acting like themselves.Poe, a Siamese-like domestic shorthair, began wandering around Greek Row in September, drawing the attention...

‘Good Vibrations’ exhibit features international drums

From staff reports

November 30, 2016


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="d76d817e-b6ad-11e6-a1ea-534bb0ad66ab"}}WSU’s Anthropology Museum is now holding a new exhibit called “Good Vibrations,” a student-curated display of worldwide percussion instruments and artifacts.The exhibit was created by Jonny Douglas, a WSU Museum of Anthropology...

Alumni Award recipient encourages accountability

LATISHA JENSEN | Evergreen reporter

November 30, 2016


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="886f204a-b6ae-11e6-b883-5b4f4084fbc5"}}With his first record produced with a prominent jazz group at 19 years old, Horace Alexander Young started on his path to triumph. It was not only because he was fortunate to be in the right place at the right time, but he believes i...

Local salon reinvents after flooding

ALISA SMITH | Evergreen reporter

November 16, 2016


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="b7c29764-abb4-11e6-bae7-cb58e95481a1"}}The sounds of hair dryers blowing, stylists and customers chatting, and music playing greet customers who walk into Fusions Salon and Spa, nearly overpowering the memory of the salon’s last few difficult months.Fusions closed fo...

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