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Emotional support animals: What you need to know before moving in

Emotional support animals: What you need to know before moving in

JACKEE SMITH, Evergreen reporter

August 21, 2019

The support and love animals provide us is not only comforting — for some people, it’s curing. Many people rely on emotional support animals (ESAs) to help with mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress and more. That’s why it can be beneficial to bring your ESA to...

Journalist goes zero waste

Journalist goes zero waste

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen columnist

August 19, 2019

If you go to the Compton Union Building for food, you probably get a paper box. Employees unwrap plastic bags of food and once you pay, you get a paper receipt, or it’s thrown in the trash. You grab a plastic fork, maybe a plastic knife, get your paper cup and finish it off with a plastic lid and straw....

Get Involved: Your guide to Pullman summer

Get Involved: Your guide to Pullman summer

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

July 18, 2019

Though only a month remains before the fall semester, the Palouse region’s summer is far from over. Events like the Palouse Ridge Music Festival, “Fondo on the Palouse” and performances from local bands will help end the summer on a high note — so get out there. Local music  Local music collective...

UREC should beef up outreach on campus

UREC should beef up outreach on campus

GRIFFIN AYERS, Evergreen columnist

May 23, 2019

The university should empower students to live a healthy lifestyle. Increased resources for students across campus would lead more students to exercise. Exercise promotes a healthy self-image. Positive self-image can improve mental health. Confident students are more likely to be outgoing and active a...

Food truck owners to travel south

Food truck owners to travel south

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen reporter

May 16, 2019

Three years ago, Vanessa Ward decided to take a risk, quit her day job and invest in a food truck to serve her soul food. She said her husband Brian Ward’s passionate career in music inspired her from the time they started dating 25 years ago, but she didn’t dive into a satisfying career for herself...

Theater to show documentary about Moscow-born religion

Theater to show documentary about Moscow-born religion

SAM SCHMITKE, Evergreen reporter

May 1, 2019

The Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre will host a showing of a documentary that focuses on the history of a Moscow religious movement called Psychiana created by Frank Robinson. Brandon Schrand, author and teacher at WSU, said after the audience watches the movie, which he features in, he will answer...

Local band wants to expand influence

Local band wants to expand influence

VONNAI PHAIR, Evergreen reporter

April 29, 2019

Three inspired WSU music students formed local band North Paw a few months ago. The band now includes Joel Roeber, Alex Welch, Joe Ballestrasse, James Carter and Michael Adams. Welch, the drummer and a vocalist in the band, said the sport of boxing and his dog, Poseidon, were the inspirations behind...

Zeppoz bowling alley overhauls late night grill

Zeppoz bowling alley overhauls late night grill

ZACH GOFF, Evergreen reporter

April 8, 2019

Zeppoz, which houses a restaurant, bowling alley, casino and arcade, renovated its restaurant over the summer. The kitchen is open until 2 a.m., which makes it one of Pullman’s only spots to offer late-night food. The new eating area has a different character that looks more like a stand-alone...

ASWSU member works to prevent assault

ASWSU member works to prevent assault

VONNAI PHAIR, Evergreen reporter

April 8, 2019

Catherine Dunn, a senior political science major, is ASWSU’s Director of Health and Safety. Dunn’s passion for working to prevent violence, especially against women, shows through her involvement in ASWSU. “One thing that surprised me about this position was how often people reach out to...

Bar hosts Nat King Cole birthday bash

Bar hosts Nat King Cole birthday bash

ZACH GOFF, Evergreen reporter

April 8, 2019

On Nat King Cole’s 100th birthday, Rico’s Pub celebrated in his memory with a 1920s prohibition-style night. Cole was born just before the beginning of prohibition and became a jazz pianist and popular vocalist in the 1950s. On Saturday night, Pullman faculty, students and locals came to join...

Anthropologist doubles as yoga teacher

Anthropologist doubles as yoga teacher

VONNAI PHAIR, Evergreen reporter

April 3, 2019

Yoga and anthropology instructor Tiffany Alvarez made her office on campus unique. She adorned the light-filled room with various yoga-inspired posters and trinkets. Alvarez first experienced the philosophy and physical practice of yoga during her time studying abroad in Bengaluru, India, which is...

Letter from the Life editor: quit being fake, assert your humanity

Letter from the Life editor: quit being fake, assert your humanity

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen Life editor

March 25, 2019

Last night, I went to a formal for a sorority, which I can best describe as an elaborate mating ritual with a low return rate, like prom. Besides dancing, the most fun and wonderful part of formal in my opinion is getting together with other women to talk about how successfully we modified our bodies. After...

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