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Wellness Wednesday to focus on migraines, menstruation

Roughly 18 percent of the female population suffers from migraines, said Noel Nicolai, education coordinator for Pullman Regional Hospital.

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen reporter

March 10, 2020

This month’s Women’s Wellness Wednesday, hosted by Pullman Regional Hospital, will focus on migraines and the menstrual cycle. Neurologist Sarita Said-Said will speak at the event, which is from 5:30-6:30 p.m. tomorrow at Three Forks Bike and Brew in Pullman, said Noel Nicolai, Healthier Com...

Grub Hunt: Italian restaurant serves homemade classics

Grub Hunt: Italian restaurant serves homemade classics

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen reporter

February 18, 2020

Oak on Main, a new Italian restaurant run by the same owners as Banyans on the Ridge, opened Feb. 6 in downtown Pullman. “It’s great being downtown because people walk by us and drive by us non-stop all day long,” said Frank Maryott, co-owner of Oak. “We’re not off the beaten track anymo...

Apothecary offers CBD, herbal tea, classes

A wide variety of loose leaf herbal teas including lemon ginger are displayed on a shelf at Sam’s Apothecary at 250 E. Main Street in downtown Pullman.

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

February 4, 2020

Since 2017, Sam’s Apothecary has provided the local area with a variety of natural products. Owner Sam Brown opened Sam’s Apothecary shortly before Mom’s Weekend that year, he said.  “It had been a dream for awhile,” Brown said. “Everything started to fall together in the fall of 2016, ...

‘Like 5’4” and a complete badass’

Self-defense instructor Andrea Barcenas bows to finish her Dakatsu on Monday afternoon at the Physical Education Building.

JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen reporter

January 30, 2020

In the Physical Education Building, junior and black belt Andrea Barcenas teaches karate, boxing and other forms of self-defense. Barcenas practices Karatedo Doshinkan, which she said pulls the best aspects of other martial arts forms and incorporate it into one. While she also teaches judo, Kyokushin ...

Halal meat shop provides community, support for students

WSU Instructor and owner of PNW Halal Meats LLC, Mohammed R. Islam, says he works with the Community Action Center to help feed homeless and needy residents of Pullman. PNW Halal Meats, LLC is located on 1045 N. Grand Ave. in Pullman.

EURUS THACH, Evergreen reporter

January 28, 2020

PNW Halal Meats is the only store in Pullman that provides blessed animal ingredients. They also aim to support those in need by providing food for homeless and food-insecure residents through a program with the Community Action Center. “Halal meat is one of the cultural and religious requirements...

Twirling her way to success

Twirling her way to success

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

January 28, 2020

This most recent football season, baton twirler Selah Johnson stood out in every halftime show. As the only baton twirler for the Cougar Marching Band, Johnson first picked up a baton around thirteen years ago as a child living in Port Angeles, she said. “I grew up in a small town and there wasn’t ...

Bibliophiles, food enthusiasts gather at book clubs

Writer Rachel Clark discusses the Moscow Good Food Co-op book club Thursday afternoon at BookPeople of Moscow. Clark said she has been running the group since about 2012.

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen reporter

January 23, 2020

If you made it your New Year’s resolution to read more, you’ve come to the right place. Several local book clubs have made it their mission to meet regularly and discuss literature, whether it’s just for fun, about a specific topic or to serve a bigger purpose. Moscow Food Co-op For readers with a p...

How to eat healthy on a budget

Elaily Hernandez-Repreza, a sophomore in criminology and a defense and an athlete on the WSU soccer team, discusses how she saves money by buying mainly white meats, fruits, and vegtables on Monday afternoon at the Northside Market.


January 16, 2020

An apple a day keeps a doctor away, but for a college student, that apple may break the bank. Healthy food is expensive and for those living on a limited income, it isn’t always an option. Boxed and fast foods have become the norm for college students that are in need for fast, affordable meals. While...

Guide: How to kick your new year’s resolutions in the butt

We know you're already thinking about it, but don't give up yet. Columnist Joel Kemegue has some actual practical advice for achieving your goals.

JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen reporter

January 14, 2020

With the new year comes resolutions, and with resolutions come inevitable failure, disappointment and forgetting until next year. In fact, according to U.S. News and World Report, around 80 percent of people fail their new year’s resolution. Making grand goals to stick to for an entire year is impossible witho...

Get your sh*t done: How to make the most of week one

Get your sh*t done: How to make the most of week one

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter

January 14, 2020

Kickstart your semester It can be overwhelming to think about last semester’s grades, but there are steps students can take to make it easier. Here are some of the tips from academic advisers on how to make the most of your first week. Resources Colette Casavant, academic coordinator for the Agri...

While you’re down there, check for lumps

Ramon Sodano, UREC Fitness Services and Education coordinator, discusses the importance of spreading awareness for men's health issues, the steps one can take to better themselves, health-wise, and the cultural stigma against men being vulnerable on Friday morning at the Student Recreation Center.

REID BROWN, Evergreen reporter

November 20, 2019

“Men don’t take care of themselves. They’re taught ‘stuff it down, zip it up, shut up, rub some dirt on it and go,’” said Julius ‘Juice’ Rock, graduate assistant in University Recreation, personal trainer and weight room staff manager. “Let men have that place where they can open up...

A Wasteful Life: Rethinking Sustainability

Residents of Kooskia, Idaho spend Saturday, Oct. 5 grinding apples for Tahoe Qru, the town’s tiny volunteer EMT building.

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

November 13, 2019

KOOSKIA, ID — Irene Finehout dug through a plastic crate, her fuzzy green hat shielding her from a slight drizzle. In the parking lot of this small town’s volunteer EMT center off the highway, Finehout pulled a handful of shiny apples from the crates and pointed to tiny holes that had formed on their...

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