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Washington Squirrel University: The Easter Squirrel

Washington Squirrel University: The Easter Squirrel

NICK SANDIFER, Evergreen cartoonist

March 30, 2018


Filed under Community, Life, Washington Squirrel University

Students correct abortion misconceptions

Students correct abortion misconceptions

MARCUS STEPHEN COX, Evergreen reporter

March 30, 2018


Filed under Community, Features, Life

For Sydney Pederson, president of WSU organization and Planned Parenthood affiliate Generation Action, supporting Planned Parenthood is not only about protecting reproductive rights, but ensuring healthcare as a right for everyone. According to Planned Parenthood Action Fund’s website, Generation...

Tattoos: How to make informed decision

Tattoos: How to make informed decision

AUDREY HUDDLESTON, Evergreen reporter

March 28, 2018


Filed under Life, Wellness

Getting a tattoo spontaneously — or drunkenly — may seem like a good idea at the time. However, there are some things to think through before committing. Braden Hourigan, manager of Liberty Tattoo in Seattle, said that when getting a tattoo, it’s important the customer be clear with the artist...

Tea can energize, detox body without caffeine

Tea can energize, detox body without caffeine

KATIE GROVES, Evergreen columnist

March 28, 2018


Filed under Columns, Life, Wellness

After writing about the potential health benefits of coffee, I decided to look into the potential benefits — or disadvantages — of tea. Unlike coffee, tea doesn’t seem to have as many negative perceptions attached to it; we tend to think of the possible health benefits. Linda Kingsbury, owner...

Stratton Cutting Garden offers spring floral recommendations

Stratton Cutting Garden offers spring floral recommendations

AUDREY HUDDLESTON, Evergreen reporter

March 28, 2018


Filed under Features, Life, Wellness

For those wishing to get their early flower fix this spring, one Pullman business that will be flower-filled is Stratton Cutting Garden. Jane Stratton, who owns the garden, said daffodils and tulips usually start blooming first. She predicts these flowers will begin to fill her garden at the end of...

Life at Sea: Pollution impacts fishing village

Life at Sea: Pollution impacts fishing village

RYAN PUGH, Evergreen columnist

March 26, 2018


Filed under Involvement, Life

I’d become so familiar with waking up to the smooth rocking of a boat that when we pulled up to Ha Long Bay, Vietnam, in a small passenger boat, I almost forgot I was no longer on the huge MS Deutschland in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. I looked out my window and saw the iconic rock formations...

APAW offers place for Asian women

APAW offers place for Asian women

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

March 26, 2018


Filed under Features, Involvement, Life

The students of the Association of Pacific and Asian Women, also known as APAW, want to prioritize educating the campus about their culture and working to make their school a better, more diverse place. A small group on campus, APAW is a branch of the Coalition for Women Students that is a “very...

MSS multicultural mentor program celebrates 30 years helping students

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

March 26, 2018


Filed under Involvement, Life

The Multicultural Student Mentor Program began with only six mentors and 204 mentees. Today, the program is honoring 30 years of growth and success, with 60 mentors, 1,266 mentees this year alone and over 17,000 freshmen mentees reached overall. In 1988, officials at WSU Multicultural Student Services...

Students for Life protest abortion at clinic

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

March 23, 2018


Filed under Community, Life

For Nicole Manzione, president of WSU’s Students for Life chapter, participating in the anti-abortion 40 Days for Life campaign was a feminist choice. According to its website, 40 Days for Life is an international prayer vigil where anyone passionate about the cause organizes in front of clinics...

Women join Palouse beer conversation

Women join Palouse beer conversation

AUDREY HUDDLESTON, Evergreen reporter

March 23, 2018


Filed under Community, Life, Showcase

Saturday may be for “cracking open a cold one with the boys”, but Wednesday evening was for pints with the women. Members of both Girls Pint Out and Homebrewers of the Palouse gathered at the Paradise Creek Brewery Trailside Taproom for a potluck. Girls Pint Out is a national nonprofit organization,...

Science and Engineering Day hopes to spark interest

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

March 23, 2018


Filed under Community, Life

Kids’ Science and Engineering Day, an annual carnival-style event, allows young children in the area to learn about the STEM fields. Senior bioengineering major Maddie Newberry is the head organizer for the event, which is hosted by the Society of Women Engineers. She said she believes exposing...

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