The Daily Evergreen

Some talk, others squawk

Some talk, others squawk

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen club reporter

September 22, 2014


Filed under Features, Life

Hidden in the heart of the Palouse is one of the few places where people can get up close and personal with some of the fiercest predators of the sky.Raptor Club is an organization on campus that runs out of the exotics center of the veterinary hospital. When an injured bird of prey is brought in and...

Plein Air results

From staff reprots

September 22, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

Forrest Dickison was announced first place winner of the Palouse Plein Air competition on Friday. His artwork will be on display alongside all other participants’ and staff award recipients’ work from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Third Street Gallery in Moscow.Patrons can vote...

The difference is in the soundboard

From staff reports

September 22, 2014


Filed under Features, Life

A soundboard is the heart of a radio station’s system. Sure, it may be the personality, confidence and passion of the disc jockey that captures the listener’s attention, but even the best hosts don’t get far when no one can hear them.It was senior communication major Matthew Zimmer’s second day...

Salmon fishing in the musuem

BY JEN LADWIG | Evergreen reporter

September 22, 2014


Filed under Features, Life

For the last few years, the Museum of Anthropology in College Hall has been little more than empty space. A few exhibits, such as “The People of the Lower Snake River,” have been on display, but the museum was in need of a fresh, new exhibit.The responsibility of creating a new exhibit fell to Shan...

Playtime in the bedroom

Playtime in the bedroom

BY ABBY STUDENT | Evergreen sex and relationship columnist

September 19, 2014


Filed under Columns, Life

Throughout our lives, we Americans have been told to “work smart, not hard.”Over the last century we have shaved seconds off of everyday hassles with brilliant inventions like spray-on butter, the Keurig, and the Rotato Express. We are a nation of innovators who embrace the shortcut.However, when it...

World-champion pianist to perform at WSU

BY KATHERINE LIPP | Evergreen reporter

September 19, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

World-renowned, award-winning pianist Spencer Myer will fill Bryan Hall Theatre with his own captivating take on classical piano.At a conference for the Music Teachers National Association in Chicago earlier this year, MTNA collegiate chapter president Esther Hayter said she got the chance to see Myer p...

A hidden gem: Bucer’s offers more than coffee

BY KATHERINE LIPP | Evergreen reporter

September 19, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

Coming from someone brand new to WSU, finding culture in the Palouse might at first seem impossible. Small towns can be quaint in their own right, but students still look for where the action happens, where they can spend a Friday night sipping coffee or beer and listening to the local music.Fortunat...

Loud and proud; student percussionist takes the stage

From staff reports

September 19, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

While most people listen to music all day, senior music performance major Mike Troianello creates it.Troianello will showcase his abilities as a percussionist at his recital at 4:10 p.m. today in Kimbrough Concert Hall.Apart from the required time commitment and skill, performance majors also have to ...

Food for thought presents ‘Fed Up’

BY CELESTINA HENDRICKSON | Evergreen food reporter

September 17, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

Apart from two giant M&Ms that say “FU” on the documentary poster for “Fed Up,” a quote declares congress considers pizza a vegetable.The Moscow Food Co-op will present the September documentary selection “Fed Up” for its Food for Thought Film Series. The film will show at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the ...

Switching viewpoints; A WWII story

Switching viewpoints; A WWII story

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen reporter

September 17, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

In a war-torn Europe, it may seem unbelievable that the stories of a blind French girl and an orphaned German boy could connect over something like a radio.Author Anthony Doerr shows how in his novel “All the Light We Cannot See.” Set during World War II, the story switches viewpoints to tell the i...

Political cartoonist hopes to draw in a crowd

Political cartoonist hopes to draw in a crowd

BY HOLLY LANE | Evergreen reporter

September 17, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

In a media world where it’s important to be unbiased, one man’s job description is to be just the opposite.“My job description is to provoke debate,” said Milt Priggee.Priggee , a nationally-syndicated political cartoon artist, will visit Pullman Thursday to give his presentation, “Political Cartooning...

Seeing through the veil of bias against Muslims

Seeing through the veil of bias against Muslims

BY SARAH CARDENAS | Evergreen fashion columnist

September 17, 2014


Filed under Columns, Life

When a Westerner encounters a veiled Muslim in public, some common assumptions held toward the headdress is that it is a symbol of oppression and inequality. Out of my love and respect for foreign cultures, I decided to take a second look at its history to uncover the reasons it sustains such negative con...

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