The Daily Evergreen

The woman’s Old Faithful

BY ABBY STUDENT | Evergreen sex and relationship columnist

September 26, 2014

When my brother was 3 years old, my mother made a terrible mistake. In a noble photographic effort, she and her best friend attempted to capture a picture of their young children together. They posed my toddler brother in the shot and then handed him a newborn. I know, babies holding babies seems adorable ...

Sweet honey in the Rock brings a cappella with historical notes

Sweet honey in the Rock brings a cappella with historical notes

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theater reporter

September 26, 2014

Take a look through the eyes of musicians as they sing about feelings and the world as they see it.Sweet Honey in the Rock is an a cappella ensemble consisting of African American women. Using contemporary and historical styles from many different genres, the group uses music to express its views of t...

A midday musical break

BY AMBERLYNNE UMAYAM | Evergreen reporter

September 26, 2014

Students can take a break from studying in the library and listen to live music without leaving their chair.About every other Friday the Terrell Library Atrium has held recitals for students, staff and outside groups to perform for up to an hour starting at noon. The informal concerts in the library atriu...

The art of Chic-onomics

BY SARAH CARDENAS | Evergreen fashion columnist

September 24, 2014

In a time when fast fashion makes you feel like you are out of style in just a few short weeks, or the garment literally falls apart after the first use, I turn to vintage stores to provide me with quality, and inexpensive items to create unique, one-of a-kind retro outfits.I love these treasure tro...

Research in progress

BY HANNAH RAY LAMBERT | Evergreen reporter

September 24, 2014

The words “lavori in corso,” Italian for “work in progress,” greet anyone who visits Maria DePrano’s office. A friend of DePrano’s in Italy made a tie out of the tape (similar to “caution” tape in America) and later gave it to her because she liked it so much.It’s a fitting phrase fo...

Balance is better

From staff reports

September 24, 2014

When the missed opportunity to indulge in a V8 appears, WSU dining halls can save students a slap to the forehead and offer a tastier and more balanced option.This week, Hillside, Northside and Southside dining halls are participating in the “Balance is Better” program put on by WSU Dining Servi...

Halloween here early; FreakNight Traveling Circus finds campus

From staff reports

September 24, 2014

Halloween comes early as the FreakNight Traveling Circus storms Beasley Coliseum.The traveling circus is a pre-party to Northwest Halloween ritual known as FreakNight. Its roots come from the circus’s previous tour, “The Paradiso Journey.” Having enjoyed the show tour, it was decided to do something s...

All the stage’s a drum

All the stage’s a drum

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theater reporter

September 24, 2014

A touring dance team will turn Beasley Coliseum into its own giant drum.Born from college Greeks and seen across the world, Step Afrika! will come to Pullman with high-energy dance form combining traditional African styles with the contemporary.Step Afrika! is a dance group whose stated mission is to br...

Fashion students’ designs compete in ITAA

From staff reports

September 22, 2014

Two WSU students will travel to North Carolina this November as finalists in a national design contest.In the spring of 2014 Carol Salusso, an associate professor in the Apparel Merchandising Design and Textiles Department asked her students to come up with original designs as part of their final project an...

The difference is in the soundboard

From staff reports

September 22, 2014

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

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...

Some talk, others squawk

Some talk, others squawk

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen club reporter

September 22, 2014

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...

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