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WWI showcased for Dad’s Weekend

From staff reports

October 24, 2014

Many think of World War I as a conflict that happened on far off shores. However, a new exhibit shows the profound impact the Great War had on the Palouse.“July 28, 100 years ago World War I started,” said Mark O’English, university archivist. “With that in mind, we wanted to look at the war...

Beef and Brews for Dad’s Weekend

FROM STAFF REPORTS

October 24, 2014

Students and their dads will be treated to choice beef and various beers this Saturday at Beef & Brews.The event will be from 1 - 3 p.m. at the Ensminger Pavilion, located between the Lewis Alumni Center and the French Administration Building on Wilson Road.Admission is $20 per person, which covers ...

UREC activities go paternal

BY BROOKELYNN GRADITI | Evergreen reprter

October 23, 2014

Dads will take over UREC this weekend through a variety of activities and contests.The events begin at 6 p.m. Friday with UREC's first Dad’s Bench Best bench press competition.The competition will be a team effort, as participants will combine weight with their Dad, said Coordinator of Fitness ...

Meet the chefs: three flavors of culinary insight

Meet the chefs: three flavors of culinary insight

BY CELESTINA | Evergreen reporter

October 22, 2014

Many students and others who frequent WSU’s dining halls only know of the food on their plates, but many don’t know about preparation and chefs behind the counters and tray returns.“Food is a universal language,” said Jason Butcherite, the sous-chef at Northside Café and WSU alumnus. He said he und...

A pop of Portland Cello Project

BY KATHERINE LIPP | Evergreen music reporter

October 22, 2014

How is a cello like Instagram? Portland Cello Project members believe it is the way they can blur the distinctions between what a cello is expected to sound like, and what it is capable of.“In a way, cellos are like Instagram filters,” Performer Skip vonKuske said. “There’s music we play that I d...

Wilderness Act celebrates its 50 birthday with art

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

October 22, 2014

Celebrating 50 years since the implementation of the Wilderness Act, the Idaho Humanities Council, the Great Old Broads of the Wilderness, and the Latah County Library District presents the “Art Celebrates Wilderness” exhibit at the Third Street Gallery beginning tomorrow.A reception for the exhibit will b...

Chemically bonding the campus and community

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen club reporter

October 20, 2014

With liquid nitrogen ice cream, flaming snowballs, and plenty of explosions, one would think “MythBusters” rolled into town. But these are the results of demonstrations by Chemistry Club.The WSU Chemistry Club, which is open to all majors, promotes interest in the sciences and organizes volunteer opp...

Meet Pete: BookPeople goes Western

BY BROOKELYNN GRADITI | Evergreen reporter

October 20, 2014

A Western author will bring his tales of romance, heartache, and Idaho wilderness Tuesday to BookPeople of Moscow.Author Pete Fromm will sign copies, answer questions, and read from his latest novel, “If Not For This.”“If Not For This” is a story about a young couple living happily-ever-after ...

Dean of Students Office exhibit features student painting

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

October 20, 2014

Acrylic on hand-stretched canvas, “Sawyer,” a playful painting of a bright red and speckled dog, hangs in the Dean of Students Gallery. The artist, senior fine arts painting major Kyla Lakin, shows her first painting of her dog, Sawyer, whom she was forced to put down six weeks ago.“It’s a bi...

Moscow Mayor’s Arts Awards recognize community members

Moscow Mayor’s Arts Awards recognize community members

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

October 20, 2014

Creative people crowded the 1912 center in Moscow to honor five locals who, Moscow Mayor Bill Lambert said, make Moscow unique in the arts. Mayor Lambert began The Moscow Mayor’s Arts Awards Program Thursday evening with a speech.“One of the things I know about artists…,” Lambert said, “is rarely...

Rosa’s lasting impact

BY JENNIFER LADWIG | Evergreen reporter

October 17, 2014

Humanity and the environment will come together as the Bank Left Gallery honors one WSU professor with an exhibit showcasing his environment-themed artwork.Eugene Rosa, a WSU sociology professor, died last February of lung cancer. He left behind a lasting legacy not only through his teaching, but also...

House of candy

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theater reporter

October 17, 2014

For the entertainment of the populous, a Halloween horror story with wicked witches, raging Rascals, and a meal made with the flesh of little children will be told. Such is the story of Hansel and Gretel.This weekend, the Missoula Children’s Theatre will perform its take on the Hansel and Gretel story,...

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