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Hearing what WSU is all about

Hearing what WSU is all about

From staff reports

October 17, 2014

If campus seems a bit more crowded to you this weekend you wouldn't be wrong.Tomorrow morning 14 different high school choir groups will arrive to take part in the 21st annual “WSU Choral Festival,” an event that will go on throughout the entire day starting 9 a.m. and finishing about 7 p.m.The pe...

Beer and wine now

From staff reports

October 17, 2014

Keep them pouring. Moscow Farmers Market now welcomes winemakers and brewers.Saturday the Moscow Brewing Company and Camas Prairie Winery will sell beer and wine at the Farmers Market.Jeremy Ritter, winemaker and owner of the Camas Prairie Winery, has owned the Moscow winery for the past four years.Th...

Authors bound for Moscow

Authors bound for Moscow

BY HOLLY LANE | Evergreen reporter

October 17, 2014

From poetry inspired by archeology to stories about loss, authors will turn pages this weekend during BookPeople of Moscow’s Author Saturday event.Author Saturday will feature four authors and their latest books, as the name suggests, Saturday morning.“It’s a chance to get local and regional autho...

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...

The fashion spirit of the times

BY SARAH CARDENAS | Evergreen fashion columnist

October 15, 2014

After contemplating the possible zeitgeist at WSU, I came to a conclusion: it is not the factors that contribute to spirit of the times that matter, but rather the final message that the dominating fashion style represents.Zeitgeist, a German word that literally means spirit (geist) of the time (zeit...

Time travel to the ’40s

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

October 15, 2014

“Heart Mountain”: a CUB Gallery exhibit a student could live in.SEB’s second Sketch Wednesday of the semester will include mocktails, a live disc jockey, artists working in the gallery space, and a recreated 1940s WSU residence hall room. Local artists will be in the CUB Gallery for Sketch Wed...

“Blackfish” screening brings awareness and controversy

BY MIRANDA HANSEN | Evergreen reporter

October 15, 2014

Weighing in at around 22,000 pounds, an average male killer whale will present myriad logistical concerns when it makes a splash tomorrow at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Center.  As part of its ongoing Food for Thought Film Series, the Moscow Food Co-op collaborated with University of Idaho Depart...

Low brass gets a time to shine

BY KATHERINE LIPP | Evergreen music reporter

October 15, 2014

It’s not hard to think of something more exciting than band class — or so it may seem. Those performing as a part of the WSU School of Music’s Low Brass recital would like to refute that idea.“Band classes aren’t as boring as people think they are,” said freshman music education major Tyle...

Juggling among the books

BY SHELTYN ROSE | Evergreen reporter

October 15, 2014

They do it to stay young, they do it passionately, and there’s no telling what new techniques and toys will appear when Patty and Daniel Sparks get together for some good, old-fashioned juggling.Patty will perform at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Colfax Library for kids in grades one through six. The even...

Film screening revisits Japanese-American internment

Film screening revisits Japanese-American internment

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

October 15, 2014

Japanese internees will have their stories told, 70 years after internment, through the Emmy Award-winning documentary, “Witness — The Legacy of Heart Mountain.”The film will play at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the CUB Auditorium, followed by a panel discussion with co-producers David Ono and Jeff MacIn...

Going bonkers for bots

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen club reporter

October 13, 2014

From Mars rovers to battling bots, the students of Robotics Club train to become masters of machinery.WSU’s Robotics Club started last year in August. The club serves as a place for students to learn how to build and program robots either to perform tasks or simply for the fun of it.“The two main ...

Rain and hail won’t keep them down

Rain and hail won’t keep them down

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen reporter

October 13, 2014

Stand aside, Men in Tights. Here come Men in Pink Kilts.Saturday was the 13th annual Pullman Highland Games, put on by the Resonate Church every October. More than 100 men came out, all of them wearing kilts to represent their own clans, and participated in nine different events.“We’re trying to hav...

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