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‘Catfish’ creator visits campus

From staff reports

September 15, 2014

He’s made a life of fishing for things that aren’t as they seem, and now Nev Schulman will travel to Pullman to help students protect themselves from the depths of the social interweb and beyond.The creator of MTV’s “Catfish” will present his perspective on social media, sexuality, and rel...

A man and his piano; faculty performace brings on the blues

A man and his piano; faculty performace brings on the blues

From staff reports

September 15, 2014

One WSU jazz instructor may not be where he is today if it weren't for an accident he suffered as a teenager.After playing piano for 10 years, WSU jazz piano and jazz history instructor Brian Ward broke his wrist rollerblading at the age of 15. It was then he began to focus on the genre that would even...

Catch some classic cartoons

From staff reports

September 12, 2014

Cartoons don’t have to be just for kids. The Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre in Moscow, Idaho, gives those a chance wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of the Saturday Farmers Market with showings of classic American cartoons.   Audience members can see Bugs Bunny disguise himself in drag t...

Gold and potatoes: Local authors talk at BookPeople

Gold and potatoes: Local authors talk at BookPeople

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen reporter

September 12, 2014

Of all the places to find Gem State historians, riverboats and a poet in the same vicinity, how many people would think of a bookstore?Author Saturday is an event at BookPeople of Moscow where three or four local authors are brought into the store to talk about their books. Each author is given one hou...

Coming out with care

BY ABBY STUDENT | Evergreen sex and relationship columnist

September 12, 2014

While I normally begin my column with a classic quote taken completely out of context, I simply cannot this week.                                                                               Rarely am I moved to tears by the strength of the human spirit; however, Tuesday evening I rivaled Hawaii’s own ...

Not so typical sidewalk art

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

September 12, 2014

A little piece of Denver is currently hidden in the basement of the WSU Fine Arts Building.JJ Harty, a WSU adjunct art professor, is rebuilding a section of crumbling street curb located in the Colorado city to frame his bronze installation artwork titled “Denver.”Eventually, the bronze cast will be...

Calling northwest artists

From staff reports

September 12, 2014

The deadline to submit work for the Moscow Third Street Gallery’s “Art Celebrates Wilderness” exhibit has been extended to 5 p.m. Oct. 13. Original artwork of any medium is welcome in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act.Moscow Art Assistant DJ Scallorn said the deadline has ...

WSU’s music program leaves impact on undergraduate and graduate students alike

WSU’s music program leaves impact on undergraduate and graduate students alike

BY KATHERINE LIPP | Evergreen music columnist

September 12, 2014

Music has an unparalleled way of bringing people together from many different walks of life.This is especially true of the WSU School of Music — just ask undergraduate Christopher Newcombe and graduate student Tom Guenther. Newcombe and Guenther will give performances Friday as part of their perfo...

Respect your mornings

BY SARAH CARDENAS | Evergreen fashion columnist

September 10, 2014

As I was eating my cereal one morning, I pondered about what successful people have in common. Sometime later in the day, a theory dawned on me that the common denominator could be in their morning routines.The truth is, everyone has one, but only a small group utilize these routines to their full potentia...

Volunteer program offers student trips with a twist

From staff reports

September 10, 2014

International Student Volunteers (ISV) will be in the CUB Thursday to meet with any students interested in participating in its summer program.The main ISV program spans four weeks in length during the summer and takes place in Costa Rica, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, the Dominican Republic, or Sout...

Kappa Alpha Theta to rock the casa for children in foster care

From staff reports

September 10, 2014

Burritos and a concert will raise money for children in foster care.Kappa Alpha Theta will support Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), the sorority’s national philanthropy, this Thursday at its “Rock the CASA” event.CASA is an organization that supports local children in foster care.All-you-ca...

Sketch Wednesday event presents whale-themed art

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

September 10, 2014

People, whales, and musical golfing equipment will come together in harmony at the CUB Gallery’s opening reception of “Songs of Whales (Endangered Species).”Signs outside the CUB Art Gallery warn, “This CUB Gallery exhibit may contain content suitable for mature audiences. Discretion is advised.”...

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