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Cougar band lays down the game beat

Cori Uddenberg Evergreen Music reporter

November 22, 2013


Filed under Features

Cougar Marching Band member Eric Power said he knows first hand how infectious school spirit is.“(My family and I) had season tickets growing up, and we went to most of the home games," Power, the senior trombone section leader for the band, said. "It was fun watching the marching band, and I grew t...

Switching it up

Switching it up

Lance Lijewski Evergreen Fashion columnist

November 21, 2013


Filed under Columns

 North Face vests and their knock-off counterparts have taken over college campuses across the nation. Like the Black Death that overwhelmed Europe in the 16th century, the black vest is creating a fashion apocalypse that can be salvaged only through style.The black vest isn’t really the issue. Its ...

Leaving with leftovers

Maxwell Reister Evergreen Food and Beer reporter

November 21, 2013


Filed under Columns

 It’s called the "seven-faced bird" in Japanese, "fire chicken" in Mandarin, "Booghalamoon" in Persian, "the great duck" in Swahili and "elephant chicken" in Urdu.But for you and me, the turkey means not having to buy any more food until Christmas break. As Thanksgiving draws nigh, consider these tips...

Alumnus follows his dream

Hannah Ray Lambert Evergreen reporter

November 21, 2013


Filed under Features

By Hannah Ray LambertEvergreen reporterWhen Daniel Taibleson started his own company, he learned almost everything the hard way.In May of 2012, the WSU graduate launched Only the Beat, an online community that provides electronic dance music news and, occasionally, free downloads.Taibleson said he has ...

Creating stronger bonds in a relationship through role-playing

Abby Student Evergreen Relationship columnist

November 19, 2013


Filed under Columns

 To be yourself, or not to be yourself? That is the question.Couples everywhere are heading to the bedroom for a little amateur acting, known as fantasy role-play, and coming back with rave reviews.Doctor and patient? Teacher and student? Domination? Having a threesome?Figure out what turns you on, and d...

‘Dirty 230’ makes sex education accessible

Laurie Smith Professor of Psychology

November 15, 2013


Filed under Columns

I came to WSU in the fall of 1985 as a graduate student in clinical psychology. I was assigned to be the teaching assistant for Human Sexuality, now affectionately referred to as “Dirty 230.”My undergraduate university did not offer a sexuality class, nor did the high school I attended. I was as...

Men can rock the beanie

Lance Lijewski Evergreen Fashion columnist

November 14, 2013


Filed under Columns

 Men, snap-backs make us look pretty awesome. We all know that. That’s why we wear them, of course. But during the winter, they can make us look like the biggest idiots on campus.When the wind picks up and the rain begins to pour, there is nothing more embarrassing than chasing a damp flat bill d...

Quickies aren’t always a bad thing

Abby Student Evergreen Relationship columnist

November 12, 2013


Filed under Columns

 There are some things the universe has agreed shouldn’t end quickly. These include life, marriage and sex.For most, racing to the finish in the bedroom leads to dissatisfaction or embarrassment, depending on which partner you are. However, there are times in life when you have to skip the theatrics...

Makeup for a winter wonderland

Makeup for a winter wonderland

Lance Lijewski Evergreen Fashion columnist

November 8, 2013


Filed under Columns

As the sky grows fifty different shades of grey and the color fall once promised buries beneath deep white blankets of ice, your skin becomes pale while your eyes lose their gloss and color.Women, in the wake of Pullman’s recent embrace of heavy snow and rain, depending on the summer’s make-up s...

UFO mysteries unveiled by eye witness speaker

Maxwell Reister | Evergreen reporter

November 8, 2013


Filed under Life

“I believe UFOs are slowly acclimating humanity to the fact of their existence,” an independent UFO researcher and lecturer told an audience Wednesday in the WSU CUB Auditorium.During the event sponsored by the Student Entertainment Board and WSU Global Campus, Robert Hastings, author of “UFOs and...

‘Hobo’ food offers big flavor for little time and money

‘Hobo’ food offers big flavor for little time and money

Maxwell Reister Evergreen Food and Beer columnist

November 7, 2013


Filed under Columns

Hobo cuisine is as simple as it is delicious.Hobos were the itinerant workers of the industrial revolution who roamed the United States by jumping onto passing freight trains. From the 1920s to the start of the 1940s, they looked for work, dreamed of whiskey lakes and candy mountains and scavenged m...

Pilot’s book flying to shelves

Pilot’s book flying to shelves

Alex Madison Evergreen Community reporter

November 7, 2013


Filed under Features

Flying high above the Northern Prairie, professor, author and editor Scott Olsen found a new outlook on life. Olsen depicts this refreshed perspective in his newest book, "Prairie Sky: A Pilot’s Reflections on Flying and the Grace of Altitude." “You get a thousand feet off the ground and the whole w...

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