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Honesty is the best policy when it comes to taking roommate surveys

CATHERINE KRUSE | The Daily Evergreen

February 10, 2014


Filed under Life

In the process of filling out college applications months before a student actually begins school, students soon come to the crossroad of an important decision: to have their own room or be brave enough to share a room with a stranger.I came to a similar crossroad when I first started filling out my ...

Mainstream and independent music industries deserve to exist in harmony

Mainstream and independent music industries deserve to exist in harmony

Melissa Essig | The Daily Evergreen

February 7, 2014


Filed under Columns

Music has a heartbeat; for some, it is their heartbeat.I was raised by two people attended school in pursuit of a music degree: my mom went to sing, and my dad went to play the trumpet. My parents would often pull out their old records, trademarks of their past, and say: "When this album first came o...

Music is dead

Music is dead

MICHELLE CHAN | Evergreen columnist

February 7, 2014


Filed under Life

As you flip through the endless loop of radio stations, you begin to wonder if you have stumbled into the purgatory of pop music.Radio killed music when we decided we’d pick and choose what we want our listeners to hear. We’ve homogenized music into a giant melting pot consisting of four chords ...

Moscow landscaped by First Thursday

Catherine Kruse | The Daily Evergreen

February 6, 2014


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When photographs of flowers taken by an artist who specializes in nude Bible stills become part of the landscape of downtown Moscow, community members won’t want to miss out.Beginning today, several businesses will host the works of local and regional artists this month in Moscow’s monthly First ...

Ladies need to take a stand, demand gentlemen show face

Abby Student | Daily Evergreen relationship columnist

February 6, 2014


Filed under Columns

I recently attempted to be romantic. As my mother always said, “Nothing beats a try but a failure.” And I did just that. I failed.Last Friday I choreographed a romantic gesture that went down the tubes faster than a chubby kid on a water slide.Around 8 o’clock, I arrived at the door to pick up ...

Nothing to wine about

Catherine Kruse | The Daily Evergreen

February 6, 2014


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Ice cream, cheese and wine each have something in common today. As the next product to pair with Cougar Gold and a Ferdinand’s favorite, the viticulture department introduced Cougar Wine, which is made by students and alumni partnered with local wineries.Wine-By-Cougars, the group responsible for Co...

Veterans charge STAGE

Veterans charge STAGE

Catherine Kruse | The Daily Evergreen

February 4, 2014


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Of all the hurdles STAGE had to jump over for their upcoming show “The Treatment, showing on Feb. 7, 8, 14, and 15, the biggest was their conflict with WSU’s Student Veterans Committee (SVC).Four months from opening night, the show came into conflict with the committee when SVC believed the char...

Experimental oatmeal creates stir in kitchen

Experimental oatmeal creates stir in kitchen

Maxwell Reister | Evergreen food columnist

February 4, 2014


Filed under Columns

Compared to the kaleidoscope of sugar frosted rainbows available in the breakfast aisle, oatmeal’s pale color and often gloppy texture and taste are difficult to get excited about.Oatmeal doesn’t initially inspire the kind of devotion other cereals enjoy. However, beneath its mild-mannered appearance,...

Alternative music fix provided by Gyros

Melissa Essig | Evergreen music columnist

February 4, 2014


Filed under Columns

Who doesn’t like live music? For me, live music is my life line. Having just transferred to WSU last semester, I didn’t realize there was actually a music scene in the Palouse.For a year I lived from show to show, literally couch-surfing around different artists’ houses in Seattle. So to those...

An elementary love

Catherine Kruse | The Daily Evergreen

February 3, 2014


Filed under Columns

What do Scooby-Doo, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Hello Kitty have in common?Yes, they’re all cartoons. But for many of us, they were some of our favorite Valentine’s Day card themes in elementary school.Valentine’s Day is notorious for taking over the month of February. Originally, the holiday existed to celebrate a s...

Halo, comics and zombies – oh my!

Halo, comics and zombies – oh my!

Hannah Lambert | The Daily Evergreen

February 3, 2014


Filed under Life

{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="515c760e-8d01-11e3-a046-001a4bcf6878"}}Loki, Minecraft Steve, Link, a Halo marine, Castiel from Supernatural, and others invaded the SEL Event Center in Pullman for the first ever Pac Con Palouse last Saturday. At least, fans dressed up as the characters did.The con...

Represent the 12th Man

Represent the 12th Man

Catherine Kruse | Daily Evergreen

January 31, 2014


Filed under Columns

Blue, green and silver football jerseys have taken over the nation, especially in the Seattle area. No surprise, considering the Seahawks are battling the Broncos at the Super Bowl this weekend.Whether you’re going to the game, watching it on TV, or listening to it on the radio, there’s no excuse for not gearing...

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