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Local grocery owner lives the dream

By Alex Madison Evergreen Community reporter

October 8, 2013


Filed under Features

Stocking her grocery store shelves with dried fungus and shredded squid, Tak Siegworth lives out her American dream in Pullman.With humble beginnings growing up in the rural town of Udon Thani, Thailand, Siegworth has overcome a life of hardship to get where she is today. She is the owner of Palouse...

The magic and myths of makeup sex

Abby Student Evergreen Relationship columnist

October 8, 2013


Filed under Columns

Dear Abby,Does makeup sex really work? I’ve heard that it’s awesome. How do people flip their switch so quickly? After a fight, I’m not in the mood, let alone in the mood for passionate, earth-shattering sex.Sincerely,Pissed off and getting off Dear Pissed off and getting off,There are many scho...

Addressing abused women

Addressing abused women

Catherine Kruse Evergreen reporter

October 7, 2013


Filed under Features

The WSU campus provides an environment for those affected by any form of abuse; V-Day, a club branching from the WSU Health and Wellness Center, helps this environment by campaigning to end the violence.“We get the word out to raise awareness of violence towards women,” club officer Diana Chun said, ...

Residence hall style

Catherine Kruse Evergreen columnist

October 7, 2013


Filed under Columns

A living space can show off the character of the owner. When college students move into a residence hall, they are greeted by a bare bed, a desk, a closet, and four white walls.Bland? Absolutely. Can it be fixed? Of course.It’s true that many residence halls hold restrictions on what students can do...

WSU students name baby giraffe

Alex Madison Evergreen Community reporter

October 3, 2013


Filed under Features

By Alex MadisonEvergreen Community reporterAt 8 feet tall, atop four gangly legs, sits the brown-eyed, face of Misawa (me-SAW-wah), the newest baby giraffe at the Seattle Woodland Park Zoo.Born Aug. 6, Misawa got his name from the students of the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine. The privilege of nam...

Connecting ink to kink

Abby Student Evergreen relationship columnist

October 3, 2013


Filed under Columns

 Historically, people with tattoos and piercings have been characterized as promiscuous, mischievous and rough around the edges. But much like the blonde versus brunette debate, the question stands: Who has more fun?Do individuals with tattoos and piercings lead a more sexually exciting life compared...

Reworking leftover pizza into salad

Reworking leftover pizza into salad

Maxwell Reister Evergreen Food and Beer columnist

October 3, 2013


Filed under Columns

Leftover pizza is a sad sight – orphaned from its mother pie, which you devoured last night. You're tempted to give it a home among its brethren in your belly, but can’t nutritionally justify eating pizza for two consecutive meals.Despite its wonderful gooeyness and lip-smacking flavor, most pizza...

Nuthouse kicks up comedy

By Catherine Kruse

October 2, 2013


Filed under Features

For those who are acclaimed for their craziness, the Nuthouse Improv Comedy Troupe is the place to entertain the most absurd thoughts that come to mind.Nuthouse is the WSU theater department’s improvisation club for WSU and the place for experienced and first-time actors alike.“Nuthouse is the most f...

Fall into the season

Lance Lijewski Evergreen columnist

October 2, 2013


Filed under Columns

Fall is here: The weather is colder, the sky is darker and outdoor activities are slim.Never fear, however, as the Palouse is always bustling with fun opportunities to get you out of your dwelling.Buy local and fresh at the Pullman Farmers Market Wednesdays from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on NE Kamiaken Str...

Getting the most out of smart phones

Marissa Mararac | Evergreen Columnist

September 30, 2013


Filed under Columns

The iPhone was first introduced on June 29, 2007. Since then, a series of models have been released, the most recent being the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C. Many people nowadays have an iPhone or some kind of smartphone equivalent, like an Android-based model. Applications that can be downloaded are main att...

Beware of the mold

Maxwell Reister

September 26, 2013


Filed under Columns

Something is lurking in your kitchen: a horror with hundreds of pale hairs, a monster with a million children. It was thriving long before humans were a glint in the world’s eye, and it will probably still be here when humans have kicked the bucket. Hell, it might even kick our bucket for us.“Lo...

Cable 8 offers professional equipment for student use

Cable 8 offers professional equipment for student use

Lance Lijewski

September 26, 2013


Filed under Features

Many dream of being on television, and student-run television station Cable 8 offers that opportunity to everyone on campus.Established in 1986, Cable 8 exists as a creative outlet for communications and broadcast majors. Cable 8 is a unique opportunity not offered at most universities.Ranked high among ...

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