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Haunted Palouse hosts reflect on last 18 years

Haunted Palouse hosts reflect on last 18 years

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

October 9, 2019

After 18 years of dedicating their time to serving their community through a haunted attraction, Janet Barstow and Paula Echanove will run Haunted Palouse for their last time. Nicole Flansburg and Alexa Becket-Bonner, Palouse residents and longtime volunteers, will take over starting next year, Ech...

Peace Prize created by elementary

Peace Prize created by elementary

LOREN NEGRON, Evergreen reporter

October 9, 2019

Six students from Sunnyside Elementary School created a peace prize to recognize students who foster positive changes in their school and community. Mary Krumpl, Sunnyside Elementary School special education teacher, said this peace prize project began as an assignment she had for her special education...

Society hosts dance night in Moscow for all ages

Society hosts dance night in Moscow for all ages

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter

October 9, 2019

The Palouse Folklore Society welcomes anyone interested in learning contra dance to join their community dance on Saturday, including beginners and enthusiasts. “It’s not too difficult,” Tim Daulton, Palouse Folklore Society dance coordinator, said. “Anyone can pick it up.” Contra, a...

Yoga classes offered in many languages

Yoga classes offered in many languages

EURUS THACH, Evergreen reporter

October 8, 2019

Yoga instructors at WSU are offering classes in different languages to form a connection with Cougars from different countries and backgrounds. “I think that yoga moves people all around the world,” said Maria Serenella Previto, a clinical associate professor of Italian and Spanish, “And inviting...

A Wasteful Life: Should WSU fund sustainability

A Wasteful Life: Should WSU fund sustainability

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

October 8, 2019

Writer's Note: This article has been updated to clarify some of Bradley Jaeckel's comments about WSU funding.  Some researchers at WSU say the future of agriculture can be found in the soft mud of the 30-acre organic student farm, a little-known donation from alumni that serves as the main research...

WSU UREC hosts ‘AquaPatch’ for fall festivities

WSU UREC hosts ‘AquaPatch’ for fall festivities

CAROLYNN CLAREY, Evergreen reporter

October 8, 2019

You‘ve heard of bobbing for apples, but have you heard of diving for pumpkins? Just imagine a pool full of pumpkins and people diving in to get them. A few tables in the corner full of supplies for those same students to carve and decorate their catch. At the WSU Student Recreation Center this odd...

Bringing home closer to WSU

Bringing home closer to WSU

CAROLYNN CLAREY, Evergreen reporter

October 6, 2019

Event includes scavenger hunt, pumpkin pie, club-made apple cider

Local businesses benefit from annual Artwalk

Local businesses benefit from annual Artwalk

Jessica Schueller, Evergreen reporter

October 6, 2019

Downtown Lewiston hosted its ninth annual Artwalk, an event coordinated by Beautiful Downtown Lewiston and several other local organizations on Friday and Saturday. The event coordinators sought to integrate local art and culture from the growing small business community. "It's a fun way to see downtown...

‘We represent a minority at WSU, and we represent the rainbow’

‘We represent a minority at WSU, and we represent the rainbow’

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter

October 6, 2019

The crowd in the CUB Auditorium erupted into applause when the emcee for the night announced the winner of the first Cougar Dance Competition on Thursday night. Kau`i Marley Samio, WSU freshman, said she did not expect to win first place. “I danced for every group of indigenous people so they won...

Agriculture club hosts fifth Harvest Festival

Agriculture club hosts fifth Harvest Festival

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

October 6, 2019

The Organic Agriculture Club is working to give fall enthusiasts an event to celebrate the festive season. The club began focusing its efforts at the beginning of the semester at the Eggert Family Organic Farm as they set up the fifth annual Harvest Festival, said Club President Katie Doonan. The...

‘Cookie Monster’ earns hundreds of dollars

‘Cookie Monster’ earns hundreds of dollars

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

October 2, 2019

Claire McEwen, 11, is a Girl Scout with a reputation. After selling over 5,000 boxes of Girl Scout cookies since 2015, her troop members nicknamed her “The Cookie Monster.” Claire, who first joined the Girl Scouts 6 years ago, likes the nickname, she said. “I love a lot of Girl Scout cookies,...

Instructors advocate body positivity

Instructors advocate body positivity

REID BROWN, Evergreen reporter

October 1, 2019

The women’s studies department has introduced body image-focused material to educate WSU students on how the media plays a role in peoples’ self-perception. “Poor body image adds another layer of stress to your life that’s not necessary,” said Lindsey Carman, WSU women’s studies instructor. College...

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