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Foley presentation broke down ‘the Boy Problem’

Foley presentation broke down ‘the Boy Problem’

Chloe Grundmeier, Evergreen reporter

February 8, 2019


Filed under Community, Involvement, Life

The Foley Institute presented “The Boy Problem” yesterday, a lecture that focused on how public policy is failing men and young boys. The lecture featured Michael Gurian, New York Times bestselling author, marriage and family counselor, and co-founder of the Gurian Institute of Spokane. “Our...

Black History Month exhibit opens tomorrow

Black History Month exhibit opens tomorrow

SARINA SHARPE, Evergreen reporter

February 6, 2019


Filed under Community, Involvement, Life, Top-feature

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art on campus will host a reception Thursday 5-7 p.m. displaying work of four prominent black artists: Mark Bradford, Leonardo Drew, Julie Mehretu and Wangechi Mutu. Museum staff will offer beverages and snacks while they hold discussion and events in the Pavilion, Bruce/Floyd and Borth Galle...

Don’t spend $500 at Dutch Bros. this semester

Don’t spend $500 at Dutch Bros. this semester

MILA WIDMAYER, Evergreen columnist

February 6, 2019


Filed under Columns, Life, Lifestyle, Showcase

Two weeks ago, I awoke to the sound of my phone buzzing like a swarm of angry wasps — my mother. I looked through all the notifications, and, to my dismay, I’d received a text that read, “Do u know that you have spent in the past 6 months in Dutch brothers $350 and Starbucks $140. That would...

Local cafe manager runs reiki business

Local cafe manager runs reiki business

SAM SCHMITKE, Evergreen columnist

February 6, 2019


Filed under Columns, Community, Involvement, Life, Top-feature, Wellness

Pups and Cups is a cafe for humans and dogs, but its general manager, Steven Mislosky, runs a little-known side business. Mislosky is a Reiki healer and tarot reader, and I suggest you give it a try. Mislosky said he uses Reiki, a no-touching aura massage, to spread good energy to the body, even from...

Art contest voting opens Wednesday

Art contest voting opens Wednesday

SARINA SHARPE, Evergreen reporter

February 4, 2019


Filed under Community, Involvement, Life, Lifestyle, Top-feature

WSU’s Student Entertainment Board will exhibit art by finalists of the Beauty in Strange Places competition Wednesday from 12-8 p.m. in the CUB Junior Ballroom. Artists had until Jan. 18 to enter their artwork into the competition. SEB members then selected finalists. WSU Arts Coordinator Devin...

Brewery saw total rehaul, looks ahead

Brewery saw total rehaul, looks ahead

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen reporter

February 4, 2019


Filed under Community, Features, Involvement, Life, Lifestyle, Top-feature

Hunga Dunga Brewing Company opened in Moscow two years ago after a long renovation process. Owner Graham Lilly wants to keep growing, though. Lilly said he got inspiration to start his business while hanging out with friends in his kitchen. “The Hunga is the good, and the Dunga is the bad,”...

WSU students open Chinese restaurant

WSU students open Chinese restaurant

SAM SCHMITKE, Evergreen reporter

February 3, 2019


Filed under Community, Features, Life, Top-feature

A new Chinese food and bubble tea restaurant, RealiTea, opened downtown in November, and it’s run by five WSU students. The five partners running the restaurant include Zhibo Ren, a junior marketing major at WSU in charge of human relations. Yiran Xu, a freshman in graduate school studying elec...

Art instructor displays paintings in Fine Arts Building

Art instructor displays paintings in Fine Arts Building

SARINA SHARPE, Evergreen reporter

February 1, 2019


Filed under Community, Involvement, Life, Showcase, Top-feature

When looking for art on campus, WSU students might immediately think of the newly opened art museum. However, students and professors exhibit their pieces in galleries in the Department of Fine Arts building, as well. David Janssen Jr., art instructor with a specialty in 2D foundations, recently displayed...

Get ready, graduate school creeps up on students

Get ready, graduate school creeps up on students

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen columnist

February 1, 2019


Filed under Columns, Involvement, Life, Lifestyle

As unemployment rates continue to skyrocket and college degrees alone mean less, young adults today see advanced degrees as more and more necessary. Many Cougs, including myself, plan to continue their education in graduate school, law school or other programs after graduation. But you have to get...

Moscow shamans lead sonic meditation

Moscow shamans lead sonic meditation

SAM SCHMITKE, Evergreen columnist

January 30, 2019


Filed under Community, Life, Top-feature, Wellness

Jessica Jackson Drollette, a hypnotherapist, runs a hypnotherapy and shamanic sound journey business in Moscow. Hypnotherapy uses different sound waves and breathing techniques to help with relaxation, she said. Drollette has always been intrigued by hypnotherapy and wanted to participate in it when...

Don’t make tripping on psychedelics a daily habit

Don’t make tripping on psychedelics a daily habit

TATIANA MEAOLE, Evergreen columnist

January 30, 2019


Filed under Life, Top-feature, Wellness

Turning to psychedelic drugs is not strange, but if you find yourself craving a trip more than once a week, there might be a problem. If you’re unhappy with your reality, how much of a foreign chemical are you willing to put into your body to alter that reality? “There is no drug that is safe,”...

WSU should support students on autism spectrum

WSU should support students on autism spectrum

SARINA SHARPE, Evergreen columnist

January 30, 2019


Filed under Columns, Life, Showcase, Wellness

In every college student’s time at university, there comes a moment when they need extra support to get through an assignment, life event or difficult day — but is support available to students on the autism spectrum? One program on campus, ROAR (Responsibility, Opportunities, Advocacy and Respect),...

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