The Daily Evergreen

Don’t ruin your first week back with a headache

Don't ruin your first week back with a headache

TATIANA MEAOLE, Evergreen columnist

January 9, 2019

There is no better way to celebrate the start of the semester than suffering through a hangover on syllabus week. If you woke up this morning with last night’s great decisions still weighing on you, then I can assure you, there is a chance you are not going to make it through this week with your...

Prepare for this season, Cougs: winter is coming

Bundle up, Cougs. Winter is almost here.

SAM SCHMITKE, Evergreen columnist

December 10, 2018

Seeing the snow fall on the field during Apple Cup means the cold is here to stay. Preparing for the change in weather can be hard, so how should you prepare? According to the WSU website, 22% of WSU students are out-of-state and international students, meaning some of us aren’t ready for the Eastern...

Staying classy on a college budget: Hummin’ hummus

I almost always add toppers to my hummus because they give it life.

LUKE HOLLISTER, Evergreen columnist

December 10, 2018

Life can sometimes feel redundant but I try to break out of the norm by experimenting with different varieties of hummus. My personal favorite to make at home is a roasted red pepper blend. As long as you have all the ingredients, it is pretty hard to go wrong. Be careful not to burn your hands when...

Reflections of a gay man on World AIDS Day

“Get tested often and know your status,” says Marcella Flores, associate director of research at amfAR.

KEVIN DIEMERT, Evergreen columnist

November 30, 2018

A year ago today I walked into Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, California, a place I loved to visit often. It just so happened to be in the days leading up to World AIDS Day. Hanging between the columns in the nave were original panels from the AIDS memorial quilt first laid on the national mall 30...

Wet socks might cure your cold this flu season

Cold, wet socks encourage your body to spike a fever, and that’s bad news for your cold virus.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen columnist

November 28, 2018

If you get a cold this winter your doctor can’t treat, you might turn to natural remedies from local naturopaths and herbalists, like sleeping in cold wet socks. Kathleen Ojeda, co-owner of the Nest Birth & Wellness Center in Pullman, said the fundamental differences between naturopathic and...

Decking your halls: college-style

This columnist spent only $60 to achieve this festive-looking nook for her small apartment, proving that any student can do it.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen columnist

November 28, 2018

Thanksgiving has come and gone, so it’s finally acceptable for those of us who start to celebrate Christmas at the very beginning of November to bring out the stockings, lights and Christmas trees. It’s quite difficult, however, to get into the holiday spirit on a budget in a tiny college apartment,...

Make your friends, family smile with $15 or less

Provide an opportunity for your friends to demolish wrapping paper like they have always dreamed of. They can release anger before they express gratitude.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen columnist

November 26, 2018

For the most part, we college students aren’t exactly rollin’ in cash. But since snow has already fallen and the giving spirit strikes hot this time of year, there’s a lot you can do with a $10. “I love getting expensive gifts,” freshman zoology major Briana Surfus said. “But those aren’t...

Counselor creates safe space

“If you’re around here and you work in mental health, you know there’s a significant shortage,” said Sarah Sevedge, a licensed mental health counselor, when discussing her new clinic’s services.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen reporter

November 14, 2018

Sarah Sevedge, a licensed men­tal health counselor, opened the doors of her office in downtown Pullman last month in response to the community’s unmet need for counseling services. Sevedge has been counseling for over 10 years. She grew up in Colfax as a fourth-generation Palouse native. She said...

Palouse Juice presents soulful, healing evening

Natalie Greenfield performs an original song for the crowd Friday night at Palouse Juice.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen columnist

November 14, 2018

Palouse Juice, a juice bar and restaurant in downtown Moscow, hosted local singer Natalie Greenfield for a “Soulful Evening” of intimate performance on Friday. Warm light from Edison bulbs and tea candles gave the normally bright juice bar a laid-back cafe atmosphere. The shop retired noisy blenders...

Co-op shows off remodeled facility

Max Newland, education and events coordinator, gives a tour of the newly renovated store Thursday at the Moscow Food Co-op.

KEVIN DIEMERT, Evergreen reporter

November 14, 2018

The Moscow Food Co-op recently had a cosmetic makeover and hosted a store tour and tasting session Thursday to show off its newest fixtures. Max Newland, education and events coordinator, and Director of Infrastructure Joe Gilmore were on hand to guide people through the remodeling process. Evolution...

WSU alumni want consumers to ‘drink differently’

Grant Schoenlein, co-owner of Kamiak Coffee Company, smells the aroma of a coffee blend between South and Central American light-medium roast Monday at their warehouse in Moscow.

YASMEEN WAFAI, Evergreen assistant news editor

November 7, 2018

Two former WSU students recently opened a coffee roasting company that aims to provide handcrafted, quality coffee from several countries around the world. Kyle O’Malley and Grant Schoenlein met in college and flirted with the idea of starting a coffee company about five years ago. Instead, the...

Staying classy on a college budget: Guaca-more, please

For this recipe, finding the right ingredients is key to a successful flavor collage in your dip.

LUKE HOLLISTER, Evergreen columnist

November 7, 2018

If you’re not a trash human being then you know not to buy premade guacamole. This recipe is how I personally prefer to make guacamole. It might not be the correct way to do it, but it is a way that has brought happiness into the lives of others. I do not consider myself a guac master; rather, I consider...

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