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Letter from the Mint editor: My survival instincts benefited from killer dolls

Letter from the Mint editor: My survival instincts benefited from killer dolls

LAUREN ELLENBECKER, Evergreen mint editor

September 20, 2018


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After seeing a scary movie this past week, I found myself staring in the darkness before I was about to fall asleep and remembering how as a child I would imagine monsters hiding in the shadows. Kids have some of the wildest creative ways of thinking and this is a great thing to have — until their...

Coug Fever infecting people campus wide, running rampant

Coug Fever infecting people campus wide, running rampant

TRINITY PIERCE, Evergreen columnist

September 20, 2018


Filed under Mint

Coug Fever is back in full swing on campus. After the first home football game a few weeks ago, those who have fallen prey to its embrace can be seen everywhere on campus. Thus, in order to educate students about Coug Fever (CF), The Daily Evergreen has decided to do some investigative reporting to...

Movie review: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Movie review: Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

MORGAN LESTER, Evergreen columnist

September 20, 2018


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Do you know those movies that are best described as “Well, it’s an [insert franchise here] movie?” In other words, it’s a little absurd. “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” is one of those movies. While the action sequences are fun to watch and have tension, and the movie has better character...

Should film be considered an art form

Should film be considered an art form

MARY GINTHER, Evergreen columnist

September 20, 2018


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The controversy over whether film is officially considered an art form has been a long-standing one. Some people go to see movies such as “21 Jump Street” just for the entertainment from Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum. However, it’s questionable if that’s art. Ruth Gregory, instructor and...

Poets are more than just a big ball of emotions

Poets are more than just a big ball of emotions

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen columnist

September 20, 2018


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On a campus with countless different majors and fields of interest, you’re bound to hear people from outside your discipline ask, “What do you plan to do with that degree?” It’s an unfortunate fact of life that even if you know what you want to do with your degree, everyone else who doesn’t...

King of Booze recovering from a cold, still drinking booze

King of Booze recovering from a cold, still drinking booze

CHRIS WEST, Evergreen columnist

September 20, 2018


Filed under Mint

There’s a certain appeal of knowing when you’re on a roll. For some reason, life just seems easier, good and jolly when you’re on a streak. Pullman is feeling that right now, as well as the rabid Wazzu fans out there, myself included. We’re 3-0 and that’s a high and mighty wave I intend...

SATIRE: Resident Adviser recalls home invasion, fear

SATIRE: Resident Adviser recalls home invasion, fear

TRINITY PIERCE, Evergreen columnist

September 13, 2018


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Piercing screams. That was the first thing Adrianna Grande, a Resident Adviser (RA) in Stephenson, recalled about the Horde. “The noises were the worst part,” Grande said, her voice shaking. “The sound of crying, sighs and grunts filled the air as the Horde began to infect the building.” The...

Common Reading “Soonish,” not just for STEM

Common Reading “Soonish,” not just for STEM

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen columnist

September 13, 2018


Filed under Mint

My initial impression of “Soonish” was that it was another popular science book that I might have picked up in second grade (that is, if it had been around when I was in second grade, as it wasn’t published until 2017). However, as I read, I realized this impression came solely from the com­ics...

Booze News: pairing popcorn, champagne

Booze News: pairing popcorn, champagne

CHRIS WEST, Evergreen columnist

September 13, 2018


Filed under Mint

I thought it was prudent to talk about something very near and dear to my heart this week: food. Let’s face it, aside from nights of drunkenness and Halloweek, all we have until March are food holidays. I gathered my Ladies in Drinking and asked what you beautiful bastards enjoyed dining on as you...

Conical Collaborations supports students

Conical Collaborations supports students

MARY GINTHER, Evergreen reporter

September 13, 2018


Filed under Mint, Showcase

The WSU music department will be holding a concert called “Conical Collaborations” on Sept. 14 in Bryan Hall to raise money for the School of Music scholarship fund. The concert is a reoccurring event the department hosts as part of its Faculty Artist Series to feature the collaborative stylings...

Pullman Civic Theatre reaches out to community

Pullman Civic Theatre reaches out to community

MARA JOHNSON, Evergreen reporter

September 13, 2018


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The Pullman Civic Theatre is the oldest theatre in the Palouse area, established in the 1950s, and has been growing ever since. The theatre is a nonprofit organization, using its perfor­mances to shed light on local organizations and show the community enjoyable aspects of the arts. Like many com­munity...

Letter from the Mint editor: Would you smoke crack for $1 million

Letter from the Mint editor: Would you smoke crack for $1 million

LAUREN ELLENBECKER, Evergreen mint editor

September 13, 2018


Filed under Mint

Daydreaming is a wonder that I will never get tired of experiencing because of the creative ideas that I’m left with afterwards – but sh-t, I’m trying to get an education and my musings are getting in the way. To create a visualization, it’s as if I’m in an oversized arm­chair, wrapped...

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