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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The Filipino American Student Association performs a cultural dance on Oct. 15 for a cultural exhibition.

Exhibition emphasizes unity, sharing of cultures

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist October 21, 2021

On Sunday, the Senior Ballroom of the Compton Union Ballroom filled with guests and family as the Pacific Islanders Club, in tandem with other student groups, put on their cultural exhibition “The Binding...

This plant appears to be on fire with deep contrast in the leaves between greens and oranges.

Love for plant burns strong

SANDI KOBIESA, Managing editor October 21, 2021

Johnny Cash has several catchy songs and some fire hits. One of them is “Ring of Fire.” Now, you may be thinking, why the heck are we talking about this classic singer with classic songs? Well,...

We all have our own music tastes and that applies for Halloween music too! Choose a playlist for your vibe and press play.

Choosing a monster mash

LANNAN RUIZ October 21, 2021

Oct. 31 is approaching fast! These 23 songs will have you grooving and moving in all your spooky Halloween glory. No matter the atmosphere you are going for, music completes every party. Pick your...

Spectators watch as 13 pumpkins are dropped on Oct. 16 from the twelfth floor of the Webster Physical Science Building.

Watch out for falling pumpkins

LANNAN RUIZ October 21, 2021

With a bright buzz in the air and chatter up and down Glenn Terrell Mall, events during WSU’s Family Weekend were in full swing by mid-Saturday morning. This year, the annual Pumpkin Drop off Webster...

Dont throw your pumpkin in the trash. Use it to fertilize your garden or add flavor to a meal.

Five ways you can reuse your pumpkin

PORTIA SIMMONS October 20, 2021

With Halloween around the corner, many farms and local grocers are offering a festive squash, the pumpkin. After pumpkin carving on Halloween, many jack-o-lanterns sit on front porches, saggy and abandoned....

It is impossible to pick out specific instruments on some parts of this hard core album.

Album review: ‘Oxidized’ by Frontierer

COLE QUINN, Evergreen photo editor October 20, 2021

In the first ten minutes of listening to this album, my mind had already become a pool of mush melted by the utter chaos this record produces. Frontierer is an underground mathcore band hailing from...

The swiss roll was a signature challenge on The Great British Baking Show.

‘The Great British Baking Show’ returns

CAROLYN MCCAMPBELL, Evergreen columnist October 20, 2021

Relieve your mid-semester stress with The Great British Bake Off – known in the U.S. as "The Great British Baking Show." The first four episodes of the new season are out on Netflix, ready to be devoured...

Haki R. Madhubuti is the founder of the Black Arts Movement and the Third World Press.

Black Arts Movement icon speaks truth through poetry

LANNAN RUIZ October 14, 2021

As a young boy, Haki R. Madhubuti’s mother asked him to go to the Detroit Public Library and check out a book called “Black Boy” by Richard Wright. With sadness strewn across his face, Madhubuti...

Kassie Smith sells functional wares at the Moscow Farmers Market.

Pottery teacher finds home in PNW

LANNAN RUIZ October 14, 2021

Uniontown, Washington, hosts a community of artists in a white barn on the edge of town. The Artisans at the Dahmen Barn is home base for Kassie Smith, pottery instructor and ceramics artist.  During...

Mareenah Galang, KUGR Assistant Director of Promotions, and Logan McAlister, Assistant Director of Operations, work on a project on October 13, 2021 in the KUGR office.

Listen to KUGR Radio

PORTIA SIMMONS October 14, 2021

Are you interested in providing the voice behind the microphone?  KUGR will embrace your ideas and teach you to present yourself naturally on the air. The world behind a radio station's broadcast...

The public wait for a movie to begin at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre.

Film Festival opens with ‘Le Retour du Héros’

CAROLYN MCCAMPBELL, Evergreen columnist October 14, 2021

On Oct. 5, Pullman and Moscow community members attended the opening night for the Palouse French Film Festival. Guests were treated with wine and French cheese to enhance their viewing experience and...

Alison Saar walks patrons of the museum through her exhibit Mirror, Mirror.

Grant winners share inspiration behind BLM art

PORTIA SIMMONS October 13, 2021

The Black Lives Matter Artist Grant allows artists to create pieces reflecting the structural changes in our society enacted by the BLM movement.   These works were put on display at the beginning...

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