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I am a cashew

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ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen columnist November 19, 2020

I am a cashew. Yep, that’s right. Based on a reputable personality quiz I took in sixth grade, I am the most forgettable of the mixed nuts. So sayeth the quiz: “You’re often the last person to...

Recipe: Mom’s Chicken Soup

A warm bowl of heaven is all you need this winter.
EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen columnist November 19, 2020

One of my favorite childhood meals, even when I wasn’t sick, was chicken soup.  I’m convinced my family began cooking this soup as a trick to get me to eat my veggies, but I never disliked...

Student-run radio station promotes smaller artists

The student DJs of KZUU are allowed to run their shows as they want, as long as they follow Federal Communications Commission rules and don't play any popular artists.
JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen mint editor November 19, 2020

KZUU General Director and DJ Emily Lam said she found out about KZUU her freshman year through a tabling event, on Terrell Mall. Drawn by the music, she asked the DJ at the table what it was about,...

New literary journal focuses on feminism

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LANNA RUIZ, Evergreen reporter November 19, 2020

This fall, the WSU Women*s Center launched Harpy*s Magazine, a literary journal centered on feminist and social issues. Students can submit feminist art, poems, songs and other forms of expression for...

OPINION: John Mayer’s ‘Continuum’ is a smooth modern classic

John Mayer's album is a classic of mid-2000s singer/songwriter work.
JOEY FRANKLIN, Evergreen columnist November 18, 2020

Rolling Stone Magazine recently released their new rendition of the “Top 500 Albums of All Time,” and there were no major shake-ups. “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely-Hearts Club Band” by the Beatles...

My father’s American Dream

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DIANA RIOS, Evergreen columnist November 12, 2020

For my father’s family, the American Dream meant leaving everything behind and starting over from scratch.  At 5 years old, my father and his family left Cherán, a beautiful city in Michoacán,...

Recipe: Jaime Surprise

Cheap, simple and comforting.
ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen columnist November 12, 2020

Struggle meal ... is that still a term? If it is, that’s what I’ve got for you today. In fact, I don’t even know what to call this recipe. My parents made it a lot when I was a kid, and they just...

How To Be: A Poet

“You end up writing a lot of things that go nowhere,” Russo said. “Just honor your own story and your own struggle, and be fierce.”
KASSANDRA VOGEL, Evergreen columnist November 12, 2020

Poetry is a written art that unites word and form, a melding that few can accomplish; however, there is no shortage of talented poets on the Palouse. Now a professor and assistant editor of WSU’s...

Student calls to the void

“Even though her work wasn’t ultimately exhibited in the museum, the show she came up with was powerful and well-documented,” said Joe Hedges, assistant professor of painting and intermedia.
ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen reporter November 5, 2020

Comprising of a series of swirling, liminal blurred paintings and a video, which shifted constantly so there was never a sense of up or down, “The Call of the Void” was former MFA student Kelsey Baker’s...

Recipe: Sloppy Joes

If you're in the mood for eating something fancy, you came to the right place.
JOEY FRANKLIN, Evergreen columnist November 5, 2020

Being named Joseph and going by Joe or Joey when I was younger, I had a natural dispute with sloppy joes, taking the name as a personal affront to my state of cleanliness. After finally eating one after...

Mint Book Club: Native American Heritage Month

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JOEL KEMEGUE and ANNA YOUNG November 5, 2020

November is Native American Heritage Month, and you could and should celebrate that by checking out the events Native American Programs are putting on, or learning more about Native history. You could...

OPINION: “Borat 2” perfectly parodies politics

Sacha Baron Cohen’s comedy hits home, attacking all of the most ridiculous, skewed aspects of American society, especially corrupt, creepy politicians.
JOEY FRANKLIN, Evergreen columnist November 5, 2020

Everybody’s favorite Kazakhstani journalist has returned to the silver screen in “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of...

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