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Jazz concert tackles modern issues

Jazz concert tackles modern issues

BLAINE ROSS, Evergreen columnist

October 12, 2017


Filed under Mint

The Humanity Project by WSU student Alison Poteracke was a composition that did something fresh, by taking inspiration from great jazz composers. I could detect Cannonball Adderley and Duke Ellington’s influence while listening to her composition, and was genuinely pleased to hear it. The majority...

Blackbear sighting at WSU

Blackbear sighting  at WSU

BLAINE ROSS, Evergreen columnist

October 12, 2017


Filed under Mint

The CUB Senior Ballroom surely isn’t “suite 23 at the chateau” Blackbear sings about on his album “Digital Druglord” but it still did the trick, resulting in a handful of expulsions, police escorts out of the venue, and even the classic bra on stage. Blackbear’s portion of the concert...

Satire: WSU puts stock in search for absurd titles

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen columnist

October 12, 2017


Filed under Mint

The university is now searching for a vice assistant prime chancellor of titles, positions and frivolous adjectives. This position was created after the search began for an associate vice president of community, equity and inclusive excellence. It is one of two added positions to explore the many titles...

The sad and brutal reality behind sweater weather

The sad and brutal reality behind sweater weather

LAUREN ELLENBECKER, Evergreen columnist

October 12, 2017


Filed under Mint

Sweater weather has finally made its appearance in Pullman, but with this delightful fashion trend comes grave consequences. There is no sweater discrimination in this area, which makes those residing on or outside of campus more susceptible to catching Sweater Fever. This fever is easily transmitted...

Letter from the Mint editor: Midterm mania

JENNIFER LADWIG, Evergreen mint editor

October 12, 2017


Filed under Mint

While walking home from the newsroom late Tuesday night, I was presented with the typical mid-October malady: midterms. Every day, I walk past the Owen Science and Engineering Library. And every day there are people in it studying. Whether I walk by at 10 a.m. on my way to class, 4 p.m. coming home...

Agatha Christie mystery comes to local theater

Agatha Christie mystery comes to local theater

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

October 12, 2017


Filed under Events, Mint

The Pullman Civic Theatre will host their performance of “And Then There Were None” tonight. The play is based on the classic Agatha Christie Novel of the same name. “There are 10 strangers who have all been invited to this sort of mansion, or this manor house on this island,” Director...

UI graduate returns to Moscow for book signing of debut novel

UI graduate returns to Moscow for book signing of debut novel

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen reporter

October 12, 2017


Filed under Events, Mint

Author Matthew Sullivan will come to BookPeople of Moscow to read from his debut novel, “Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore.” Sullivan will do a reading and signing of his book from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. today, with a Q & A to follow the reading. Carol Spurling, owner of BookPeople of Moscow, mentioned...

Fall fashion: Cozy, comfy and just like heaven

Fall fashion: Cozy, comfy and just like heaven

JENNIFER LADWIG, Evergreen mint editor

October 11, 2017


Filed under Mint, Showcase

With the turning of the leaves comes a change in our wardrobes. And fall may be the best season for creating your own fabulous style. Instead of pretending I know anything about clothing and fashion, I instead turned to Mia Peterson, the owner of Flirt in downtown Pullman. Peterson said she loves...

Q & A with Moscow author Grayson Cole

Q & A with Moscow author Grayson Cole

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen reporter

October 5, 2017


Filed under Mint

Grayson Cole is a first-time author living in Moscow. His novel, “Steam and Shadow,” was published commercially by Xlibris Corporation in March. The book is available in both hardcopy and PDF format through Barnes and Noble and Amazon. Tell me about yourself. Where are you from, and what are you...

Netflix original thriller engaging and unusual

BRIANNI HENDERSON, Evergreen columnist

October 5, 2017


Filed under Mint

The Netflix adaption of Stephen King’s novel “Gerald’s Game” grasped the audience and captured the heart of the novel. The protagonist, Jessie, fights to stay alive as she tries to cope with grief and learn to handle her emotions, all while working to open herself up to the idea that some things...

Booze News: Midterms, sports bars and cheap chardonnay

Booze News: Midterms, sports bars and cheap chardonnay

CHRIS WEST, Evergreen columnist

October 5, 2017


Filed under Mint

As we celebrate one of the most stunning victories in WSU’s history of ball and foot, we head to a place fraught with the gleeful Cougar fans and the adorably thrifty. Because I mean, you can buy a ticket to the game, or save that money for a bar tab. Either way, you’re getting a show. Any Washington...

Bringing some je ne sais quoi to the Palouse

Bringing some je ne sais quoi to the Palouse

MORGAN LESTER, Evergreen reporter

October 5, 2017


Filed under Events, Mint, Showcase

The Palouse French Film Festival opened with a quiet wine and cheese reception as patrons of French film gathered at Kenworthy Performing Arts Center to view the Festival’s opening film, “Cézanne et Moi (Cézanne and I).” The film follows the lifelong, and often strained, friendship of two renowned...