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Girls just want to have fun at Pullman High School’s ‘Emma’

Senior Keva Shull, front, plays the role of Emma. She dances while cast members sing along to “Man! I Feel Like A Woman” by Shania Twain during a rehearsal of Pullman High School’s new musical “Emma” on Monday afternoon in the Pullman High School auditorium.

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen reporter

November 6, 2019

Pullman High School’s drama club, under director Andrew Mielke, will be performing “Emma: A Pop Musical” starting Friday and running through Nov. 16. The musical is a modern retelling of “Emma,” Jane Austen’s classic novel about a young self-proclaimed matchmaker, senior Lilienne Shore...

Mint’s Comic of the Week: Bokki The Maltipoo

Mint's Comic of the Week: Bokki The Maltipoo

GRACE JOO, Evergreen cartoonist

November 6, 2019

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Fast costume fashion raises concerns over environmental impact

MADDY BEAN, Evergreen reporter

October 30, 2019

With Halloween just around the corner, it seems like the time to finish browsing those Spirit Halloween stores for the newest, flashiest costume. Or maybe this year, it is better – or spookier – to shop at the nearest thrift store instead, as the environmental impacts of cheap Halloween costumes...

Professor uses still images to bring water rights to life

Associate professor Dennis DeHart discusses his passion for photography and his work with water rights across the globe on Tuesday morning at The Bookie. “[His images] are humbling to look at,” says clinical professor Linda Russo.

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen reporter

October 23, 2019

During his nine years in Pullman, associate professor of photography Dennis DeHart has focused his attention — and the lens of his camera — on the waters of the Snake and Columbia rivers. DeHart said he considers himself a “lens-based artist” and that he uses his photography to learn about...

Voices: ‘6 a.m. storm’

Voices: '6 a.m. storm'

AIDAN BARGER, Evergreen contributor

October 22, 2019

grasping dawn purple lightning, a yawning sky morning monochrome, some kind of upside-jazz, solar swivel to soaring desire, imbalance in the face of fallen walnuts, lime-green leaves skipping on susurrus to leap, lose these lingering limbs   Interested in having your work publis...

Voices: ‘Angels and Sunflowers’

Voices: 'Angels and Sunflowers'

EVELYN KRAFT, Evergreen contributor

October 16, 2019

I feel you. The way you show me how you care, I feel you. Trusting me with every fiber of your being, I feel you. When your words hit dangerously close to home, I feel you.  I’ll take it in This may be the last sunset I see with you But I’ll take it in This may be the last night I’m wit...

Director of ‘Nightfall’ wants to give Poe his happy ending

Wil Blanchard, director of “Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe,” discusses the upcoming show on Wednesday evening at the Pullman Civic Theatre.

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen reporter

October 16, 2019

Actors at the Pullman Civic Theatre will perform Eric Coble’s play “Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe” starting Friday. The play is comprised of four of Poe’s most popular stories, “The Raven,” “The Fall of the House of Usher,” “The Pit and the Pendulum” and “The Tell-Tale Heart,”...

Choreographer brings dancers together

Local arts event organizer and choreographer Hannah Myers saw three friends having fun on the dance floor at Etsi Bravo and trained them to perform.

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen reporter

September 18, 2019

In April, three local friends joined forces at Etsi Bravo to showcase their unique style of ballroom vogue dancing for the first time. Now they’re looking forward to more performances together. “We’re just a group of friends having fun, expressing ourselves as queer men,” said Bryan Ramirez,...

Faculty’s art collection comments on obsession with technology

An installation from Gallery 2 of the WSU Fine Arts Center. Joe Hedges, painting and intermediate professor, showcases his artwork from his collection of dichotomic work that combines traditional and new media art.

MADDY BEAN, Evergreen reporter

September 4, 2019

Hyper Combines, a new intermedia exhibit from a WSU artist, will be shown in Gallery 2 of the Fine Arts Center until Sept. 20. The exhibit comments on how phones and technology have snuck into every part of our lives, said Joe Hedges, creator of the exhibit and painting and intermedia professor. Last...

Coug Gala will feature fashion designs, speakers

Designs from students in the department of apparel, merchandising, design and textiles will be showcased at Coug Gala from 7-9 p.m. today in the CUB gallery.

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen reporter

March 28, 2019

The Student Entertainment Board is hosting Coug Gala — Facets of Fashion from 7-9 p.m. today in the Compton Union Building Gallery, featuring two guest speakers from the International Women’s Week Committee. The Gala will be a celebration for the opening of the “Facets of Fashion” gallery...

Separation of art and STEM affects students

Michael Allen, an advisor and instructor in the department of physics and astronomy, discusses student involvement in both science and art on Tuesday, Feb. 26 in Webster Hall. Students rarely double major in the two disciplines, Allen said.

MILA WIDMAYER, Evergreen columnist

March 7, 2019

As college students, we are focused on learning a specific set of skills to get hired after graduating. The goal of attending a university is to widen the breadth of opportunities we can achieve in terms of employment while learning how to be an adult along the way. We have been told — overtly or oth...

Use art, multimedia to relieve stress during midterms

Take a break from studying for tests to unwind with art. Many places on campus, including the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, exhibit art which students can view for free. Cell phone apps also provide art in a more convenient form, for those needing immediate relaxation.

MILA WIDMAYER, Evergreen columnist

March 7, 2019

With midterms sneaking up on the student body like a predator to prey, the stress in the air is almost palpable. Students and professors alike are checking emails hoping for classes to be canceled, in the end having to trudge through two feet of snow to get there. Tensions are high, and while drinking...

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