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School of music to host student performances

The WSU School of Music will showcase several events in the coming weeks, honoring student and faculty performers. Most events are free for students and the general public. A full list of programming can be found on the school of music website.

TRINITY PIERCE, Evergreen reporter

February 21, 2019

Every week, the school of music puts on a variety of performances comprised of talented musicians from WSU. A complete list of events is available on the school of music website. This evening there will be a student recital featuring Jacob Zollers on the trombone at Bryan Hall Theater from 8-10 p.m...

Swing dancing groups dominate in the Palouse

Mariah Eckwright, instructor and board member, dances with a fellow board member of the Swing Devils of the Palouse last Thursday night at Moscow Moose Lodge. Instructors wish to get participants excited about dancing, Eckwright said.

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen reporter

February 14, 2019

WSU and the surrounding community host numerous organizations, clubs and groups devoted to teaching the wide variety of swing dances. “It is probably one of the most, if not the most diverse dance that can be done,” said Alex Boughamer, treasurer of the Swing Devils of the Palouse, one of the...

‘Photographs from the Gay Rodeo’ showing at UI

Blake Little’s photographs, including “Bareback Bronc Riding,” pictured above, are being shown in the exhibit at the University of Idaho library through April 30. Little’s black and white portraits feature LGBTQ riders on the rodeo circuit.

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen columnist

February 7, 2019

With an opening reception Tuesday evening, Seattle-born photographer Blake Little’s “Photographs from the Gay Rodeo” exhibit kicked off at the University of Idaho Library, to be continued through April 30. The rodeo is a series of events across the country headed by the International Gay Rodeo...

Local theatre debuts ‘Cabaret’ musical

Victoria Zenner, left, and Isa Davidson, right, play dancers at the Kit Kat Klub in RTOP’s production of “Cabaret.” Jasper Barbosa Rodriguez-Vivaldi, center, plays the Emcee in the musical.

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen reporter

February 7, 2019

The Regional Theatre of the Palouse (RTOP), located in downtown Pullman, will be performing the musical “Cabaret” starting Valentine’s Day. “[‘Cabaret’ is a] really showy, edgy, thought-provoking theater piece … it was kind of a no-brainer,” said Michael Todd, associate director of...

“Green Book” movie showings will kick off February

“Green Book” and other movies will be shown each weekend for Black History Month in the CUB.

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen reporter

January 31, 2019 The new movie “Green Book” will be showing at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre in Moscow and on-campus at the CUB the first weekend of February. “Green Book” is a comedy-drama starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali. It is set in the Deep...

Art museum to host Michael Schultheis reception

Sophomore nursing major Hannah O’Flanagan inspects the mathematical elements present in Schultheis’ piece “Conics of Apollonius” on Jan. 15. The piece will be available for viewing at the reception Thursday.

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen reporter

January 24, 2019

WSU alumnus Michael Schultheis will showcase his artwork during a reception and performance from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Schultheis wants to keep the details of his performance a secret, though he did give a few hints as to what he will do. His exhibit showc...

Outdoor Festival offers free classes all week

Instructors teach beginning climbers the ropes at Granite Point during the belay clinic at the Palouse Outdoor Festival on Sept. 23, 2017. This year’s festival will be held Saturday at Wawawai County Park and encourages participants of all levels of experience.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

August 22, 2018

The Palouse offers countless outdoor recreation activities through its cliffs, hiking trails and rivers. The Outdoor Recreation Center wants to raise awareness for its programming through the fifth annual Palouse Outdoor Festival. “It’s important to show off our regional outdoor rec resources,”...

Lentil Festival welcomed both new, old to Pullman

2018 Lewiston Roundup royalty Princess Casey Jacboson rides her horse, Bear, a sorrel gelding, during Saturday afternoon's WSECU Grand Parade.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

August 20, 2018

This weekend, Pullman celebrated the 30th annual National Lentil Festival. The city of Pullman’s claim to fame always takes place the weekend before classes start, giving the students the opportunity to explore their new home. “It’s a great introduction for the freshmen to their new community,...

Weedstock 2018 to raise awareness of cannabis laws

Dax Taylor, right, president and creator of 420 Union, and Karl Howell, music and merchandise manager of Weedstock, talk about the hardships they faced while creating the event and what to expect this coming weekend.

GABRIELLA RAMOS, Evergreen mint editor

April 19, 2018

Dax Taylor sat in the Colfax Courthouse on Jan. 3, 2013, the year after recreational marijuana use became legal in Washington for people older than 21. Much to his relief, as the judge entered the room he said, “If you’re here for under an ounce of marijuana, you need to get up and walk out, I’ve...

Billie Eilish, Playboi Carti to headline Springfest

Musician Billie Eilish is best known for her songs “COPYCAT” and “my boy.” She will play Springfest on Friday.

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

April 19, 2018

If finals week approaching feels stressful, the upcoming Springfest may provide a much-needed break from all of the studying that can wait until dead week. The Student Entertainment Board will host the annual event this weekend. Alex Gummere, SEB director of special events, said they began organizing...

Hemp Fest promotes medical cannabis in Idaho

Tye Dye Everything Owner Arlene Falcon has helped in organizing Hemp Fest since 1996. The event will be held in East City Park.

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

April 19, 2018

Even when up against a major challenge, like organizing a statewide political movement, Moscow Hemp Fest organizer and self-proclaimed hippie Arlene Falcon trusts that she can rely on like-minded people to support her. Falcon, who is originally from New York City, opened her Moscow store, Tye Dye...

Guerilla Film Challenge tests student filmmakers

“Get Bicked,” a stoney comedy, won the Guerilla Film Challenge. Director Luke Pascoe received a $400 prize.

BRYCE CHAPMAN, Evergreen columnist

April 12, 2018

Art is often expressed through song, dance, and, of course, cinema. Film is an artform like no other — it displays movement, sound and image to create a product that is personal and meaningful in today's digital age. The Student Entertainment Board presented the "Guerrilla Film Challenge” on Monday....

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