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Romaro Franceswa to headline Stubblefields

Romero Franceswa is a Seattle-based rapper known for his lyrical style.

BLAINE ROSS, Evergreen reporter

April 12, 2018

Romaro Franceswa yells at the camera, holding a bunch of condoms as he and fellow rapper Modiv promote their show at Stubblefields this Saturday. “Come party with us, g--damn it!” Romaro Franceswa, Modiv, The Blur and Mr. Nicenice will be performing a wicked set guaranteed to bring the heat,...

RTOP presents ‘Fiddler on the Roof’

“Fiddler on the Roof” tells the story of a Jewish milkman in Russia on a journey to uphold family traditions.

MORGAN LESTER, Evergreen reporter

April 12, 2018

In downtown Pullman, another roar of theater has come to boom this week and weekend. Regional Theatre of the Palouse is putting on the musical “Fiddler on the Roof,” a timeless classic that few will fail to recognize, with songs like “If I Were a Rich Man” and “Matchmaker.” Telling the...

Kazzufest 2018 to host international headliner

Cesar Rubio, Kazzufest organizer and festival chair, discusses this year’s alternative performances on Tuesday at the CUB.

BLAINE ROSS, Evergreen reporter

April 12, 2018

Kazzufest 2018 will bring alternative music to Pullman this Saturday. Four years ago, Kazzufest was started with the goal of providing a platform for underground and up-and-coming acts to play in Pullman, said Cesar Rubio, Kazzufest lead organizer and festival chair. “It’s basically a group...

Marie Watt to speak for Jo Hockenhull Lecture Series

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

April 12, 2018

Art is often a form of expression and serves as an emotional outlet for the artist, regardless of the medium. However, Marie Watt uses her fine art for a much larger purpose. Her artwork embraces her cultural heritage, her political views and her personal values. Tonight in the Fine Arts Auditorium,...

MFA student encourages aspiring artists

MFA student Morganne Radziewicz shows her water and text themed pieces in the Museum of Art.

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

April 5, 2018

Embracing one’s passions may be difficult in a society focused on routine, but WSU graduate student Morganne Radziewicz chooses to be courageous and do what makes her happiest. Radziewicz, 27, is in the second year of graduate school at WSU and is working toward receiving her master’s in fine...

Student Entertainment Board to host Drag Show

SEB Director of Speakers Alex Schulhauser explains what’s different and what to expect at this year’s Drag Show.

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

April 5, 2018

To embrace inclusivity, the Student Entertainment Board is hosting a Drag Show. SEB Director of Speakers Alex Schulhauser said she has spent two months planning with the rest of the Committee of Speakers. “This event is not about one specific facet of WSU,” she said. “It’s about including...

Jazz Society celebrates Jazz Appreciation Month with gigs

Professor Brian Ward, left, works with Alison Poteracke, a graduate student seeking a master’s degree in music.

BLAINE ROSS, Evergreen columnist

April 5, 2018

When I, a hopelessly romantic jazz head, think of classic jazz venues, I picture the famous portrait of Dexter Gordon in all his moody glory, with his saxophone in his lap, wearing a casual suit while holding a cigarette, letting the smoke flow off into the air, as photographed in 1948 by Herman Leonard. As...

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art to open

Artist Jeffry Mitchell’s display, “The Death of Buddha,” features floating elephants. This part of the exhibit explores nature and humanity.

MORGAN LESTER, Evergreen reporter

April 5, 2018

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, also known as the Crimson Cube, is opening at noon Friday. The new museum, designed by Jim Olson of Olson Kundig, features six new galleries and 10,000 square feet of gallery space. The new building will not only be the viewing place for WSU’s permanent art collection,...

Design initiative aids rural communities

RCDI intern Kelli Young, left, talks about project locations at the School of Design and Construction gallery opening in Carpenter Hall.

MORGAN LESTER, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2018

Chatter and an air of curiosity filled the first floor of Carpenter Hall on Monday evening as design students gathered — a new gallery was opening. The new exhibition, one of the last of this school year, covers the Rural Communities Design Initiative, a statewide organization spearheaded by WSU...

Fatt Jazz’s rhythmic style sends Aftershock

Brad Ard, lead guitarist of the band Fatt Jazz, plays “La Sansa” during a concert in Kimbrough Music Building Tuesday night.

BLAINE ROSS, Evergreen columnist

March 29, 2018

With its bass-heavy and drum-driven sound, WSU’s Fatt Jazz sent back-to-back songs to its audience Tuesday during a concert aptly named “Aftershock.” Under the stage lights, guitar Brad Ard, his wife and percussionist Mindy Ard, bassist Dave Snider and drummer Dan Smith played an eclectic mix...

‘Insidious: The Last Key’ unlocks childhood trauma

'Insidious: The Last Key' unlocks childhood trauma

BRYCE CHAPMAN, Evergreen columnist

March 29, 2018

Sequels in horror movies are as common as jump scares. However, a fourth movie in one franchise is impressive, and that is exactly what “Insidious: The Last Key” is. And it holds a twist: it is — wait for it — a prequel. While this is no surprise in today’s movie age, it was an odd choice for...

Geo Quibuyen encourages personal storytelling

Rapper and activist Geo Quibuyen, also known as Prometheus Brown, speaks about nostalgia and sci-fi Wednesday night in the SPARK building.

MORGAN LESTER, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2018

  The sun setting outside, students began to fill into the round, modern lecture hall of the SPARK building and take their seats. They applauded as Geo Quibuyen entered and turned on rap to amp up the crowd. Quibuyen, also known as Prometheus Brown, is a Hawaii-raised, Seattle-based Filipino-American...

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