The Daily Evergreen

Spotlighting Cougs

Lance Lijewski Evergreen SEB reporter

October 10, 2013


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Koalas with chlamydia, women in their underwear and a heavy metal interpretive dancer presented themselves to students, staff and faculty alike yesterday afternoon in the CUB Lair.The second round of Coug Spotlight included fifteen performances in total.“I was very satisfied with the diversity and the ...

900 pieces of art

900 pieces of art

Hannah Ray Lambert Evergreen reporter

October 10, 2013


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The City of Moscow and the Moscow Arts Commission invite artists to test themselves by creating 30 works of art in 30 days. DJ Scallorn, City of Moscow arts assistant, said 30 artists will participate in the event and the resulting 900 works will be sold at the Third Street Gallery for $30 each. Dan...

Bringing the South to Southside

Hannah Ray Lambert Evergreen reporter

October 10, 2013


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Twelve fearless competitors will face the wrath of the ghost pepper this evening at Southside Café’s second annual Southern Discomfort Hot Wing Challenge. The challenge originated from the mind of Southside cook Wil Blanchard, who said he got the idea in part from the show Man v. Food. “I saw him do...

Five weeks in ‘Ordinary Time’

Catherine Kruse Evergreen Performing Arts reporter

October 10, 2013


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Over the course of just five weeks, three actresses rehearsed a script, learned their lines and developed their characters.The play, "Ordinary Time," was written by Sandra Hosking, a University of Idaho student pursuing a master's in fine arts. It opened Oct. 3 and will run another four nights.Per U o...

Stitching friendships

Stitching friendships

Alex Madison Evergreen reporter

October 7, 2013


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Charlotte Worthy, Patchin’ People of Pullman president, said with every stitch a little bit of the soul is put into a quilt."There is no better way to share your love than by giving a quilt," she said.Quilters from across the state filled the Palouse Ridge Golf Club’s Banyans pavilion room over the ...

Mid-Autumn Festival brings sense of family

Mid-Autumn Festival brings sense of family

Catherine Kruse Evergreen reporter

October 3, 2013


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The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival, brings together families and friends for a time to celebrate.The traditional Chinese holiday is based on the lunar calendar, and is the second most popular holiday in Chinese culture, following the Spring Festival.“In my home, we stay wi...

Ensembles’ sounds echo forests

Cori Uddenberg Evergreen Music reporter

October 3, 2013


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Some may think musicians on campus are all music majors, but both the WSU Symphonic Band and Symphonic Wind Ensemble prove this is not true.Danh Pham, director of bands at WSU, said while the Symphonic Wind Ensemble is an audition-based group, both bands are open to non-music majors.The groups will per...

Bringing a concert series to an unusual place

Cori Uddenberg Evergreen Music Reporter

October 3, 2013


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Shrouded in silence and full of books, libraries are not often thought of as the ideal location for a concert series.Libraries are centers of activity for communities like Pullman, a reputation which Sarah Morrison, an adult services librarian, said she hopes to cultivate for Pullman’s Neill Public ...

School of Music faculty express the idea of a day through song

School of Music faculty express the idea of a day through song

Cori Uddenberg

September 26, 2013


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Historically, music composers have relied on time of day as a theme for their works.Julie Wieck, a soprano and professor at the WSU School of Music, said she hopes to convey tradition in her performance entitled Dawn to Dusk in Song."For this one I found that I really wanted to do The Morning, by Thoma...

An artist and her banjo

Hannah Ray Lambert

September 26, 2013


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Erin Inglish fell in love with playing banjo when she left for college."I was still pursuing my dream of becoming a mechanical engineer at that time, so I played a lot of banjo between classes," Inglish said.Now Inglish is preparing to performat The Attic in Moscow. The showwill be put on by the Pal...

CUB brings back the Nintendo 64 for Throwback Thursday

From Staff Reports

September 26, 2013


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Nobody is too old to play classic video games like Super Smash Brothers or Tony Hawk Pro Skater on the Nintendo 64. At least, that’s the idea behind Throwback Thursdays, which begin today in the CUB Lair.Two Nintendo 64 systems will replace the Wii stations every Thursday, in addition to the six Xbox co...

Inspiring through collaboration

Inspiring through collaboration

Cori Uddenberg

September 24, 2013


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 To most, the term "en chamade" holds little meaning. Translating to horizontal trumpet, en chamade describes an organ stop where the pipes are horizontal.Years ago, professors Jill Schneider, an organ player, and David Turnbull, a trumpet player, adopted En Chamade as the name for their duo and have played ...

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