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A global journey through food

A global journey through food

NINA WILLIS | Evergreen reporter

April 21, 2017


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Hillside Cafe hosted a global-themed dining experience on Wednesday to reflect the diverse culture of WSU through food. As part of the campus dining center’s spring food event, Hillside put on “Around the World in 8 Dishes.” Students walked into the dining hall and picked up a “passport...

Choirs unite for final show

Choirs unite for final show

CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen life editor

April 19, 2017


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From Rossini opera to Southern gospel, four WSU choirs will perform their repertoires through a global music excursion. The WSU Madrigal Singers, Treble Choir, Tenor/Bass Choir and Concert Choir will hold their spring concert tomorrow, their final concert of the semester. The song choices incl...

Knoll International sponsors student-curated exhibit today

From staff reports

April 19, 2017


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Three interior design students approached the School of Design and Construction (SDC) gallery manager about being a part of the “Legacy of Florence Knoll” gallery opening reception, happening at 4:30 p.m. today in the Carpenter Hall Gallery. “These very passionate and very talented students ...

Aspiring writers, keep writing

Aspiring writers, keep writing

MARIAH INMAN | Evergreen reporter

April 19, 2017


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Sharman Apt Russell shared tips on how to step up an author’s game when writing science fiction, non-fiction and young adult books. “She’s a really versatile writer,” English professor Debbie Lee said, “so she’s written like children’s books, young adult books, science fiction.” ...

Theater group teaches history through dance

Theater group teaches history through dance

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER | Evergreen reporter

April 19, 2017


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WSU Performing Arts collaborated with UI Festival Dance to present a dance theatre that utilizes oral and visual learning styles to teach WSU students about historical events. The Kaha:wi Dance Theatre, based out of Toronto, Canada, makes use of these learning styles to educate others about the...

International Center celebrates return of spring

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER | Evergreen reporter

April 17, 2017


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With the inevitable arrival of spring and the stress of finals and graduation, the WSU International Center (IC) will put on a Spring Fair on Wednesday to help those in need of a little extra stress-relief. The IC interns and staff will work with WSU Global Services staff and peer mentors to make...

‘The Grange Shows’ feature local bands

LATISHA JENSEN | Evergreen reporter

April 14, 2017


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The Palouse Grange is a place for the community to come together for large social activities. One Garfield resident took it upon herself to bring in activities to the Grange for people of all ages, starting with "The Grange Shows." Organizer Anneliese Zook grew up in the Palouse area. While she was...

Korean film full of history and social justice awareness

Korean film full of history and social justice awareness

MARIAH INMAN | Evergreen reporter

April 12, 2017


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The Korean Student Association (KSA) showed a film yesterday that highlighted Japan’s violations of Koreans’ human rights during World War II, for which the government has yet to apologize. This situation is comparable to Germany’s admittance of fault under the Nazi regime during World Wa...

Literature vs. its adaptations

CHLOE GRUNDEMEIER | Evergreen reporter

April 12, 2017


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The endless debate that permeates society to this day: whether or not the book was better than the movie. Many of today’s most popular films have come from literature. The adaptation of the popular “Harry Potter” series has been criticized and discussed relentlessly, regarding whether the...

Guest keyboardists teach new styles for classical players

Guest keyboardists teach new styles for classical players

AILA IKUSE | Evergreen reporter

April 10, 2017


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{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="48ef9d4c-1daa-11e7-ab6b-476178fa6ff8"}}WSU will host two notable keyboardists in the next couple of weeks.Jazz pianist Tamir Hendelman will perform with the WSU Jazz Band, and harpsichordist Mark Janello will perform a recital that features Baroque improvisation and sh...

Distinguished poet to visit WSU and conduct readings

AILA IKUSE | Evergreen reporter

April 10, 2017


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From incidents with nail guns to love affairs with the breeze, a poet coming to WSU for the Visiting Writers Series captures the human experience.Distinguished poet Robert Wrigley will be reading from his new book, “Box,” as part of the series, in which WSU brings poets and writers from around th...

Quilting: not just for ‘little old ladies’

Quilting: not just for ‘little old ladies’

CHLOE GRUNDEMEIER | Evergreen reporter

April 7, 2017


Filed under Events, Life, Previews

Quilting is commonly thought of as something Grandma does to keep her feet warm on those cold winter nights. The craft is almost always considered as a way to pass the time after retiring. Palouse Patchers, a quilting group based in Moscow, has aimed to show how artful of a skill quilting is ...

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