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Inspiring through collaboration

Members of the WSU Brass Quintet practice for their upcoming concert with En Chamade in Kimbrough Hall Monday, Sept. 23, 2013.

Cori Uddenberg

September 24, 2013

 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 ...

Cable 8 covers more programming

From Staff Reports

September 24, 2013

PULLMAN — Student-led television station Cable 8 will premiere three of their six new programs for this semester tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the CUB.This week will feature music, sports and investigative reporting programs such as Video Underground, Coug Nation and Studio 41.Video Underground will retur...

Museum exhibit highlights East-West divide

By Hannah Ray Lambert

September 20, 2013

Vibrant colors and striking incorporation of everyday objects and text make up the collection of prints featured in the WSU Museum of Art exhibit “Made in U.S.A: Rosenquist/Rusha.”The show highlights the work of two American Pop art icons: Ed Ruscha and James Rosenquist.Ruscha is a Los Angeles b...

5K run supports local clubs and agencies

By Catherine Kruse

September 20, 2013

Runners will take their mark for fourth annual Dash for Cash this Saturday at 9 a.m. at Toyota of Pullman.The 5K run is a fundraiser that helps the United Way of Moscow/Latah County support places such as, Boy Scouts of America, Girl Scouts, Palouse Habitat for Humanity, Circle of Caring, and other ag...

Painting the outdoors

By Hannah Ray Lambert

September 19, 2013

Artists from the Palouse area gather in Moscow for the fourth annual Palouse Plein Air.French for "in open air," plein air embodies the practice of painting outdoors.DJ Scallorn is an art assistant for the City of Moscow. She said Aaron Johnson, volunteer coordinator for the Moscow Arts Commission, ...

Champions of the talent show at last

By Lance Lijewski

September 19, 2013

Gannon-Goldsworthy made Homecoming Talent Show history as they took the win for the first time in the event’s history. Countless students came forth with diverse talents Tuesday night in the CUB Senior Ballroom. Among their performances were acoustic covers, rap originals, vocal medleys and ribbon...

SEB announces upcoming Oct. concerts

By Lance Lijewski

September 17, 2013

PULLMAN - The Student Entertainment Board announced this week that Canadian electronic dance music duo Adventure Club will perform in Pullman this October."We’ve been waiting to talk about this event until we knew for sure the band was coming," said SEB Concerts Programmer JayR Gontinas. "Now that we do, t...

Students twerk for homecoming

By Lance Lijewski

September 17, 2013

Cheer chants, back flips, giant meatballs, shirtless men, and lap dances highlighted Sunday night’s Homecoming Lip Sync event held by the Student Entertainment Board.A half an hour before the program began at 7 p.m., students lined up along the ground floor atop the Holland Library rooftop waiting...

Co-op hosts Food for Thought

By Alex Madison

September 17, 2013

PULLMAN - The Moscow Food Co-op will offer the community a chance to think while watching films with the premiere of their monthly Food For Thought Film Series beginning Sept. 18 at 7 p.m.The series runs every month at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre."It’s a passionate community," Cooperative Advanceme...

Film festival looks to connect to the past

By Hannah Rae Lambert

September 17, 2013

Diversity Education and the Culture and Heritage Houses are teaming up to put on a three-night film festival this semester.Diversity Education Coordinator Jenne Schmidt said one goal of the film festival is to connect historical civil rights moments to the present.The two groups will kick off the se...

Reaching for the stars

Maxwell Reister

September 5, 2013

The stars on the Palouse encourage the pondering of the life’s mysteries. Those interested in gazing away can do so at the WSU Jewett Observatory this Saturday at 7 p.m.“Stargazing satisfies a basic human need to understand our place in the universe,” said Guy Worthey, an associate professor for th...

Celebrating women’s rights with FEMFest

Hannah Ray Lambert, Evergreen reporter

August 29, 2013

For decades, the University of Idaho has celebrated the signing of the 19th Amendment and the recognition of women’s suffrage.Starting last year, the University of Idaho Women’s Center celebrates the date with FEMFest, an outdoor fair that aims to get the campus and community talking about women’s is...

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