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Celebrate festival of colors in Pullman

Celebrate festival of colors in Pullman

TRINITY PIERCE, Evergreen reporter

March 28, 2019

The Indian Students’ Association will celebrate the Holi Festival from 11 a.m. to noon Sunday at Reaney Park, where it will be open to the public and free to attend. Holi is a popular Hindu festival of love and color and is one of the most significant Indian celebrations. While there was no Holi...

Letter from the Mint editor: Treat pre-spring blues with sandals, music, events

Letter from the Mint editor: Treat pre-spring blues with sandals, music, events

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen mint editor

March 21, 2019

Yesterday was the first official day of spring, and let me just say, it couldn’t come soon enough. Spring semester feels less than “springy,” and my fatigue and lack of productivity the past few months left me wondering if I might have Seasonal Affective Disorder. Turns out, I don’t have it,...

Ku-Ah-Mah will host powwow this weekend

Ku-Ah-Mah will host powwow this weekend

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen mint editor

March 21, 2019

The WSU Native American Student Organization, Ku-Ah-Mah, is hosting its 42nd annual Pah-Loots-Puu powwow on Friday and Saturday at Beasley Coliseum, which is open to students and the public free of charge. “Powwows are mainly where tribes gather to celebrate their culture, their history, their regalia,”...

Satire: Parents, professionals rig WSU admissions process

Satire: Parents, professionals rig WSU admissions process

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen columnist

March 21, 2019

In light of the recent national college admissions scandal, the Whitman County Bureau of Investigation looked into WSU’s admissions process and uncovered a similar scandal involving parents and several illegitimate professionals. It’s been said that all a person needs to get into WSU is a heartbeat, but ...

Cure writer’s block with workshop, tricks

Cure writer’s block with workshop, tricks

TRINITY PIERCE, Evergreen columnist

March 21, 2019

For students struggling with writer's block, the WSU Graduate and Professional Students Association will be hosting a free writing workshop from 1-3 p.m. on March 25 in Terrell Library, Room 20E. This is only one workshop of many put on by GPSA. It will deal specifically with the writing process and...

Acclaimed ‘Vice’ will show at Kenworthy

Acclaimed ‘Vice’ will show at Kenworthy

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen reporter

March 21, 2019

The Kenworthy Performing Arts Centre in Moscow is showing the movie “Vice” starting Thursday and continuing through Sunday. “We had a number of requests from our patrons to show this movie,” said Jamie Hill, operations director at the Kenworthy. “Vice” explores the historical events...

Satire: Students opt to party in Pullman, at home for break

Satire: Students opt to party in Pullman, at home for break

MARA JOHNSON, Evergreen columnist

March 7, 2019

With the last week-long break of the school year coming up, students are hard at work preparing their beach bodies for the fun about to begin. I’m just kidding. A lot of college students are too broke for a break, and the fantasy of a beachy spring extravaganza was given to us by 22 Jump Street...

Booze News: Celebrate vacation with cocktails

Booze News: Celebrate vacation with cocktails

CHRIS WEST, Evergreen columnist

March 7, 2019

Spring break and all of its rum-soaked, beach-bashing, snow-bunny glory is finally here. Nine whole days of pure downtime. For some, spring break is about escaping the snow and sub-zero temperatures to go in search of warmer climates. For others, it’s about finding even more snow. “For spring...

Students stomp vacation stereotypes

Students stomp vacation stereotypes

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist

March 7, 2019

As WSU students prepare to leave our wintry campus for spring break, some are getting excited to visit tropical locales. Others are envious of their peers and the seemingly perfect stereotype of the vacation they are about to embark on. “When I think of the stereotypical college spring break, I...

Separation of art and STEM affects students

Separation of art and STEM affects students

MILA WIDMAYER, Evergreen columnist

March 7, 2019

As college students, we are focused on learning a specific set of skills to get hired after graduating. The goal of attending a university is to widen the breadth of opportunities we can achieve in terms of employment while learning how to be an adult along the way. We have been told — overtly or oth...

Use art, multimedia to relieve stress during midterms

Use art, multimedia to relieve stress during midterms

MILA WIDMAYER, Evergreen columnist

March 7, 2019

With midterms sneaking up on the student body like a predator to prey, the stress in the air is almost palpable. Students and professors alike are checking emails hoping for classes to be canceled, in the end having to trudge through two feet of snow to get there. Tensions are high, and while drinking...

Booze News: Celebrate alcoholic holiday with classic, spicy margarita recipe

Booze News: Celebrate alcoholic holiday with classic, spicy margarita recipe

CHRIS WEST, Evergreen columnist

February 28, 2019

There are many great times to celebrate during the year — grand holidays that mark this little blue rock’s trip around the sun. These annual celebrations call for friends and family, but more importantly, booze. New Year’s Eve has its champagne, Independence Day calls for cracking open a beer...

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