The Daily Evergreen

SATIRE: WSU Athletics sparks religious fervor on campus

SATIRE: WSU Athletics sparks religious fervor on campus

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen columnist

September 17, 2019

Religion has made a significant comeback at WSU due to one burgeoning group, despite a downward national trend. The increase started when WSU Athletics released its plan to "advanc[e] the future of Cougar Athletics," a set of goals called UNLEASH. "Though religion has no strict definition, and espe...

SATIRE: Nothing lit going on tonight, frat members report

SATIRE: Nothing lit going on tonight, frat members report

JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen reporter

September 17, 2019

Over the years WSU has garnered a reputation for being a “party school”, one that has both drawn and driven people away from the college. But is that reputation really deserved? In fact, do WSU students even like to party? “Yeah, it’s usually pretty quiet,” said Alpha Beta Alpha member...

‘Yesterday’ uses magical concept to make points about reality, suffers from one actress

‘Yesterday’ uses magical concept to make points about reality, suffers from one actress

ROOS HELGESEN, Evergreen columnist

September 17, 2019

Not bad. “Yesterday” is yet another imaginative creation of director Danny Boyle, who always seems to come out with very odd but fun movies to watch. Failing singer Jack Malik, played by Hilmesh Patel, wakes up in an alternate reality where The Beatles never existed and he’s the only one...

Recital to showcase complex pieces

Recital to showcase complex pieces

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen reporter

September 17, 2019

The WSU School of Music will host a recital featuring solo performances by a fourth-year percussionist from 4:10-5 p.m. Friday in the Kimbrough Concert Hall. Student Nick Theriault will perform a classical percussion repertoire, featuring 19th-century music pieces played on marimba, snare drum and...

SATIRE: Houston vs. WSU Beginner’s Guide to Gambling

SATIRE: Houston vs. WSU  Beginner’s Guide to Gambling

CODY SCHOELER, Evergreen columnist

September 12, 2019

As Method Man of the Wu-Tang Clan once said: “Cash rules everything around me. CREAM, get the money. Dollar dollar bill y’all.” That idea still rings true to this day and everybody knows the best way to make money is sports prop bets. “Things like the spread and the over/under are just...

SATIRE: Students file restraining orders against moms

SATIRE: Students file restraining orders against moms

ROOS HELGESEN, Evergreen columnist

September 10, 2019

Investigators have discovered a massive security breach of WSU students' personal information. The breach involved a secret Facebook chat consisting of over 5,000 WSU mothers. Some posts include students’ embarrassing achievements and naked baby photos. This discovery has led many students...

Black Arts Movement movie directors visit

Black Arts Movement movie directors visit

JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen reporter

September 10, 2019

“BAM! Chicago’s Black Arts Movement” is the newest documentary from WSU Vancouver professors, and it details the history of the Chicago Black Arts Movement of the 1960s and 70s. The professors and directors will show the movie today in the Fine Arts Building and host a Q&A session afterwar...

‘Men in Black’ sequel’s only redeeming quality is Chris Hemsworth’s smokin’ hot body

‘Men in Black’ sequel’s only redeeming quality is Chris Hemsworth’s smokin’ hot body

ROOS HELGESEN, Evergreen columnist

September 10, 2019

Oh, God why, why? I can’t stand it. Its cheeziness level is over 9,000. Make it stop. No, I mean, seriously, just stop. Men In Black is one of those movie franchises that milked their series dry. The whole point of MIB International was to revitalize the MIB movies with a new director,...

SATIRE: Frat boy dismissed for unsafe soda consumption

SATIRE: Frat boy dismissed for unsafe soda consumption

JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen columnist

September 3, 2019

A WSU student was kicked out of the fraternity Delta Pepsi Epsilon on Monday, after he attempted to drink a second can of Coca-Cola in one night. The fraternity cited “irresponsible and reckless behavior” as the reason for removing freshman pre-med Josh Pepper. According to fraternity president...

Band puts ‘fun’ in ‘butt funk’

Band puts ‘fun’ in ‘butt funk’

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen reporter

September 3, 2019

If you ask local band Street Couch what its one regret is, it’s that they don’t have a band member from Oregon. Drummer Keenan Wright, guitarist Eddie Rohosy, vocalist and frontman Kyle Harding and bassist McKenzie Miller, all WSU students, still come from all over the West Coast — Alaska, California,...

Hip-hop dance group forms bonds, entertains

Hip-hop dance group forms bonds, entertains

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen reporter

September 3, 2019

Krimson Kouture is gearing up for a fun year of hip-hop and majorette dance performances. The group, which is now in its third year, performs at events ranging from basketball games, to Greek banquets, to multicultural events, said Promise Calloway, the public relations officer of Krimson Kouture. Dancers...

SATIRE: Full grown horses to be registered service animals

SATIRE: Full grown horses to be registered service animals

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen columnist

September 3, 2019

WSU’s Access Center made changes to its policies at a Monday meeting allowing students to register a broader range of fauna as service animals. For junior Tina Hilfiger, this was great news. “I’ve been missing my horse Beans since I transferred to WSU last year,” Hilfiger said. “Until...

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