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Funky sunshine playlist

Funky sunshine playlist

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen columnist

March 12, 2020

Spring break is coming up and I know everybody is super excited to go back to the west side to catch coronavirus and redistribute it in Pullman. Whenever I’m simultaneously excited and in panic about a potential pandemic, there’s one genre I can count on to pick me up. We need the funk. Go...

Paddy’s Day pints

Paddy's Day pints

BRUCE MULMAT, Evergreen columnist

March 12, 2020

While you’re enjoying your spring break, remember that there is a high holiday for those who love to drink. St. Patrick’s Day seems to always be over this break, so here’s the top Irish cocktails and drinks to enjoy during this very special day. It is also very important to note that some of these ...

Folk artist to ‘lumber rock’ Moscow

Norman Baker and the Backroads play on March 20, 2019 at Tractor Tavern in Seattle. Baker performs his

MADYSEN MCLAIN, Evergreen reporter

March 12, 2020

Norman Baker and the Backroads, a Seattle-based folk band, will bring their original music to Moscow on Friday night at John’s Alley. Norman Baker, a singer and songwriter, is no stranger to Moscow. He said he has played several shows at John’s Alley Tavern, but it has been a few years since...

SATIRE: The dead walk

COVID-19 totally isn't the start of the zombie apocalypse we hope ...

JACOB HERSH, Evergreen columnist

March 9, 2020

Does the recent coronavirus outbreak have anything to do with the mysterious surge of violent crimes in the Whitman County area that some claim is the result of a “zombie infection”? No, is the resounding answer from the state’s health officials. “There’s no such thing as a zombie ou...

OPINION: ASWSU just pays lip service to POC

JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen columnist

March 9, 2020

The multicultural debate last Wednesday disappointed me. In a forum for discussion about what each of the candidates planned to do for people of color at WSU, I walked out with no idea what anybody planned to do to address any problems relating to people of color at WSU. I admit I left early, but I...

‘Mix of Melanin’ remixes former student showcase

Sparkle Watts, vice president of the Black Student Union, says she was inspired to organize

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen reporter

March 5, 2020

The cross-university Shades of Black Show, which last occurred in 2017, will return this year in spirit as Mix of Melanin, a talent performance open to all students. Hosted by the Black Student Union, the National Pan-Hellenic Council and the Student Entertainment Board, the showcase will take place...

Cafe Moro open mic tonight

Cafe Moro’s open mic event is open to anyone who wants to perform or just wants to listen.

Taylor Gonzales, Evergreen reporter

March 5, 2020

On the first Thursday of every month from 6-7 p.m., Pullman residents, WSU students and other community members are welcome to participate in the open mic night at Cafe Moro located in downtown Pullman. The night begins with a featured reader, typically a WSU English department faculty member. Aft...

Playlist: Music for Women’s Month

Nothing gives you strength like a good song or ten.

Taylor Gonzales, Evergreen columnist

March 5, 2020

March, the month dedicated to the celebration of women, has finally arrived and what better way to celebrate than through the power of music. This playlist is compiled of artists ranging from Lizzo to Amy Winehouse, designed to fit every mood of women’s month. Hitting every genre for every type ...

Mint book club: For women

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JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen columnist

March 5, 2020

Because none of you read enough (even if you do read as a hobby) I come bearing more books, this time women-themed for Women’s History Month. All the books here are written by women and feature a woman as the main character. As always, you’re required to read all these books before the end of the mont...

Planetarium shows ‘Venus Ascendant’ this weekend

2020 is a spectacular year for viewing Earth’s twin, the gemlike Venus. Bright in the evening sky all winter, Venus peaks with the greatest elongation of its orbit on March 24.

HAYDYN WALLENDER and MINDY MALONE

March 5, 2020

The WSU planetarium will show “Venus Ascendant” this weekend. Showtimes are Friday, March 6 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, March 8 at 5 p.m in Sloan Hall Room 231. The event is open to the public. Tickets cost $5 and can be bought with either cash or check. The planetarium can fit 65 people, so plan...

Native student driven by love for community

Jaissa Grunlose, chairman of the Native American Women's Association, discusses how she got involved with NAWA on Feb. 25 at the WSU Native Center.

MADDY BEAN, Evergreen reporter

March 5, 2020

Students can sometimes find it difficult to balance culture and academic life as they find their identity. For Native American student Jaissa Grunlose, she said she hopes the power she has gained will help her spread the message and awareness of her people throughout campus, as she pushes on through h...

Renowned poet shares life experience, poetry

Jericho Brown, poet and associate professor and the director of the Creative Writing Program at Emory University, reads from his poetry during a Visiting Writer event on Thursday evening at the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center.

JARED BRADLEY, Evergreen reporter

March 2, 2020

WSU hosted the recipient of a Whiting Writers’ Award and director of the Creative Writing Program at Emory University in Atlanta as part of the Visiting Writers’ Series.  Jericho Brown is a black man who grew up in the American South. The audience laughed throughout his talk, but his poet...

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