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SATIRE: President commits to dynamic synergisms

SATIRE: President commits to dynamic synergisms

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen columnist

March 29, 2018


Filed under Mint

WSU President Kirk Schulz looked uncomfortable as the clock edged first five, then 10 minutes past the scheduled start of the State of the University address. Though he had been heralded in by Faculty Senate Chair Judi McDonald and an upbeat live jazz combo, he now wordlessly stood center stage. After...

‘Insidious: The Last Key’ unlocks childhood trauma

‘Insidious: The Last Key’ unlocks childhood trauma

BRYCE CHAPMAN, Evergreen columnist

March 29, 2018


Filed under Events, Mint

Sequels in horror movies are as common as jump scares. However, a fourth movie in one franchise is impressive, and that is exactly what “Insidious: The Last Key” is. And it holds a twist: it is — wait for it — a prequel. While this is no surprise in today’s movie age, it was an odd choice for...

Geo Quibuyen encourages personal storytelling

Geo Quibuyen encourages personal storytelling

MORGAN LESTER, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2018


Filed under Events, Mint

  The sun setting outside, students began to fill into the round, modern lecture hall of the SPARK building and take their seats. They applauded as Geo Quibuyen entered and turned on rap to amp up the crowd. Quibuyen, also known as Prometheus Brown, is a Hawaii-raised, Seattle-based Filipino-American...

Narrative performance explores cultural dances

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2018


Filed under Events, Mint

All eyes were on professor Dee Garceau at the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center on Tuesday evening. In honor of the cultures of both Native Americans and African-Americans, the history department at WSU organized a Narrative/Counter Narrative performance. The event celebrated these groups through their...

Feminist artist shares cultural heritage

Feminist artist shares cultural heritage

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

March 29, 2018


Filed under Mint, Showcase

Embracing one’s identity and bouncing back from criticism may be a challenge, but it often brings great rewards. Junior Kendra Muliagatele-Robinson uses her art not only to take pride in her heritage, but also to convince others to do the same. Though she now majors in fine arts, Muliagatele-Robinson,...

Letter from the Mint editor: Don’t let your license expire

GABRIELLA RAMOS, Evergreen mint editor

March 29, 2018


Filed under Mint

My driver’s license expired last Tuesday. I only had it for five years before the expiration date and I still failed to get it renewed on time. So I stroll on in to the DMV on Friday anticipating an extra late fee for not having been timely with my renewal. And then the lady at booth number one...

Performing Arts prepares final show

Performing Arts prepares final show

MORGAN LESTER, Evergreen reporter

March 28, 2018


Filed under Events, Mint, Showcase

As night fell, a din rose on the third floor of Daggy Hall, where in Jones Theatre the cast and crew of Performing Arts’ last production, “Silent Sky,” were hard at work putting the final touches on the show. The actors applied makeup and pinned their hair together in dressing rooms while technicians...

‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ outdoes original

‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ outdoes original

MORGAN LESTER, Evergreen columnist

March 22, 2018


Filed under Events, Mint

Next month in the CUB Auditorium, there is an unusual surprise in the form of a double feature: the 1995 cult classic “Jumanji,” and its 2017 reboot, “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.” The original, starring the late Robin Williams and a young Kirsten Dunst, is one that all of us have seen...

Poet, translator to discuss methods

MORGAN LESTER, Evergreen reporter

March 22, 2018


Filed under Events, Mint

For the final visiting writer of the year, Curtis Bauer, a poet, director of creative writing and professor of comparative literature at Texas Tech University, will come to campus. Bauer said poetry helps him make sense of the world around him. “When I don’t understand something or I find that...

STAGE members, advisers win regional awards

STAGE members, advisers win regional awards

MORGAN LESTER, Evergreen reporter

March 22, 2018


Filed under Mint

STAGE students and advisers Benjamin Gonzales and Mary Trotter won several awards at the 2018 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Region VII in Spokane this past month. KCACTF Region VII is composed of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, northern California...

Letter from the Mint editor: ‘Life begins at the end of your comfort zone’

GABRIELLA RAMOS, Evergreen mint editor

March 22, 2018


Filed under Mint

So I spent $1,300 on a flight to Paris yesterday. I’ve always claimed to be nomadic. My Tumblr is jam-packed with quotes about wanderlust and your most basic adventurous photos, so when the opportunity to study abroad came about, I had no hangups. Until it came to scheduling my flight. Until...

SATIRE: High school students get detention for walk-out

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen columnist

March 22, 2018


Filed under Mint

Gun control debate is back in the limelight after the Parkland High shooting, leading to walkouts in schools across the nation. In Pullman, walking out of class shared the same punishment as the most abhorrent school crimes — detention. Administrators agreed this was the appropriate response to...

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