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Bassoonist preps for her culminating project

From Staff Reports

October 17, 2013


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As a culminating requirement for their degree, seniors majoring in music education must complete a half recital. Sonja Larson, a bassoon player, will complete her recital this Friday. “My recital is kind of the culmination of everything we’ve been learning in terms of performing,” Larson said. ...

Annual festival showcases playwrights

Catherine Kruse Evergreen Theater reporter

October 17, 2013


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Stories of comedic tragedies, warring friends and a bartender with a malicious plan will pan out during a series of one-act shows.STAGE Student Theater is a group of actors and actresses best known for their Stage One performances.Stage One is a drama festival in which the club’s members will put on a...

Rolling to the finals

Alex Madison Evergreen Community reporter

October 17, 2013


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A whistle sounds, and off skates a team of fiery-eyed women donning short skirts, fishnets and punk rock T-shirts. The Rolling Hills Derby Dames will turn circles on Beasley Coliseum's concrete floor Oct. 19 for their final bout of the season. “When the crowd roars, you feel like a rock star,” D...

Collaborating to share Native American culture

Collaborating to share Native American culture

From Staff Reports

October 17, 2013


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The Prichard Art Gallery will feature "Comic Art Indigène," a major exhibit of Native American comic art.Roger Rowley, the gallery's director, said there is a long tradition of narrative art in Native American culture."The idea that you’re using a set of images to tell a story, even a set of images with...

Drummer gears up for his music future outside of Pullman

Drummer gears up for his music future outside of Pullman

Cori Uddenberg Evergreen Music reporter

October 15, 2013


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Percussionists aren’t always rock stars, but that doesn’t mean they can’t play the drums just as fast as any rock band drummer.Greg Power, senior percussionist with WSU’s School of Music, said playing fast songs is one of his favorite parts of performing."I like to play fast music," he said. "I will ge...

Rocking the month of October

Catherine Kruse Evergreen reporter

October 15, 2013


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On the corner of Northeast Kamiaken and Olsen Street rests downtown Pullman’s Atom Heart Music, a place to find instruments, CDs, books and musical knowledge.“We have had 8-year-olds to a woman in her 60s come for lessons,” said employee Gabrielle Schilling. “While acoustic guitars are our mo...

Poetry slam starts up its competition

Lance Lijewski Evergreen SEB reporter

October 15, 2013


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The Student Entertainment Board will present their annual Poetry Slam tonight at 7 p.m. in the CUB Auditorium.The Poetry Slam is a competition consisting of three rounds with student participants. Each participant is given one minute to recite each poem. The judges will advance five poets to the second round...

Class proves yoga isn’t just for women

Lance Lijewski Evergreen reporter

October 11, 2013


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Forget about crunching abs. Forget about lifting weights. Forget about running, hiking, wrestling, or boxing. The Student Recreation Center has something else in mind for families to bond over Saturday morning.Bro-ga, an intense yoga workout targeted toward male students and their dads, will take over the SRC wit...

Winning over hearts in Beasley

Hannah Ray Lambert Evergreen reporter

October 11, 2013


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Heart will take the stage at Beasley Coliseum tonight for Dad’s Weekend.The band was formed by two sisters, Ann and Nancy Wilson, and has been making music for 35 years, said Beasley Coliseum director Leo Udy.“They got their start in Seattle...and had some number one singles back in the 80s and...

Dads go wild for hiking and picnicking on the picturesque trails of Kamiak Butte

Maxwell Reister Evergreen reporter

October 11, 2013


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Visit the second highest point in Whitman County during Dad’s Weekend with a stroll up Kamiak Butte.Towering above the Palouse at 3,641 feet, Kamiak Butte County Park is located about 12 miles north of Pullman on Highway 27.Kamiak features more than 150 species of birds, mammals and plants, includ...

Bonding at Brewfest

Maxwell Reister Evergreen Food and Beer reporter

October 11, 2013


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Drinking a beer with dad is one of life’s special honors, acknowledging that someone once a child is now a grown and mature adult.WSU students more than 21 years old and their fathers can partake in the tradition Friday, Oct. 11 at the seventh annual WSU Brewfest in Pullman’s Gladish Community & ...

Students and their dads can reach new heights through UREC

Alex Madison Evergreen reporter

October 11, 2013


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Reaching new heights starts with the first rung.Standing 72 feet tall, the high and low elements ropes course at the University Recreation Center is open to students and their dads for the Dad’s Weekend Challenge on Oct 12.“This challenge course should be on every students’ bucket list while th...

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