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Betul found that over time, she fell in love with her culture and was no longer ashamed.

‘I take pride in my culture’

KASSANDRA VOGEL, Evergreen reporter April 15, 2021

Freshman chemical engineering major Zeynep Betul has learned to be proud of her culture. When Betul was about seven, her family moved from Los Angeles to Moscow, Idaho. She said she remembers living...

Other than Santas, Mary Lou Wayne also creates fairy sculptors that are just as quirky.

‘You can get the expression in my sculptures’

SHEILA JOHNSON, Evergreen reporter April 15, 2021

Mary Lou Wayne, sculptor and owner of Characters in Clay in Lewiston, always tells beginning artists to never stop trying. She encourages artists to experiment with different mediums until they find their...

Katie Bunch Emerson has high hopes for her studio once the pandemic is over.

Take home kits from The Pullman Art Car

TAYLOR GONZALES, Evergreen reporter March 18, 2021

The passion of art and creativity is something that never goes away. Katie Bunch Emerson is a perfect model of this notion. Emerson, the founder of The Pullman Art Car, brings creativity on-the-go to...

Chardonae Odegard plans on taking her art to a new level with Art Therapy when she graduates.

Black women highlighted in ‘Breaking Barriers’

SHEILA JOHNSON, Evergreen reporter March 18, 2021

Chardonae Odegard, a junior fine arts major, received recognition for her painting, “Breaking Barriers,” in the 2020 edition of LandEscapes and continues to make inspiring art about her life experiences. Odegard...

Aref began her blog in 2020 to give her something fun to do during the pandemic.

“When I started my blog, I started it on blind faith”

VICTORIA GIOMI, Evergreen reporter March 11, 2021

Solen Aref always knew writing was her passion, but what inspired her to publish her writing came from her faith and culture. Aref, junior broadcast news major, was raised in a Kurdish household, where...

Murray not only designed cribbage board, he also engraves pens for sale on his Etsy shop.

From mechanical engineering to cribbage boards

VICTORIA GIOMI, Evergreen reporter March 4, 2021

One mechanical engineering major is putting his skills and his resources to the test to create some one-of-a-kind WSU themed merch that is not available anywhere else. WSU student Sean Murray has been...

Professor shares his passion for poetry

Professor shares his passion for poetry

KASSANDRA VOGEL, Evergreen reporter March 4, 2021

WSU creative writing professor Cameron McGill is releasing his first full-length book of poetry, "In the Night Field." The book investigates the relationship between place and the memories associated with...

Kevin Graybill set to release first album February 19, 2021 on Spotify

From advertising to songwriting

VICTORIA GIOMI, Evergreen reporter February 11, 2021

In 2009, this freshly graduated Coug had no idea where his advertisement degree would take him, and now, just years later he is about to release his first album. WSU alum Kevin Graybill found his passion...

Ryan Hiller started photography in high school and has continued throughout college life.

Business student photographs grads

SHEILA JOHNSON, Evergreen reporter February 4, 2021

Ryan Hiller, junior marketing major and communications minor, first picked up a camera his senior year of high school. Since then, he has taken his skills and started his own company, Hiller’s Photos. When...

Freshman Natalia Nin moved into her dorm in the spring to experience real college life.

Freshmen arrive: freshmen allowed to move into dorm after waiting a semester

VICTORIA GIOMI, Evergreen reporter January 28, 2021

With the new spring semester arriving, so do new memories, activities and most importantly, students. After last semester’s freshman live-in restrictions were lifted, freshmen from all over moved onto...

Professors are working to help their students stay focused with online school.

Professors’ outlook on online school

KASSANDRA VOGEL, Evergreen reporter January 28, 2021

Online school during a pandemic was a learning experience for not just students, but professors as well.  They had to learn how to transfer all their resources onto Blackboard and Zoom, to missing the...

Ceffalo has been hosting and performing in drag for the past four years  in various events.

WSU student practices drag, promotes inclusivity

JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen Mint editor September 17, 2020

For the past four years, Michael Ceffalo has been performing drag as a creative outlet, as a way to make friends and get involved in the LGBTQ community, and to express gender and any interest he has aesthetically. Ceffalo...

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