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October’s film season offers something for everyone

Lance Lijewski Evergreen columnist

October 1, 2013


Filed under News

 Astronauts, Somali pirates and telekinetic children … Oh, my! Oscar season is in full swing, Halloween is almost here and Hollywood has some of the most terrifying films to offer film buffs of every genre this month.On Friday, Sandra Bullock and George Clooney star in "Gravity," a drama about two as...

Moscow PD search for armed robbers

Moscow PD search for armed robbers

Chad Sokol | The Daily Evergreen

October 1, 2013


Filed under Crime

Two men donning masks and brandishing handguns robbed the Stinker Station early Saturday morning in Moscow. They fled with a bag of cash and a carton of Marlboro cigarettes.Police responded at 3:54 a.m. after the men had fled.The store's clerk said one of the suspects pointed his gun at two customers and...

Veterans gain temporary home

Zack Briggs | The Daily Evergreen.

October 1, 2013


Filed under WSU Pullman campus

Student veterans now have an answer.The WSU Space Committee announced Monday morning the establishment of a temporary student veterans center to exist in Holland Library, with occupancy intended for January 2014. Dan Bernardo, space committee member, interim-provost and executive vice president, revea...

The WSU campus has its own tale of Halloween superstition

The WSU campus has its own tale of Halloween superstition

Maxwell Reister Evergreen columnist

October 1, 2013


Filed under News

 I do not expect you to believe the following stories. I’d be insane to think today’s WSU students would accept any of these old-fashioned tales of terror. I’m not crazy; however, I must tell you plainly of a series of mere campus events.Their details have made me uneasy, unsettled, and in so...

Festival brings world cultures to the Pullman campus

Alex Madison Evergreen Community reporter

October 1, 2013


Filed under News

 Sights, rhythms and aromas from across the globe will infiltrate WSU the weekend of Oct. 3-5 for the first ever Humanitas Festival."This festival is about creating connections through celebration, and the arts are a great way to do that," Gail Siegel, director of WSU Performing Arts, said.Embracing w...

Researching the resistance

Michelle Fredrickson, Evergreen reporter

September 30, 2013


Filed under WSU Pullman campus

In some parts of the world, acts as simple as composting can effectively lessen the spread of antibiotic-resistant pathogens, one WSU researcher said.Douglass Call, a professor and researcher in the Paul G. Allen School of Global Animal Health, specializes in the study of antibiotic resistance, part...

Custom Threads for Cougs

Custom Threads for Cougs

Teresa Lane, Evergreen reporter

September 30, 2013


Filed under Pullman Community

Now sitting on Colorado Street above Valhalla Bar and Grill, College Hill Custom Threads started when one Coug found a way to serve thousands.CEO and founder Tony Poston started his custom design company when he said he saw the need for a local design shop during his years as a WSU undergraduate....

Changing public policy can sustain research

Zack Briggs, Evergreen reporter

September 30, 2013


Filed under WSU Pullman campus

Through the study of anthropologic culture, environmental archaeologists strive to turn scientific research into implemented American public policy.The Foley Institute’s Coffee and Politics series introduced Christian Wells, an associate professor from the University of South Florida, on Friday. Wells p...

ASWSUG tailgates for a cause

By Madison Callan Evergreen reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under WSU Pullman campus

The Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) and online campus government ASWSU Global (ASWUG) are teaming up to host a school supplies drive and tailgate party Saturday at the WSU football game in Seattle.The drive is collecting school supplies for children of Mary's Place, a women's shelter in Seattle."We wor...

Pullman Regional sets $75 million funding goal

By James Clark Evergreen reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under Pullman Community

Pullman Regional Hospital (PRH) plans to raise $75 million to become self-sufficient in light of constantly decreasing government funding, CEO Scott Adams said.The plan to raise the $75 million is part of a two-fold operation that the hospital is undertaking called Community Health 2020, Adams said....

MASC preserves campus history

MASC preserves campus history

Devin Trubey Evergreen reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under WSU Pullman campus

While history may be in the past, the Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections department (MASC) works to keep it a part of our future.MASC became the university’s record keeper starting in 1959 in the Terrell Library with one archivist, Mary Avery.Department Head Trevor Bond came up with the ...

Serving the Pullman community for 20 years

By Ashley Gonzalez Evergreen reporter

September 27, 2013


Filed under WSU Pullman campus

The Center for Civic Engagement celebrated its 20th anniversary Thursday and commemorated the positive changes it has created in the community.“It was a struggle at first because there were so few resources,” said Anne Remaley, the first director of the Community Service Learning Center. “We h...

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