The Daily Evergreen

Clawing for Coug parking

BY CHAD SOKOL | Evergreen city reporter

October 24, 2014

Pullman can expect to see some creative parking methods on College Hill this weekend as swathes of dads and other visitors clog the narrow streets with rental cars, family vehicles and Couged-out RVs.But with such weekend caravans come a number of issues for local police officers.One issue, said Pul...

WWI showcased for Dad’s Weekend

From staff reports

October 24, 2014

Many think of World War I as a conflict that happened on far off shores. However, a new exhibit shows the profound impact the Great War had on the Palouse.“July 28, 100 years ago World War I started,” said Mark O’English, university archivist. “With that in mind, we wanted to look at the war...

Smashing pumpkins: a projectile Dad’s Weekend celebration

BY CHAD SOKOL | Evergreen reporter

October 24, 2014

It's time once again to carve pumpkins and set them aglow with tea-light candles; to boil, mash and bake them into rich pies – and to watch them plummet from the 12th floor of a concrete tower.WSU's Physics and Astronomy Club has more than 50 of the orange gourds, each of which it plans to drop from ...

Alumni and students host feast for arts

Hospitality consultant and former Pullman resident Greg Nilan chats with ASWSU Vice President Amanda Spalding and Student Regent Jake Bredstrand during 2011 Feast of the Arts at the WSU Museum of Art.

BY HANNAH RAY LAMBERT | Evergreen reporter

October 24, 2014

Smoked quail, butternut squash puree, cured salmon, and wine will set the table tonight for the fourth Feast of the Arts event of the semester.                                                           The sold-out dinner is a partnership between the WSU Alumni Association and School of Hospitality Bu...

Getting down to business

BY SOPHIA STEELE | Evergreen reporter

October 24, 2014

WSU’s business college is officially being named after one of the university’s most successful alumni. The College of Business will hold a renaming ceremony on Friday October 24, from 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. located on the first floor of Todd Hall to kick off a new era for the College of Business.After ...

Laugh at their nuts

BY TREVOR WILLIAMS | Evergreen reporter

October 24, 2014

The Nuthouse Improv Comedy club is halfway through the season, but the group’s biggest show has yet to go on.The improv cast will return to perform at 8 p.m. tonight in Jones Theatre for Dad’s Weekend.Senior music composition major James Campbell said his favorite shows to perform are during Mom’s and Dad’...

Pullman Fire Chief Heston: cool, calm, for the community

BY RENEE MCCANN | Evergreen reporter

October 24, 2014

Michael Heston, chief of the Pullman fire department, enjoys cooking in his crock pot, bass fishing, working with local Cub Scout troops and ensuring the community is safe.Throughout Heston’s career, he’s helped local area programs grow by helping develop testing services, a residency program for Pul...

WSU Regents push for Pullman beautification

BY CHAD SOKOL | Evergreen city reporter

October 24, 2014

WSU's Board of Regents convened yesterday afternoon to address a wide range of university affairs – from a project aimed at beautifying the gateways into the Pullman campus, to the possibility of a student union building at Tri Cities.For students on the verge of graduating, one of the most popular s...

‘No Turning Back’ from most recent Warren Miller film

Øystein Aasheim, featured in Warren Miller films, executes a flip skiing in Lofoten, Norway.

FROM SATFF REPORTS

October 24, 2014

WSU SEB is preparing for one of their biggest film events of the year in time for Dad’s Weekend.Warren Miller’s 65th ski film titled "No Turning Back" marks the start to the winter season for skiers and snowboarders alike.Known for extreme stunts and featuring athletes like Tyler Ceccanti, Bode...

Fine wine and advertising

FROM STAFF REPORTS

October 24, 2014

Fathers can drink fine wine and support a good cause tonight during a Silent Auction in GCAD Atrium at 5 p.m.The event is held by the National Student Advertising Competition (NSAC) annually on Dad’s Weekend to promote awareness of the organization and fundraise for the upcoming regional competition in ...

Beef and Brews for Dad’s Weekend

FROM STAFF REPORTS

October 24, 2014

Students and their dads will be treated to choice beef and various beers this Saturday at Beef & Brews.The event will be from 1 - 3 p.m. at the Ensminger Pavilion, located between the Lewis Alumni Center and the French Administration Building on Wilson Road.Admission is $20 per person, which covers ...

Extravagant vocal performances

BY DUSTIN VANDEHOEF | Evergreen music reporter

October 24, 2014

Instead of singing the praises of WSU to your dad this weekend, take him to see the professionals do it.Among the many events taking place this “Dad's Weekend," the 29th annual “Vocal Extravaganza” is at 8 p.m. tonight in Bryan Hall.“This is the only performance where all five vocal ensembl...

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