The Daily Evergreen

Pumpkin Drop celebrates physics

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

November 3, 2017

The Physics and Astronomy Club is honoring physics with its annual Pumpkin Drop from the top of Webster Physical Science building. The club worked to collect pumpkins from locally-sourced stores and donators within Pullman, said President Jack Lambert, a senior astrophysics major. The club waits...

Dad’s visit: A taste of home

Brittany Valencia says she is planning to go to the football game with her dad.

RACHEL SUN, Evergreen reporter

November 3, 2017

Name, age: Brittany Valencia, 18 Major, year: Undecided, freshman Do you have plans this weekend? “[My dad’s] going to cook for me, make me rice and beans, and then we’re going to the football game. He’s going to buy me some Cougar gear, and then he’s going to drive me around, and we...

Climbing past comfort zones

Arturo Gavilanes, Challenge Course and climbing wall coordinator discusses the different course options for Dad’s Weekend.

NINA WILLIS, Evergreen reporter

November 3, 2017

Students and their dads can push themselves out of their comfort zone by participating in climbing-related activities this Dad’s Weekend at the Challenge Course. They can explore the parent-child dynamic, said Arturo Gavilanes, coordinator of the challenge course and climbing wall. “I’m super...

Fine dine, catch the murderer

The dinner is set in the Victorian era with actors who will perform in a play and remain in character throughout the night.

NINA WILLIS, Evergreen reporter

October 27, 2017

Dinner takes on an exciting role as centerpiece to a murder mystery plot as guests try to figure out the culprit. The Bank Left Gallery will host its third murder mystery dinner, owner Nelson Duran said. What originally began as a request by co-workers and gallery guests turned into something people...

Games bringing community, family together

Palouse Games employee Ryan Wilson plays Pathfinder with a group of customers.

RACHEL SUN, Evergreen reporter

October 27, 2017

Name, age: Ryan Wilson, 28 Occupation: Palouse Games employee Tell me about yourself. How did you end up working at a game shop? “Board games were very popular in my family. I gravitated to a lot of gaming stores as I grew up. Then I came to the Northwest and went to college at the Universit...

Moscow doughnut shop closes down location

Christa Hernandez fries donuts fresh doughtnuts to celebrate National Donut Day June 1 in downtown Moscow.

MARCO MCCRAY, Evergreen reporter

October 20, 2017

A mini-doughnut shop shut down their second location in downtown Moscow. Ray Wallace, the owner of Buy the Dozen, said the shop is a business that sells fresh and customizable miniature doughnuts. “It’s not just awesome mini-doughnuts,” Wallace said. “We want our customers to have a great...

Palouse offers homegrown horror

Janet Barstow, one of the main organizers of Haunted Palouse, stands by the coffin she’ll lie in to scare people during the event.

CODY COTTIER, Evergreen reporter

October 20, 2017

Janet Barstow glanced across the room at her coffin. Another woman stood over the open casket, lined with velvet and decked in red roses. “I think they’re too cheery,” she said. “Can we paint them black?” This evening Janet will climb into her coffin. She’ll spend the next several...

Dog day care: ‘Grandma’s house for all the dogs’

Owner Kaycee Richman’s rat terrier mix, Dodger, lounges on the couch Monday at The Downtown Dog in Moscow.

NINA WILLIS, Evergreen reporter

October 20, 2017

A WSU graduate caters to the local dog scene through doggy playrooms and monthly field trips, as part of day care and boarding services. Kaycee Richman opened The Downtown Dog almost three years ago in Pullman. After the day care outgrew its space six months later, they took over the location of an...

Sign artist’s business expands

Tianna Kendall, a hand-painted sign artist who runs her business from her home, describes how her sign-making
went from just a hobby to becoming licensed by WSU.

MARCO MCCRAY, Evergreen reporter

October 13, 2017

Tianna Kendall, the owner and founder of Tianna’s Hand Painted Signs, is a wife and stay-at-home mom with two children and has been making and selling her signs for about a year now. She first came up with the idea during WSU’s last football season. It started out as more of a hobby, and she didn’t...

Swing club offers dances, classes, workshops

The Swing Devils of the Palouse, Inc. members dance to a variety of classic styles. They start beginners off with East Coast Swing, which has more of a bouncy movement.

NINA WILLIS, Evergreen reporter

October 13, 2017

Dances from the 1920s to 1940s come alive again through the swing revival scene in Moscow. The Swing Devils of the Palouse, Inc. followed the trends of the late 1980s and early 1990s in the revival of swing dance, club member Alex Boughamer said. Established in 1998, the club wanted to take advantage...

PLAYLive nation to host game nights

MARIAH INMAN, Evergreen reporter

October 13, 2017

PLAYlive Nation in Moscow is hosting two nighttime events in October for people who enjoy video games, board games and card games. Late Night Bash is for people 18 years or older. A second event, the All-Nighter, is for children from 10 to 17 years old. Late Night Bash is meant for college students...

Salvation Army to host a masquerade ball

Store manager Megan Carroll says most charity donations come from the red kettles during the holidays, but the silent auction will help supplement those.

MARCO MCCRAY, Evergreen reporter

October 6, 2017

The Moscow Salvation Army is hosting its first annual masquerade ball Saturday evening at the 1912 Center. All proceeds from the event will be donated to local programs that help people in need throughout Latah and Whitman Counties. The Salvation Army Masquerade Ball will have food, such as pizza...

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