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Fever education focus of student project

Fever education focus of student project

LILLIE WILLIAMS, Evergreen reporter

October 17, 2017


Filed under Local, News, Pullman Community, Showcase

A University of Washington medical student is partnering with local groups to distribute thermometers and fever information to young families in Whitman County. Nick Rasmussen, a second-year student from the UW School of Medicine, said his connection with the Palouse started with his involvement in...

‘100 percent dedicated’ to rowing

‘100 percent dedicated’ to rowing

DYLAN GREENE, Evergreen reporter

October 17, 2017


Filed under Showcase, Sports, Womens

Paige Danielson was a four-sport athlete in high school, participating in cross-country, track and field, swimming and basketball. When she came to WSU, she decided to try a new sport — rowing. “How many times do you have a chance to try something completely new, especially once you get this...

Learning from social perspectives

Learning from social perspectives

SYDNEY BROWN, Evergreen reporter

October 16, 2017


Filed under Involvement, Life, Showcase

The Sociology Club works to think about and discuss community issues from a social perspective, rather than a political or economic one. Club adviser Sarah Whitley said she makes unique perspectives an essential part of the group’s discussion by looking at an issue from all sides and considering...

Intersectional identities explored

Intersectional identities explored

JESSICA ZHOU, Evergreen assistant news editor

October 16, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase, WSU Pullman campus

Students, educators, lawyers and activists spent their Saturday in the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center discovering different aspects of undocumented and LGBTQ identities, and ways to support those who identified with one or both. Keynote speaker and first undocumented member of the Seattle LGBTQ commission...

Sign artist’s business expands

Sign artist’s business expands

MARCO MCCRAY, Evergreen reporter

October 13, 2017


Filed under Community, Life, Showcase

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...

Understanding the science behind morning wood

Understanding the science behind morning wood

RIDGE PETERSON, Evergreen reporter

October 13, 2017


Filed under Articles, Sex Edition 2017, Showcase

Both men and women can have “wet dreams” and “morning wood.” While nocturnal emissions and arousal are much more noticeable in men than women, both genders experience this common phenomenon. Although this topic may be awkward to think or talk about, this is a perfectly normal experience for sexually...

Choose costumes carefully, student leaders say

Choose costumes carefully, student leaders say

JONATHAN VILLANUEVA, Evergreen reporter

October 13, 2017


Filed under ASWSU, News, Showcase, WSU Pullman campus

As Halloween comes closer, groups on campus reminded students of the harmful implications the costumes they wear can have on others during a presentation Thursday. Jayda Moore, a social justice peer educator, defined cultural appropriation as taking a part of a person’s or group’s culture out...

Cougs look to stay unbeaten in Berkeley

Cougs look to stay unbeaten in Berkeley

DYLAN GREENE, Evergreen reporter

October 13, 2017


Filed under Football, Mens, Showcase, Sports

After notching its first road win of the season, No. 8 WSU (6-0, 3-0) will travel to Berkeley on a short week to take on University of California, Berkeley (3-3, 0-3). Cougar football is coming off a 33-10 victory over Oregon (4-2, 1-2), in which the defense held the number-one total offense in the...

Fall fashion: Cozy, comfy and just like heaven

Fall fashion: Cozy, comfy and just like heaven

JENNIFER LADWIG, Evergreen mint editor

October 11, 2017


Filed under Mint, Showcase

With the turning of the leaves comes a change in our wardrobes. And fall may be the best season for creating your own fabulous style. Instead of pretending I know anything about clothing and fashion, I instead turned to Mia Peterson, the owner of Flirt in downtown Pullman. Peterson said she loves...

Educator encourages understanding

Educator encourages understanding

LILLIE WILLIAMS, Evergreen reporter

October 10, 2017


Filed under Local, News, Politics, Showcase, WSU Pullman campus

In light of recent demonstrations on campus, an international peace educator shared his insights on conflict resolution and free speech. The peace educator, Arthur Romano, an assistant professor at George Mason University, said that during conflicts, people tend to attack each other instead of focusing...

Jocelyn Urias traveled far to represent WSU

Jocelyn Urias traveled far to represent WSU

JACKSON GARDNER, Evergreen reporter

October 10, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase, Sports, Womens

Pullman is a long way from home for redshirt sophomore middle blocker Jocelyn Urias, who grew up in Tijuana, Mexico. Urias has adapted to the rural setting since moving to Pullman in 2015. She has also learned English, played for her national team, and is starting to make her presence known in the...

University of Idaho celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day

University of Idaho celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day

JONATHAN VILLANUEVA, Evergreen reporter

October 9, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

A Shoshone-Paiute tribe representative and students gathered Monday at the University of Idaho campus to celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day through a speaker event focused on peace and love. Sydel Samuels, the director of the Native American Student Center of UI, helped organize the event for the...

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