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DJ Goldfinger: Painting with music

AILA IKUSE | Evergreen reporter

April 28, 2017


Filed under Local Faces, Students Choice Awards 2017

DJ Goldfinger, general manager and DJ at Stubblefields, may use vinyl records and turntables to DJ, but his music is anything but old-school.“I’m a music nerd,” Goldfinger said. “I love to DJ. I wake up thinking about it, I could be in the middle of something and thinking about DJ’ing, I go to...

Master your golf game for one credit

TYLER SHUEY | Evergreen columnist

April 28, 2017


Filed under Academics, Students Choice Awards 2017

The official title of this one-credit course is dull and boring (PE ACTIV 141), but there is so much more that enrollees can get out of this class than what is on the surface.The purpose of one-credit PE classes is to keep students on track to graduate. If a student is at 15 credits for a given seme...

The Old European offers fresh breakfast options

The Old European offers fresh breakfast options

NINA WILLIS | Evergreen reporter

April 28, 2017


Filed under Local Faces, Students Choice Awards 2017

Emphasis on customer service and food made from scratch earned Old European the student choice award for best breakfast.General Manager Channing Benson started working at Old European as a college student looking for a weekend job. From there, she eventually worked her way up to manager’s position,...

Adviser loves to see students succeed

SARAH OLSEN | Evergreen news editor

April 28, 2017


Filed under Academics, Students Choice Awards 2017

This year’s best WSU adviser said she came into her position as an academic and career adviser in order to help low-income, high-achieving students earn their bachelor’s degrees.Sharon Ericsson currently serves as the assistant director of the Academic Success and Career Center.“I feel like I have...

RA strives for intentional interaction

CHRIS ARNESON | Evergreen columnist

April 28, 2017


Filed under Housing, Students Choice Awards 2017

Does sprinting from Murrow Hall to Stephenson East in less than three minutes to break up a fight make you a great resident adviser?Jake Sirianni told me he had “never run so fast” and that he also phoned the police in an incident that occurred during his sophomore year when he was a resident adviser...

An enlightening experience

An enlightening experience

JESSICA ZHOU, Evergreen reporter

April 28, 2017


Filed under Business, Students Choice Awards 2017

With just under a year in Pullman, local marijuana dispensary Satori has established itself as a student favorite since it opened last spring on May 12. “When you come to Satori, it’s an experience, it’s kind of like a show,” purchasing and store manager Roneé Nemechek said. Satori i...

How to judge the best bathroom

CHRIS ARNESON | Evergreen columnist

April 28, 2017


Filed under Business, Students Choice Awards 2017

What elements, besides proximity, do you take into account when deciding which public bathroom you are going to use?If your superhero power is smell, you are likely not a fan of most bathrooms in football stadiums, as these are not known for smelling like a Febreze factory. If you don’t like long l...

Students give Ferdinand’s a Cougar gold

LATISHA JENSEN | Evergreen reporter

April 28, 2017


Filed under Food, Students Choice Awards 2017

Strong school spirit and a family feel are key aspects of what it means to be a Coug. Ferdinand's reflects this essence not only by benefiting the agriculture department with proceeds, but also in that food science majors make its ice cream and Cougar Gold Cheese. It's a constant cycle of "Cougs help Co...

Stubblefields steals the show

CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen life editor

April 28, 2017


Filed under Business, Food, Recreation

At this bar, people can drink, dance and even hold Madden tournaments.Stubblefields won the Students Choice Awards for best beer (cheap and craft), best date spot, best wine, best 21st birthday celebration, best place to dance, best lunch, best cocktail, best late night meal, best happy hour, but most ...

Cougar Country’s burgers taste like nostalgia

Cougar Country’s burgers taste like nostalgia

BASHEERA AGYEMAN | Evergreen columnist

April 28, 2017


Filed under Food, Students Choice Awards 2017

Onions, mayo, lettuce, and a quarter-pounder beef patty along with Cougar Country’s “special sauce,” are the main ingredients for the cherished Cougar Country burgers that students chose as the best burger this year.General Manager Bryan Power said the bacon burger is the most popular with stud...

South Fork takes pride in their shoestring fries

South Fork takes pride in their shoestring fries

DENNIS FARRELL | Evergreen reporter

April 28, 2017


Filed under Food, Students Choice Awards 2017

When it comes to the best place to get your French-fry fix, WSU students chose South Fork Public House as the ultimate destination for fries in Pullman.South Fork, owned by Pullman locals Jim Harbour and Wade Dissmore, has been serving the Pullman community since 2010. The restaurant has won several...

Best fitness center and swimming spot: Student Recreation Center

Peyton Taffe | Daily Evegreen File

April 28, 2017


Filed under Recreation, Students Choice Awards 2017

The Student Recreation Center won first place for best fitness center and best swimming spot. Best fitness center:1. UREC      2. Chinook    3. Stephenson Down UnderBest swimming spot:1. UREC      2. The Dunes      3. The Cliffs...

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