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The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

The student voice of Washington State University since 1895

The Daily Evergreen

Maybe chicken stew is closer to the mark

Cooking with Carson: Chicken Soup to Fight Those Seasonal Blues

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist October 26, 2022

Move aside House of the Dragon and NFL, it is soup season.  Dearest readers, if you have been following the weather recently not only will you have noticed the cold and rain, but also the snow. SNOW....

Mint reporter Lannan Ruiz is modeling a homemade purse she made herself.

Crochet bag for fall finds

LANNAN RUIZ November 10, 2021

Cold weather is fast approaching and that means winter and fall fashion is in full swing. Accessorize your look with this fuzzy outlined crochet bag! This project took me about 6 hours to complete from...

A flock of lesser goldfinches rest on a thistle feeder on Nov. 2 in Pullman.

Incentivize birds to visit, sing for you every morning

ISABELLE BUSCH, Evergreen reporter, columnist November 4, 2021

Their songs brighten the hours I do homework, and their shadows accompany me to class. Sometimes I catch a glimpse of one keeping an eye on me. No matter where you live, birds are all around.  Birds...

While heartwarming and family-friendly, a nostalgic affection for the film might be required to really enjoy “Halloweentown.”

Movie review: ‘Halloweentown’ relies on nostalgia for appeal

KESTRA ENGSTROM, Managing editor October 4, 2021

Duwayne Dunham’s “Halloweentown,” starring Debbie Reynolds, Kimberly J. Brown and Judith Hoag, first premiered on Disney Channel in October 1998. The film has been a Halloween season staple...

You can make a chunky knit pumpkin with only four materials.

Fall decor DIYs

CALLIE GERBER, Evergreen reporter September 15, 2021

Fall is coming in just a few days, which means it is time for pumpkin spice lattes, blankets, scarfs and everything cozy. If your room needs some fall in it, here are three easy DIYs to spruce it up for...

Theres a reason pumpkins are the ideal fall treat — theyre delicious.

OPINION: Pumpkins are fall’s ideal treat

GRACE LAPIERRE October 13, 2020

I went to get groceries, caving into my monthslong desire to eat something pumpkin-flavored, only to find Walmart and Safeway were out of pumpkin puree. So, my roommate bought me a pie pumpkin, and we...

Falls cozy atmosphere and changing weather make it a solid candidate for the best season.

OPINION: Fall is the best season

MADELINE GREER October 6, 2020

Temperatures are finally starting to cool down, and the days are becoming shorter and shorter. Leaves are changing color and falling off the trees, and pumpkin-spice-flavored products are back on the shelf. Fall...

If youre worried COVID-19 is putting a damper on your love life, Emma has some date ideas you can do around the Palouse.

Ask Emma: What are some COVID-safe date ideas?

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor October 5, 2020

Dear Emma, I recently started dating this girl who I really like. I want to take her on some fun dates, but I’m worried about COVID-19 and being safe while we’re out. Normally, I would do something...

With fall just around the corner, its time to get in a spooky mood with a couple Halloween classics.

OPINION: Halloween’s best movies

JOEY FRANKLIN September 23, 2020

With summer turning to fall, the idea of staying inside all day and watching movies becomes increasingly enticing. Halloween and horror movies start creeping into theaters around this time of the year....

The ubiquitous pumpkin spice seems to be everywhere during fall — but it might be time for it to go. From pastries to lattes to Frappuccinos, all things pumpkin-flavored have grown stale and passe.

OPINION: Pumpkin spice has gone too far

JOEY FRANKLIN September 17, 2020

Fall is upon us. Along with the leaves turning brown, Halloween season and the beginning of school comes one more player — pumpkin spice lattes. I have never understood the hype behind pumpkin spice...

As high school seniors graduate this spring and decide whether to attend WSU in the fall, a lot of unknowns are still up in the air. Emma advises seniors to keep tabs on the latest updates from the university.

Ask Emma: I don’t know what to expect if I start school in the fall

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen news editor June 8, 2020

Dear Emma, I’m going to be a freshman at WSU in the fall and I’m worried about what classes are going to be like. I was already nervous to transition from high school to college, but that was before...

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