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Attendees look over the Virginia Woolf collection, books known for pushing the boundaries of gender roles in the 1920s, March 28, 2024, in Pullman, Washington.

Gallery: WSU students, faculty queer the archives

GRACIE ROGERS, Evergreen Illustration editor April 2, 2024

Hannah Martian, author and WSU student.

WSU graduate student publishing queer mystery novel

IRVIN VILLALVA, Evergreen reporter November 30, 2023

Author and WSU graduate student Hannah Martian struck a deal with Crooked Lane Books to publish her new book “LONG TIME GONE,” set to release in fall 2024. Hannah spent her summer in Casper, Wyoming,...

Two event attendees browsing through clothing on racks at the fluid fashion pop-up, Oct. 21.

Student centers host fluid fashion pop-up event

ANNA ADAMS, Managing editor October 26, 2023

The Asian American and Pacific Islander Student Center hosted a pop-up event in conjunction with the LGBTQ+ Center from 2–4 p.m. Oct. 21 promoting the fluid fashion closet. The fluid fashion closet...

The facilitators of the event from left to right: Josie Cohen-Rodriguez, LGBTQ+ Student Life & Community Coordinator, Drew Gamboa, Hunter Kearns and Lotus Norton-Wisla, WSU Libraries community outreach archivist.

WSU students and faculty queer the archives

GRACIE ROGERS, Evergreen Illustration editor October 24, 2023

       

WSU students participating in Terrell Librarys past Queering the Archives event, Oct. 21, 2022.

‘Queeries’ of the Archives

ROBYN FANCHER, Evergreen reporter October 19, 2023

Rummage through WSU archives and find hidden stories about queer people of the past and present at this semester’s Queering the Archives, hosted by the LGBTQ+ Center from 5–6 p.m. today on the ground...

To Name An Other by Jeffrey Gibson.

They Teach Love: Internationally recognized artist exhibits work at WSU museum

GABRIELLE FELICIANO, Evergreen life editor September 7, 2023

They Teach Love. That is the name of queer Cherokee-Choctaw artist Jeffrey Gibson’s art exhibition showing through March 9, 2024, at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. This year, Gibson was selected...

Ballister Boldheart and Nimona from the film Nimona.”

REVIEW: ‘Nimona,’ a sci-fi fantasy story about acceptance

JOEY FRANKLIN July 20, 2023

The first thing that stood out to me about “Nimona” was the interesting crossroads that the characters’ society stood at. The juxtaposition between the futuristic staple of flying cars meshed with...

LaCours book, Yerba Buena, in the Bundy Reading Room, April 13.

Banned book author Nina LaCour visits WSU

ERIN MULLINS, Evergreen reporter April 19, 2023

Author Nina LaCour is not afraid to honestly address emotionally heavy issues in her novels, despite facing censorship due to LGBTQ+ themes and her depictions of grief. LaCour, author of queer romance...

Senator Daniel Hopovac Martinez addressing a guest speaker.

ASUI defends transgender sanctuary resolution

April 18, 2023

By: Royce McCandless Immediately before the announcement of election results, ASUI engaged in a heated back-and-forth on a newly proposed “transgender sanctuary” resolution.  “I stand...

Headliner Pangina Heals performing at the drag show, April 7, 2023.

Drag show draws full house

ERIN MULLINS, Evergreen reporter April 13, 2023

The 2023 WSU Drag show was so popular, around 200 people were turned away as the room was filled to capacity, said Tessa Baker, who works with the Student Entertainment Board and helped to put on the event. The...

Aquasha DeLusty performing at a past drag show.

New queens come to WSU

ALAINN FITZGERALD, Evergreen reporter April 5, 2023

Pro drag queens and WSU students are taking the stage together this Friday at the Student Entertainment Board's annual drag show. This year's show will feature three performers; Pangina Heals, Omnia...

WSU students participating in Terrell Librarys past Queering the Archives event, Oct. 21, 2022.

Queering the Archives of LGBTQ history

ERIN MULLINS, Evergreen reporter April 5, 2023

Editor’s note: Josie Cohen-Rodriguez and Hannah Cohen, who were both interviewed for this article, are married. One-fiftieth of a percent. That is the percentage of LGBTQ-focused library materials...

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