Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Review editors reflect on the fall 2023 semester

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Graphic by Aja Carter and LeSha’ Davis

This semester, fall 2023, Student Media has covered a wide variety of stories to keep students aware of opportunities, organizations, students’ ideas and the future of campus. We hope that readers enjoyed and learned more about the Washburn community through our content. 

Below is a collection of editorials written by Aja Carter, editor in chief, and LeSha’ Davis, managing editor, regarding information they learned throughout the semester from faculty and students. The letters also include updates on campus issues and present information for Washburn students to consider about Washburn’s leadership. 

* Disclaimer: These editorials are based off of discussions we’ve had with students across campus as well as observations we’ve made through meeting with faculty and organizations throughout the semester. Each editorial seeks to provide information, and details our own thoughts or point of views on the information we’ve obtained.

 

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Aja Carter, Editor-in-Chief Washburn Review
Hello, my name is Aja! I am a senior mass media major with a concentration in journalism and the Editor-in-Chief of the Washburn Review. I'm originally from Virginia, but I've lived in a couple of other states. I really enjoy writing, music, and spending time with my family. Outside of school and reporting for Student Media, I volunteer at my church, Light of the World Christian Center.
 
LeSha' Davis, Editor-in-Chief Indigo Magazine and Managing Editor Washburn Review
LeSha Davis is the managing editor for the review. She is an english major, who enjoys reading and hopes to become an attorney in the future. Her favorite book genre is fantasy. The one she is currently reading is called Skin of the Sea, a book about an African mermaid saving a man who fell from a slave ship. LeSha' also loves television and movies with some of her favorite genres being anime, drama and hospital shows. An interesting fact about her is that her favorite colors are dark blue, purples and either bright green or dark green; no in between.
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