Tip of the week: We hope you enjoyed Fall Break. Now get ready for midterms. Stop by the Tutoring and Writing Center, upper level of Mabee Library to get some help – for free.
Want to know what’s going on this week?
Check out the university calendar! You can share events you choose to an Outlook or Google calendar so you never miss a thing.
Wednesday, Oct. 1 – Welcome back!
Don’t get the flu. Get a flu shot. $10 with iCard.
Don’t miss *Yoga on the Lawn and *DiversiTea this afternoon. Kansas Correctional Association Student Chapter meets and C-TEL is offering a webinar for registered faculty.
Advising After Dark means free pizza and a chance to meet academic advisors and learn about careers in higher education. Don’t miss it!
Thursday, Oct. 2
Don’t go home after class. Christian Challenge meets tonight and Alpha Phi is hosting its Cardiac Care Cookout. Go from there to the *Crane Observatory open house. Mabee Library doesn’t close tonight.
Friday, Oct. 3
C-TEL is hosting an assessment workshop for registered faculty. *Washburn tennis teams host alumni matches at 3 p.m. and *volleyball hosts Central Oklahoma at 6 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 4
The Washburn Alumni Association hosts its annual Fun Run and Campus Walk this morning. And Athletics will induct its next Hall of Fame class. *The Mulvane and its ArtLab are open today and you can tailgate with the Alumni Association, physical education and others before your *Ichabod football team take on Fort Hays State University. Later, *volleyball hosts Missouri Southern.
Sunday, Oct. 5
Washburn tennis hosts Upper Iowa University this morning.
Monday, Oct. 6
Check out the MyWashburn news and events space today for news about an exciting contest! Get ready for #BodsAtArrowhead.
DEADLINE ALERT: Register for HOMECOMING 2014 events TODAY. Homecoming Week 2014 begins Sunday, Oct. 12.
Faculty Senate meets today, as does the Non-Traditional Student Association.
Tuesday, Oct. 7
Learn over lunch with the Washburn School of Business Research Seminar. Young Americans for Liberty, Washburn Embraces Recovery and the Vegetarian Society at Washburn meet today.
Tonight, catch Real Stories of Innocence: Death Row exonerees share their stories.
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