Tip of the week: WU 101 Passport events are now easy to spot in Bod Talk. Just look for an * before an event. Remember to attend four events related to Academics, Arts, Civic Engagement, Diversity and Sports. Don’t forget to take pictures and jot down some thoughts for your portfolio.
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Wednesday, Sept. 10
It’s a big day at Washburn: The Career and Graduate School Fair runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Look your best to stand out from the rest. Washburn Tech hosts its Community Resource Fair today, too.
Don’t miss the *Mulvane Art Museum’s exhibits and Yoga on the Lawn this afternoon.
National Suicide Prevention Week is underway. Stop by the To Write Love on Her Arms table in the Memorial Union to learn how you can make a difference.
*Ichabods soccer hosts Rockhurst University tonight. Join in the conversation with #WeAreWU.
This evening, Sarah Patterson, Washburn music graduate, presents a *violin recital.
Thursday, Sept. 11
Faculty deadline alert: C-TEL small grant applications are due today.
This afternoon, the *Gender Brown Bag series continues with Jana’s Campaign. And registered faculty members are encouraged to attend a C-TEL workshop.
This evening, stick around campus for Shawnee County’s Largest Workout, CAB’s annual Grocery Bingo (seriously – win free groceries!), Christian Challenge or a *forum on art in Congo.
Friday, Sept. 12
Love the stage? Audition today for The Crucible.
National Suicide Prevention Week concludes on campus today. Stop by the To Write Love on Her Arms table in the Memorial Union to learn how you can make a difference.
The Washburn Alumni Association hosts After Hours tonight. Don’t miss it.
Saturday, Sept. 13
Spend the day learning and playing: The iPhone Photography Workshop will be held this morning for registered participants, the *Mulvane Art Museum is open and the first open house of the semester for the *Spitz Planetarium begins at 3 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 14
Come back to campus for important discussion: *Bridging the Gap: Tragedy, Dialogue & Community in Modern America, co-sponsored by the Washburn Diversity Initiative and the Topeka Center for Peace and Justice.
Monday, Sept. 15
Faculty Senate meets today, as does the Non-Traditional Student Association.
Tuesday, Sept. 16
The SRWC’s annual *Bench Press Rep Off competition is being held today, along with a meeting of Young Americans for Liberty and FAST advisor training.
Don’t get the flu. [go.activecalendar.com/washburn/event/flu-clinic/]Get a flu shot.
Enjoy the *Mulvane’s exhibits and then hear a *gallery talk about the Kansas artists featured in Old Walks and New.
This evening, check out *Jesus Negrete as he presents “Songs and Images of Mexican Labor in Kansas or cheer your *Ichabods volleyball team vs Emporia State. Join in the conversation with #WeAreWU.
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