WU announcement September 23

Tip of the week: Did you know your iCard can also be a US Bank ATM card? A US Bank ATM will be delivered to the Memorial Union on Thursday. It will be located across from the Ichabod Service Center. If you would like the banking feature added to your card, visit the Ichabod Service Center anytime during business hours. You will need a US Bank account to utilize this feature.

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, Sept. 24

*Get your tickets for iREAD: Washburn’s annual iRead lecture is tomorrow. The event, featuring noted political commentator and author Juan Williams, is free and open to the public. Tickets are available now at Mabee Library and the Topeka/Shawnee County Public Library. (This event is mandatory for WU101 students.) Remember, an * in Bod Talk means the event is WU 101 Passport approved.

*This is the final week to check out Spirit of the Walk and Old Walks and New at Mulvane Art Museum. The Alumni Exhibition remains until Oct. 19.

*Don’t miss Yoga on the Lawn.

Thursday, Sept. 25 – iREAD NIGHT

The Washburn chapter of To Write Love on Her Arms meets at 5 p.m. in the Vogel Room of the Memorial Union. Christian Challenge meets tonight, too.

*Hear award winning author and commentator Juan Williams discuss his book, Eyes on the Prize, in the 2014 iRead Lecture.  Williams will be signing books after his presentation. Remember this is an FYE Passport required event.

Friday, Sept. 26

*Don’t head home for Fall Break until after you cheer on your Icahbods. Both the soccer and volleyball teams host Lindenwood University tonight.

Saturday, Sept. 27

The *Mulvane and its ArtLab are open today and *Ichabods volleyball hosts Central Missouri.

Ichabod football is on the road this week. Plan ahead: Get your tickets today for the Ichabod football game at Arrowhead Stadium on Nov. 15.

Sunday, Sept. 28

*Care about the future of Topeka? Don’t miss your chance to discuss the future of community by attending Bridging the Gap: Tragedy, Dialogue & Community in Modern America.

Enjoy Fall Break, students!

Washburn University remains open, but classes are not in session Monday, Sept. 29 and Tuesday, Sept. 30. No events are planned for Monday.

Tuesday, Sept. 30

Hundreds of seventh-grade girls will converge on Washburn University’s campus for Women in Science Day and Student Health sponsors a Flu Shot Clinic at Washburn Tech.

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