The Washburn Review

Take a look around: art at WU

“Exploring New Worlds” is a mural that was created by Mark Anschutz. It is located near Yager Stadium.

Alijah McCracken, Photographer

September 21, 2020

Preview: Paint & Sip

Preview: Paint & Sip

Alyssa Storm, Journalist

September 21, 2020

On Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 6 p.m., The Office of Student Involvement and Development is planning to host a “Paint and Sip”. They are serving mocktails and providing a place to relax and let the creative side out. The OSID will provide all of the supplies needed to become the next Picasso. Sip and...

The premiere of She Kills Monsters

Washburn Theatre Production

Jason Morrison, Editor/Content

September 16, 2020

It’s here! It is exciting! It is now time to develop an appreciation of the art of stage performance. Washburn’s theatre department is excited to announce the long-awaited fall 2020 premiere of the play by Qui Nguyen, She Kills Monsters. This intriguing tale of fantasy and reality will be intro...

Spanish Flamenco dance and music festival coming soon

Swirling and Spinning: Melinda Hedgecorth performs a traditional Flamenco dance. Other members of the band play accompanying music or sing, adding to the spectacle.

Matthew Self, Review Editor in Chief

September 16, 2020

Washburn University has the pleasure of welcoming our special guest “Siento y vivo Flamenco ” October 2 at 5:30 PM. The music and dance group will be hosting a live show on our practice football fields behind the Henderson Learning Center and the Mabee Library. This outdoor performance is open to...

Faces of NOTO

Melissa Miller is a manager at Phoneix Finds, an antique store located in the NOTO Art District. The store has been open since October, 2019.

Alijah McCracken, Photographer

September 10, 2020

‘Hostile Terrain 94’

The toe tags on the wall: This is a picture of the exhibit. Toe tags on a map are displayed to show the lives that were lost on the journey.

Alyssa Storm, Journalist

September 10, 2020

“Hostile Terrain 94” is an exhibit at the Mulvane Art Museum on Washburn’s campus. The exhibit was started by the Undocumented Migration Project and it displays more than 4,000 toe tags to represent the individuals who risked their lives for a chance at a better one from 1994 to 2019. In 1994,...

Theatre dept. fall schedule

Theatre dept. fall schedule

Jason Morrison, Editor/Content

August 15, 2020

The good news is that there will be a full schedule of shows to attend at Andrew J. and Georgia Neese Gray Theatre this fall semester. The theatre department has plans to perform two shows in the fall and one in the spring. She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen will be Sep. 18, 19, 24 and 25 at 7:30PM and Se...

What’s on the surface?

What's on the surface?

Joelle Conway

May 19, 2020

An apple a day keeps the doctor away. But is it healthy to eat an apple a day considering the amount of wax that is used to make it look fresh and shiny? An apple with a shiny appearance may not represent quality and freshness. Apples are usually coated with wax by manufacturers to maintain their c...

Chocoflan

Chocoflan

Abbie Barth, Copy Editor and Freelance Reporter

May 6, 2020

Chocoflan is a Mexican dessert that I have enjoyed all my life. It reminds me of the many memories I have of visiting my parents' hometown in Mexico. My family and I would always go to town and get a dessert while walking around, and Chocoflan was one of my favorites.Chocoflan is a chocolate cake that h...

Best Stretches to Relieve Muscle Soreness

Say a little prayer: This photo shows how the hands will be positioned for the prayer stretch for wrist tension. The

Abbie Barth, Copy Editor and Freelance Reporter

May 1, 2020

This is the seventh week of online classes, and it is no surprise that people are complaining of headaches, back aches and neck pain.With finals coming up, that pain will most likely increase.Luckily, there are stretches and other various ways to relieve or avoid pain from sitting at a desk for a long p...

Fluffy coffee: Flopped trend or worthy recipe?

Swirl on top: Your end product should look something like this. To avoid a sugary coffee stache, mix the fluff into the milk until fully combined and enjoy with a straw!

Kodee Christensen

April 13, 2020

Fluffy. Whipped. Dolgona. Whatever you call it, we’ve all seen it by now. The craze, which has South Korean roots and was made famous on TikTok, has taken the internet by storm. Thanks to the trend, coffee connoisseurs and aesthetics activists alike are living their best lives. But is it even any ...