The Washburn Review

817 SW Harrison St. Topeka, Kansas. First Presbyterian Church was organized in 1859. The building was built in 1884 and added hand-carved furnishings in 1935. This building features Tiffany windows installed in 1911. Depicted in the Tiffany glass are scenes inspired by Psalms 42 and 23, Christ and the valiant woman, the ascension and baptism of Jesus, and the story of Nicodemus. The celebrated collection is a permanent part of the church, and is considered some of the greatest examples of Louis Tiffany's art.

Get to know your city

September 15, 2020

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.

Faces of NOTO

September 10, 2020

Jaron Caffery gives away free WSGA t-shirts during WU Fest. He is the Chief of Staff in

WU Fest welcomes WU back

August 24, 2020

Caroline Wong, Amber Potter, Deb Sparks-Thomas look like shrunk people next to the giant Connect Four game.

Washburn Block Party

August 17, 2020

Helping Hands Humane Society puppies invade Washburn’s Coffee Talk

Lou Collobert

February 20, 2020

During the Coffee Talk in the Union Underground, the Helping Hands Humane Society brought their pet ambassadors to Washburn. This gave students a chance to pet and snuggle with dogs and cats giving them a chance to unwind a bit. “...

Track and Field team bring home two wins

Lou Collobert

January 20, 2020

The Ichabod track and field team participated in the Graduate Classic hosted by the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in Lincoln, Nebraska. With a total of 15 top 10 finishes between the women’s and men’s teams, Washburn look...