Established 1885

The Washburn Review

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Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Established 1885

The Washburn Review

On lunar soil: Buzz Aldrins boot print on the surface of the moon on July 20, 1969.

Today in history: First man on the Moon

Madison Dean, Website Editor in Chief
July 20, 2021
Bad news: A woman is shown reading The Topeka Daily Capital with a horrifying title that reads, Worst Flood Paralyzes Topeka.

This week in history: The 1951 flood

Madison Dean, Website Editor in Chief
July 13, 2021
Adventure is out there: Amelia Earhart was beloved by all and her words still resonate to this day.

Today in history: Amelia Earhart disappears

Madison Dean, Website Editor in Chief
July 2, 2021
Through the years: Washburns campus has experienced its fair share of destruction and growth. Follow along and explore the many changes campus buildings have gone through, from then to now.

Then and now: Washburn’s campus

Madison Dean, Website Editor in Chief
June 22, 2021
Summer is almost here: With a new season approaching, we are reminded of the phrase, Carpe diem. This Latin phrase means, seize the day. Horace, a Roman poet, used this in his published work from 23 BCE. He wanted to convey that individuals should enjoy life while they can.

Throwback Thursday: “Seize the Day”

Madison Dean, Website Editor in Chief
June 17, 2021
55 years later: An F-5 tornado devastated the city of Topeka on June 8, 1966.

The 1966 Topeka tornado: 55 years later

Madison Dean, Website Editor in Chief
June 8, 2021
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