The Washburn Review

Thirsting For Information

Jason Morrison, Editor/Content

October 20, 2020

Vote like a student

Vote like a student

Zoey Nichols, Journalist

October 14, 2020

Freshman podcaster Zoey Nichols sits down with guest Sheldon Bailey, a local Republican, to talk about voting and ranked-based voting. This is the first of a three-part podcast series.   Washburn Student Media · Vote Like A Student Ep.1...

Anna-Marie Spills The Tea: I’m Back

Spilling tea: Anna-Marie Lauppe is graduate student getting psychology. She writes this column to share her beliefs with the Washburn community.

Anna-Marie Lauppe, Yearbook Editor in Chief

September 23, 2020

Well, here we are back at Washburn University live and in person. It’s crazy how fast spring-summer break can pass you by when there is a global pandemic going on right outside your door. In all seriousness though...this summer kind of wrecked me, and not just this summer, everything that happened...

Be here tomorrow

This graphic quotes Kevin Hines, who is a suicide survivor and suicide prevention speaker.  The background image comes from Unsplash.com and the graphic was created using Canva.

Whit Downing, Contributer

September 21, 2020

By Whit Downing Washburn Review Contributor “Damn it! Whitney, you really messed up big time.” That is what has continuously been going through my mind the past few days. If you know me, you may be wondering what exactly I did that led me to swear and call myself by my full first name. I’ll...

An Unpopular Opinion

An Unpopular Opinion

James Gorman

September 11, 2020

Senior James Gorman created an Adobe Spark Page to share his thoughts on a complex topic.

How I got out of a bad mood

How I got out of a bad mood

Jason Morrison, Editor/Content

August 14, 2020

Bad moods can turn into serious depression if they are not checked. At the end of spring, I became lost in the fog from all the unexpected changes. I did not want to participate, I was in denial that anything was going on and stayed indoors so that I would not have to see it. I did a lot of eating and...

About the Novel Coronavirus

About the Novel Coronavirus

Jessica Galvin

May 4, 2020

Due to all the media panic about the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a plethora of fearmongering and misinformation out there. Because of these dangerous factoids, I feel it has become relevant to share some information that may help provide some peace of mind in these troubling times. Honestly, eating Chine...

Staying busy during isolation

Abbie Barth, Copy Editor and Freelance Reporter

April 10, 2020

These have been a crazy couple of weeks - many days of isolation, trying new recipes and Tiger King.If you’re anything like me, you are super bored and feeling anxious to get back to your former way of life.The best thing we can do until that point is find the little things that bring joy.Accordin...

Opinion: How online classes are actually going

Joelle Conway

April 5, 2020

The switch from in-person to virtual learning has been a challenging task for Washburn. Students have made the transition to all online classes and instructors had one week to transform their in-person class to online delivery. Faculty and staff have been adjusting to working from home or s...

Impact of COVID-19 on Student Media staff

April 3, 2020

Wow, what a crazy few weeks it has been. My name is Abbie Barth. I am the Editor in Chief of the Washburn Review. I am a junior studying secondary English education. I'll be graduating in the Spring of 2022, so hopefully I will have a few more years with Student Media! Two weeks ago, I made the diffi...

Anna-Marie spills the tea: Rumor has it…

Spilling tea: Anna-Marie Lauppe is graduate student getting psychology. She writes this column to share her beliefs with the Washburn community.

Anna-Marie Lauppe, Yearbook Editor in Chief

March 17, 2020

Two weeks ago, I wrote an article about coronavirus. I spoke of how everyone needs to calm down and think with their heads rather than fear. Since then, the situation has changed rapidly.While I still maintain my previous position – I must admit it is getting sticky out there.The climate of our world ri...

Panic purchases aren’t the answer

Panic purchases aren’t the answer

Wesley Tabor

March 17, 2020

Today, cases of community spread of COVID-19 pop up across the world. Public concern is rising more and more – I can ensure you that panic shopping isn’t the answer.I’ve seen individuals load toilet paper, paper towels, hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes into their shopping carts.True fear i...