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Andrea Walker (left), Sharon Hisey, Ellie Walker (center), Aaron Walker (right). August 9, 2017.

Gene Testing at 25: What you need to know about the process

Ellie Walker, Promotions Team Member February 22, 2021

Breast cancer is prominent in my family. My maternal grandmother and two maternal aunts were diagnosed with breast cancer in their 40s. My mom died from breast cancer almost two years ago, despite getting...

Bod on the Block: Faculty suggest easy meals

Bod on the Block: Faculty suggest easy meals

Sangya Yogi, Content Creator February 15, 2021

What do you think is an easy, quick and healthy meal for college students to prepare? Tracy Routsong Assistant Dean CAS & Professor College of Arts and Sciences "If you have access to the fridge...

Bods on the Block: Students share class preferences

Bods on the Block: Students share class preferences

by Emma Wittmer, MM393 Reporter February 11, 2021

At this point, do you prefer in-person or remote classes? photo by Emma Wittmer Kaden Harmes Sophomore Accounting “I prefer in-person classes because I can focus a lot better in a classroom...

Bod on the Block: President works to end racism

Bod on the Block: President works to end racism

Alyssa Storm and Isaac Deer February 10, 2021

What are your thoughts on President Joe Biden signing executive orders to address systemic racism? Photo by Alyssa Storm Michaela Falley Sophomore Majoring in Allied Health "I just believe Anything...

What are your thoughts about going back to in-person classes after the worst month of Coronavirus deaths in the US so far?

Bods on the Block: Students come back to campus

Madison Dean and Savannah Workman February 9, 2021

“What are your thoughts about going back to in-person classes after the worst month of coronavirus deaths in the U.S. so far?” Photo by Savannah Workman Kailey Johnson Sophomore Finance “I’m...

Bods on the Block Question: Do you have any concerns with the COVID vaccine?

Bods on the block

by Rebecca Lewis, by Kyle Manthe, and Rhyan Cropper February 8, 2021

Bods on the block: Do you have any concerns with the COVID vaccine? photo by Rebecca Lewis Angela Woods Senior Theatre and English "No, I don’t have any issues with it because it seems to be...

Bod on Block: What specifically would you like to see president Joe Biden accomplish while he is in office?

Bods on Block: Students give president advice

Katie Larkin, Promotions Team Member February 7, 2021

Bod on Block: What specifically would you like to see president Joe Biden accomplish while he is in office? photo submitted by Sierra Hendrickson    Sierra Hendrickson Senior Psychology...

When your thoughts lie to you

by Whit Downing, Columnist February 1, 2021

Hello there! Thank you for stopping by. If this is your first time reading a Wednesdays with Whit column, a special welcome to you! As you may have guessed, my name is Whit. I am studying mass media,...

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Learn to love who you are

by Whit Downing, Washburn Review Columnist January 13, 2021

Welcome to the very first Wednesdays with Whit of 2021. *gasp* Seriously. Despite all the good and bad things that happened in 2020, the year went by so extremely fast for me. How are you doing?...

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

Anna-Marie Spills the Tea: End of the Year

Anna-Marie Lauppe, Yearbook Editor in Chief December 23, 2020

This year I haven’t spilled as much if any “real” tea. To be honest with you all, it has been a hard year. I have sat down to write this multiple times, but nothing worth posting has come out. I...

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Calling the Suicide Lifeline

by Whit Downing, Columnist December 23, 2020

Hello everyone! How are you? If this is your first time reading a Wednesdays with Whit, a special welcome to you! My name is Whit, and I created Wednesdays with Whit with you in mind. I wanted to create...

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

Anna-Marie Spills the Tea: Thankful

December 19, 2020

It has been a long school year. Now that the end is here I couldn’t be more thankful. It occurred to me earlier this week that with everything that has gone on this year it might be harder to find...

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