The Washburn Review

Letter to the editor: Diversity and Seclusion?

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Contributor March 25, 2019

Washburn University, a university that prides itself on cultural diversity, open-mindedness, education and above all, the freedom to engage with others and learn from one another, or at least that’s...

Opinion: Whatever happened to forgive and forget?

Opinion: Whatever happened to forgive and forget?
March 22, 2019

More and more, people are losing their jobs, their ability to support their families, due to past moments of indiscretion. It’s one thing to do something currently and lose your job, especially if whatever...

Opinion: Why public schools need updated history books

Opinion: Why public schools need updated history books
March 19, 2019

Every history textbook will contain some bias, however, incorporating more viewpoints and perspectives of different groups of people would be beneficial in history classes.Nations want younger generations...

Editorial: WU Can Do Better

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Washburn Review March 19, 2019

Racism, Transphobia, Sexism, Ableism, Homophobia and every other form of bigotry are deeply ingrained in our society. While over time, such ideas have become less acceptable, the sheer volume of hate has...

DEAR SMALLS Issue 22

DEAR SMALLS Issue 22
March 19, 2019

Dear Smalls,What do you do when your own culture rejects you? I have very strong beliefs that are outside of the norm of my culture. What do I do?-ConsciencesDear Consciences,As someone who is constantly...

Parking woes tend to muck up my day

Parking woes tend to muck up my day
March 5, 2019

Parking is always a hassle and we beat this subject to death, but days like today really get under my skin and no amount of emails explaining the situation will ease the torment of my mind as I walk from...

Whispers venture across Washburn’s campus

Whispers venture across Washburn's campus
March 5, 2019

The walk around campus is a beautiful one. You can hear birds chiming familiar tunes, students sharing laughs and whispers of unforetold information, and the whispers sometimes have enough power to crawl...

DEAR SMALLS Issue 21

DEAR SMALLS Issue 21
March 5, 2019

Dear Smalls,I can’t figure out what to do for a summer job. I want to keep growing with my academic career so that I don’t lose touch with my goals over the summer, help?-SummerPLSDear SummerPLS,That...

Philosophy addresses assumptions about many subjects

Philosophy addresses assumptions about many subjects
March 4, 2019

The whetstone, from prehistoric times to now, the instrument in a rudimentary form or as the meticulously made tool, has been used by many a bladesmith and other people to sharpen other tools, including...

Letter to the Editor

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contributors: Cedrick Henderson Smith Melissa Tovar March 4, 2019

Last summer I spent close to thirty hours planning a female leadership conference that focused on empowering politically active women. I was inspired to pursue the idea when six of the seven university...

DEAR SMALLS Issue 20

DEAR SMALLS Issue 20
February 26, 2019

Dear Smalls,I recently got myself into a predicament and I heard that you answer relationship advice, so here goes..Long story short, I have been with my girlfriend for 3 years, she doesn’t go to Washburn...

Jussie Smollett case: Handle with care

An Empire may fall: Smollet is under fire for filing a false police report. He filed the police report on Jan. 29.
February 24, 2019

Separating the artist from the art has become a primary concern of our time, with many A-list Hollywood actors and high-profile sportsmen facing accusations and controversy over a morally dubious or even...

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