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May 13, 2018

What is student media? ***BOD Magazine, Washburn Review, and KAW Yearbook Who do you work for? What publications does student media produce?Our three major productions include the Washburn Review, BOD Magazine, and KAW Year...

Time to drop the stigma about student anxiety

Autumn Lamp

April 4, 2018

College can be a very busy time, causing heightened stress and anxiety. People are coming together through social media, clubs and school to discuss and share their problems with anxiety.There’s less of a stigma around it anymor...

Tax season upon us: A college student guide to filing

Charles Rankin

April 1, 2018

Tax season is coming to a close, and you now have less than two weeks to complete you income tax returns.So, are you a little behind on filing your own income taxes?Luckily, since April 15 falls on a Sunday and the District of Columbia cel...

Take steps now to mitigate post-graduation depression

Emily Unruh

March 30, 2018

It is not uncommon to long for graduation, especially during midterm and finals seasons. It is easy to imagine a new, more relaxed life without all-nighters or skipped meals, without stress over projects, homework and exams. ...

Data breach may connect to 2016 election

Randi Dofat

March 26, 2018

It has been revealed that the company Cambridge Analytica swayed voters into choosing Donald Trump for the 2016 elections by using Facebook and Mercer-allied conservative groups.Cambridge Analytica is a British political cons...

Cracking into the history of Easter: Age-old traditions

Julia Eilert

March 26, 2018

Jumping out of a pastel-colored corner, Easter is about to hit us full force with ribbons, eggs, and a mountain of chocolate bunnies.Like many holidays, the exact beginnings of Easter are unclear. It is widely accepted, however,...

YWCA hosts poetry reading, raises domestic violence awareness

Sarah Miller

October 24, 2017

Leading the way: Emily Steimel, public education coordinator for the Center of Safety and Empowerment, shares one of her poems with other women in attendance of the poetry reading.

Campus Ministry offers food, fellowship to all students

Andrew Shermoen

August 28, 2017

“Radical hospitality” is one of the many mottos of Washburn University’s United Methodist Campus Ministries. With their numerous events and programs to assist and mentor the students of Washburn, they abide by those words o...

Web Editor List – 4/26/17, “Eric’s Last Ride”

May 3, 2017

4-26-171:00 - Apeiron feature Ichabod XXXXX3:00 - Shooting opens investigation near campus XXXXX5:00 - Tension in Syria: Washburn faculty XXXXX7:00 -Departments collaborate in 'Grand Night for Singing' XXXXX9:00 - Students...

International students reflect on time at Washburn

April 28, 2017

Any given semester, Washburn hosts approximately 300 international students.Of these 300, 36 international students have completed their first semester at Washburn and living in the United States. Washburn has a wide array of opportunities, accommodations and degree-seeking programs for their international students, making up an inclusive and unique experience on campus. No matter their major, students also have the choice to study at Washburn from anywhere from one semester to as many years as it takes to gain one’s degree.One of the most flexible amenities for international students is the living arrangements. Some students decide to live on campus among other international students in the International House or mixing in with local students in the Living Learning Center, Lincoln Hall, West Hall or the Washburn Village. Depending on whether or not students will remain for more than a year, the student could also live off campus using the Topeka Friendship Network. This organization allows international students to live off campus in less expensive apartments in the neighborhoods close to campus. Pre-arrival, TFN also coordinates with Washburn in acquiring living basics for each student such as linens and mattresses. The TFN is also responsible for assigning host families to international students. This means that each group of international students, usually four students at the most, has an American family that invites them over throughout their stay for family dinners, go to concerts or shows, and to mentor the students as they adjust to life and culture in America.This exchange of culture and experiences, however, is not limited to international students and their host families. The International House also organizes various cultural festivals throughout the year in which all students and faculty can indulge in showcases of multicultural cuisine and entertainment. The grandest one in scale among these festivals is the yearly Celebration of Cultures.The International House, or the I-House as many international students like to call it, also organizes events like the Capital Tour, ICT Event, ICT Tulip Fest, End-of-semester BBA, Start-of-Semester BBQ and the KC Trip to name a few.The university makes all these efforts –living arrangements, community engagement and cultural experiences– to make the students' transition from their home country to the United States smooth, exciting and unique.

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January 25, 2017

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