Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Established 1885

The Washburn Review

The requirement for senators to be enrolled in six credit hours in order to hold office ruffled some feathers at the Nov. 10 and 17, 2021 WSGA meetings.
Senator requirements call WSGA’s inclusivity into question
Adelia Lawrenz, Reporter • December 7, 2021
Come and play your hand at casino night Dec. 9 from 6 p.m. 9 p.m. in Washburn A/B.
Bod brief: Casino night allows students to win the jackpot
Maggie Cabrera, Yearbook Co Editor in Chief • December 6, 2021
Stop by the OSID office in the Memorial Union on Wednesday, Dec. 8 for some free goodies. Students can stop by anytime from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Bod Brief: OSID offers stress relief prizes during success week
Leah Jamison, Bod Magazine Editor in Chief • December 6, 2021
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Festive for the season: Mulvane General Store shown all decked out for the holiday
Bod Brief: Old Prairie Town Christmas revives holiday spirit
Jack Smith, Journalist • December 7, 2021
The zoo lights reflect the holiday season with themes of Christmas. The event is happening every night until Dec. 26, 2021. Hours may vary.
The zoo lights up for the holidays
Ellie Walker, Copy Chief • November 30, 2021
By the fire: Santa tells stories of Christmas past by the fire.
Bod Brief: "In A Flash" books Santa
Jack Smith, Journalist • November 23, 2021
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Legacy: Dr. Paul Kindling (right) and Hal Dick (left) discuss their experiences as sons of Hindenburg engineers. This past Sunday, Oct. 31, 2021, these two men with remarkable life stories were invited over to the Farleys to share their experience.
History
Sons of Hindenburg engineers share their legacy
Adelia Lawrenz, Reporter • November 8, 2021

The Hindenburg, infamous for its destruction, was a commercial flying rigid-airship built by Goodyear and German manufacturer, Zeppelin. Hindenburg...

Throwback Thursday: An old Washburn Review article covers hip Halloween costumes.
History: Dress hip for Halloween fun
October 7, 2021

Editor’s note: While flipping through the 1986-1987 Washburn Review newspapers, I noticed a lot of very interesting hairstyles and stories....

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

On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong said his famous words while taking his first steps on the Moon, “That’s one small step for [a] man, one...

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

70 years ago, the North-Eastern part of Kansas experienced a great amount of rain and flooding, leading to one of the worst natural disasters...

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