Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Washburn will see quite a few changes to its campus in the near future. Read more to get an idea of what the future of Washburn will look like.
Washburn looks toward major campus changes in the near future
Aja Carter and LeSha' Davis May 9, 2024

Getting a new president on campus has brought a different POV to the changes needed to be made for the betterment of Washburn. Soon, students...

Jason Miller’s Introduction to Community Studies class helps improve Topeka neighborhoods. The class is being offered to students this upcoming fall semester.
Students create community involvement initiatives through classwork
Morgan Albrecht, Editor • May 7, 2024

Washburn students are offered a new way to connect with their community Community involvement plays a large part in Washburn’s mission statement....

Georgia Gilmore poses after being a defense witness for the bus boycott trail. Gilmores first start up was funded by Martin Luther King Jr.
History
Georgia Teresa Gilmore: The club that helped hold it all together
Darius Mitchell, Reporter • March 3, 2023

Georgia Teresa Gilmore was a civil rights hero whose name should be known. The role that Gilmore played towards acquiring her own and millions...

Washburn’s Black Student Union displays their pride in African American history every year with a board full of events and prominent figures. The display was put up Feb. 1 and left up for the entirety of Black History Month.
Black History Month display showcases prominent Black leaders
Mogli Prout - Benoit, Reporter • February 28, 2023

Today is the final day to see the Black History Month display outside of the Union Cafe. The wall is covered with knowledge that any student...

Jackie Robinson: The superhero of baseball
Jackie Robinson: The superhero of baseball
Mogli Prout - Benoit, Reporter • February 28, 2023

There are a few athletes that get recognition in Black History Month. I have always viewed athletes as real life versions of superheroes....

Celebrating prominent Black leaders: Ruby Bridges makes strides towards equal education
Celebrating prominent Black leaders: Ruby Bridges makes strides towards equal education
LeSha' Davis, Editor-in-Chief Indigo Magazine and Managing Editor Washburn Review • February 23, 2023

At a youthful age I valued education because my mother always spoke about how getting an education is the most important thing you can do...

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