Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Established 1885

The Washburn Review

International Programs hosts the Brown Bag Lecture Series throughout the year. All lectures take place inside the International House at 12 p.m. on Wednesdays.
Brown Bag Lecture Series showcases international research and experiences
Kyle Manthe, Sports Editor • August 10, 2022
Leah Jamison, a senior mass media major, took the photo selected for the cover of the 2022 Inscape Magazine.
Inscape celebrates 50th anniversary
Jossie Hicks, Special to the Washburn Review • May 17, 2022
With the expectations of the formation of a mild hydration layer, Keetan Munsell presents his data at Apeiron on the role of Single Amino Acid Substitutions in Halophilic Organisms. He presented his research, Analysis of the Role of Single Amino Acid Substitutions in the Stability of Lactate Dehydrogenase in Halophilic Organism, April 22.
GALLERY: Apeiron showcase students research
Olivia Watson, Yearbook Assistant • May 13, 2022
Abigail McCrory poses in the MCI airport. McCrory traveled across Europe with the School of Business over the summer of 2021.
Getting ready to get away
Kyle Manthe, Sports Editor • May 11, 2022
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Kevin Willmott, Academy Award winning director and screenwriter, holds up a WIFI Film Festival t-shirt after his filmmakers talk in the Rita Blitt Gallery at Washburn University. Willmotts filmmaker talk was part of the 2022 WIFI Film Festival.
GALLERY: WIFI Film Festival returns in person for third year
Leah Jamison, Bod Magazine Editor in Chief • May 20, 2022
The minivan sits underneath cloth and a ribbon for the grand unveiling. The 2007 Chrysler Town & Country marks the 33rd car donated by Washburn Tech through the Recycled Rides program.
GALLERY: Washburn Tech donates 33rd car
Glorianna Noland, Advertising Manager • May 16, 2022
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Jane Bolin was the first Black female judge to serve in the United States. She was a trailblazing attorney and an advocate for civil service, civil rights, childrens rights and education.
History
Prominent African Americans in History: Jane Bolin served as the first female African American judge in the United States
Aja Carter, Reporter • February 28, 2022

Jane Bolin was born on April 11, 1908 in Poughkeepsie, New York. Bolin was raised with the law as her father, Gaius C. Bolin, the first Black...

Benjamin O. Davis Sr. dedicated 50 years to desegregating the U.S. Army. He became the first African American to attain the rank of brigadier general.
Prominent African Americans in History: Benjamin O. Davis Sr. strives for a desegregated army
Aja Carter, Reporter • February 21, 2022

Benjamin O. Davis Sr. was born in 1877 in Washington, D.C., to parents Henrietta and Louis Davis. He attended M Street High School, one of the...

Claudette Colvin is an activist whos actions paved the way for other activists such as Rosa Parks. After refusing to give up her seat on the bus, she got detained for her actions.
Prominent African Americans from History: Claudette Colvin refuses to move to the back of the bus
Aja Carter, Reporter • February 14, 2022

Claudette Colvin was born on Sept. 5, 1939 in Birmingham, Alabama. She was raised by her aunt and uncle, Mary Ann and Q.P. Colvin. At the age...

Robert Sengstacke Abbott, also known as the the “Father of Black Journalism” was able to shine a light on the injustices during his lifetime. He is still remembered for his remarkable career.
Prominent African Americans from History: the "Father of Black Journalism"
Aja Carter, Reporter • February 7, 2022

Robert Sengstacke Abbott, also known as the “Father of Black Journalism” and the founder of the Chicago Defender, was one of the first African...

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