Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Publications

Bod Magazine

The Bod Magazine is a biannual feature magazine that is created by Washburn students, for Washburn students. The magazine features topics such as diversity and inclusion, student and faculty profiles, social issues, mental and physical health, local businesses and organizations and more. We print more than 1,000 copies per semester and distribute them to various newsstands and offices on campus.

KAW Yearbook

The KAW Yearbook is a long-running, historical record at Washburn University. Washburn has had a yearbook since 1897 which has had many sponsors. Originally, the junior class would  create the yearbook for the other classes. Over time, responsibility for creation fell to Washburn Student Media. The job of the yearbook team is to create a meaningful and visually-pleasing book so that students can reflect on their time at Washburn. The book has been made free to current students and faculty through the student activity fee. Pick up your own copy in the Student Media office, located in the Memorial Union Underground.

Washburn Review

The Washburn Review is the official news source of Washburn University and reports on topics such as local news, campus news, arts and entertainment, student profiles and Washburn athletics. The Washburn Review’s purpose is to share news that is important and educational to the Washburn community and to give students a way to share their voice. In addition to washburnreview.org, there is a weekly email newsletter which highlights top stories for your convenience.

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