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Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Alyssa Storm

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief

Hi, I'm Alyssa! I am a junior mass media major with an emphasis in journalism and a minor in political science. Some of my interests are spending time outdoors, baking, and doing crafts. I am from Scott City, Kansas but decided to venture east to get my Bachelor of Arts degree and get a nice change of scenery. In addition to being the Editor In Chief of the Washburn Review, I am a member of Alpha Phi Sorority and Christian Challenge.

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Knowles and College Republicans share the topic change Monday, March 28. Some Washburn community members felt outraged by this decision.

Conservative commentator stirs up life at Washburn

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
March 31, 2022
Gallery:What it is like being a POC at a PWI

Gallery:What it is like being a POC at a PWI

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
March 4, 2022
Washburn University strives to be an inclusive place for all. The Campus Climate Team worked to follow the process to the best of its ability.

Cruel incident turns into an educational experience

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
February 28, 2022
The media is often seen as the fourth branch of government. Freedom of the Press Day is used to recognize the importance of press to keep our democracy.

Freedom of the press’s importance to a democracy

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
February 23, 2022
Mile race overview on Jan 22, 2022, Topeka, Kan.

All-Kansas Invite hosts good competition

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
January 27, 2022
Jordan Noller adopts a horse, Teagan,  from Rainbow Meadows. Teagan was brought to Rainbow Meadows in 2017 where eh has grown to be a gentle giant.

A horse waiting at the end of the Rainbow

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
October 28, 2021
All smiles aead: Daija Coleman is enjoying the sunshine on the sidewalks of Washburn University. Colemans plan is to graduate in the spring of 2022 and become a teacher.

Student fights for inclusion and accessibility on campus

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
October 28, 2021
Catching up: Dr. Bennett catching up with a professor from her time at Washburn. Her former communications professor, Meredith Moore, brought an old assignment to reminisce over.

Dr. Dina Bennett wakes up Washburn at breakfast lecture series

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
September 30, 2021
Unforgettable: Professor Rick Ellis died Sept. 23, 2021. He will be missed by his coworkers and students at Washburn University.

Obituary: Rick Ellis, Washburn University professor and mentor

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
September 29, 2021
Never Forget: The morning of Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001, is a day that Americans will never forget. The 9/11 terrorist attacks resulted in 2,977 fatalities, all those that lost their lives will forever be remembered today and every day.

Remembering 9/11: 20 years later

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
September 11, 2021
Share your thoughts: Take a quick five-minute survey at tinyurl.com/wuvotesdata

Loud Light strives to educate Washburn University

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
September 1, 2021
Bring it in: Washburn hosted its very first Foam Party in the East Union Lawn last night.

A fun foam-filled first week

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
August 27, 2021
Caleb Phelps and his girlfriend, Mercedes Elias, pose for a picture at graduation.

Caleb Phelps reflects on leaving the Westboro Baptist Church

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
August 22, 2021
Remembrance: Memorial Day is a time to remember those who have died in the service of our country. Take some time today to remember their sacrifices.

Memorial Day: more than a day off

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
May 31, 2021
Helping Hands: Analisa Chavez-Muñoz helping Lesley Ayala understand the basics of crocheting.

Bods relieve stress with stitch and bitch

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
May 5, 2021
Bod on the Block: Students reflect on wearing masks

Bod on the Block: Students reflect on wearing masks

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
April 25, 2021
Suit and Tie: Senior Jaron Caffrey is the WSGA Chief of Staff for the 2020-2021 academic year. He encourages students to become interested in WSGA and consider joining the organization in its efforts to serve the campus community better.

Jaron Caffrey shows dedication to WSGA

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
April 12, 2021
Brief: Explore the Awaken the Senses event

Brief: Explore the “Awaken the Senses” event

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
April 2, 2021
Artist: Hans Vredeman de Vries, Triumphal Arch, Medium: engraving

Brief: Modern art brought back to life

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
April 1, 2021

Washburn students donate blood to help local community

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
March 25, 2021
Bod Brief: HALO Blood Drive

Bod Brief: HALO Blood Drive

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
March 16, 2021
Bods on the Block: WU-Tech Spring Break

Bods on the Block: WU-Tech Spring Break

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
March 16, 2021
The man bringing change: Freshman Harrison Dollar has big ideas for Washburn. Along with his running mate, Sierra Jeter, he believes that Washburn is ready for a new course.

Harrison Dollar seeks change on campus

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
March 13, 2021
All for WU
Washburn University celebrates the Universitys 156th Birthday by accepting donations. This event is an annual event

Washburn sees another successful Day of Giving

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
March 3, 2021
Way to educate: Professor Kara Kendall-Morwick teaches a class this semester on the WUmester topic. The class is Animals in Literature and Film.

WUmester Sustainability Challenges

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
February 12, 2021
Up-to-date: This is the new Indoor Facility for Washburn University Athletics. It has already seen a lot of use and will continue to be a cornerstone of the Washburn community for years to come.

New indoor facility helps athletes practice and compete

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
January 28, 2021
Throwback to 1991: This is a picture of Kristi and Brendan at an Alpha Delta formal. They certainly appear to be college sweethearts.

The Sneegas family becomes Washburn’s 2020 family of the year

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
November 16, 2020
Multicultural Greek Council

Multicultural Greek Council

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
November 12, 2020
Top Hat: The Ichabod knows its time to get a flu shot! Join him and get your flu shot from the School of Nursing.

Flu Shots at Washburn

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
October 12, 2020
The toe tags on the wall: This is a picture of the exhibit. Toe tags on a map are displayed to show the lives that were lost on the journey.

‘Hostile Terrain 94’

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
September 10, 2020

Campus resources for students

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
August 26, 2020
Luzianne Stafford got her mask from her neighbor.

Poll: Who has the best mask in Res. Living?

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
August 20, 2020
Book Worm: Hunter Bentley, a guard for the womens basketball team, breaks out a classic to read. Bentley read Oh The Places Youll Go by Dr. Seuss as her first book on the website.

Athletes take part in Bods with Books

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
April 17, 2020
Office away from office: There was a shift in location, but the best is being made out of the situation. This is the view that Graciela Berumen sees during her workday. 

‘We Are F1rst’ Zoom meeting gets hacked

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
April 3, 2020

Ichabod volleyball sweeps Fort Hays State

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
September 23, 2019
I have a question: Ilya Kaminsky answers a question at his poetry reading. This event was split between the International House and Henderson 112. 

Acclaimed Russian poet visits Washburn

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
September 9, 2019

Dana Nordyke: New Career Advisor

Alyssa Storm, Washburn Review Editor in Chief
September 3, 2019
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