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The Washburn Review

Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Established 1885

The Washburn Review

Christina Noland

Christina Noland, Editor-in-Chief Kaw Yearbook | Indigo Magazine

Christina is the editor-in-chief of the Kaw Yearbook and the Indigo Magazine. She is also an award-winning digital design specialist with over six years of experience with the Adobe Suite. Christina accepts projects from a diverse clientele because she believes learning new things and helping others succeed is crucial to reaching her goals.

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Washburn University Police publish monthly crime reports. These reports have dated back as far as January 2018.

November 2022 Crime Report

Christina Noland, Editor-in-Chief Kaw Yearbook | Indigo Magazine
December 18, 2022
Military personnel have a code of conduct while in uniform. Terry Ralston and Chris Bowers reflected on their time in the military and what effect these restrictions had on them.

Veterans recall military restrictions while in uniform

Christina Noland, Editor-in-Chief Kaw Yearbook | Indigo Magazine
November 16, 2022
Washburn University Police publish monthly crime reports. These reports  have dated back as far as January 2018.

October 2022 Crime Report

Christina Noland, Editor-in-Chief Kaw Yearbook | Indigo Magazine
November 16, 2022
Samuel Pollom, representing Lunch Buddies, does seven reps of one-handed pushups while solving a Rubik’s Cube. Pollom took home the first place win for Rising Stars and has been to 21 Rubik’s Cube competitions in the last eight years and has two national appearances and two state titles.

Washburn kicks off Homecoming with Rising Stars event

Christina Noland, Editor-in-Chief Kaw Yearbook | Indigo Magazine
October 20, 2022
Imposter syndrome: the who, what and why

Imposter syndrome: the who, what and why

Christina Noland, Editor-in-Chief Kaw Yearbook | Indigo Magazine
September 2, 2022
Social anxiety appears to be a growing trend with students on Washburns campus and with Counseling Services. Students dont seem to be comforted by the relaxed mask policies.

Mental Health Talks: students reintroduce themselves to the world

Christina Noland, Editor-in-Chief Kaw Yearbook | Indigo Magazine
May 13, 2022
Students wear their Pride apparel and surround the Kuehne bell Tower to listen to different members of the trans community speak about their experiences. The LGBTQ+ Solidarity Gathering took place on Thursday, March 31, 2022, on the East Union Lawn at Washburn University.

Solidarity Gathering encourages Washburn to celebrate Trans Visibility Day

Christina Noland, Editor-in-Chief Kaw Yearbook | Indigo Magazine
April 5, 2022
Bailey Schmitz, senior nursing major, talks to Student Media about her life after four years of college. Schmitz has acted as President for SNOW (Student Nurses of Washburn) for the past two terms.

Student Profile: Nursing student follows in grandma’s footsteps

Christina Noland, Editor-in-Chief Kaw Yearbook | Indigo Magazine
March 24, 2022
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