The Washburn Review

Plain wall to beautiful masterpiece

Cassidy Haag

August 16, 2018

A brand new mural has taken place near the famous Monroe School, the basis for Supreme Court Case Brown v. Board of Education.Joe Perry, local police officer of Topeka, Kansas, made the new mural possible by making a call to A...

Shawnee County Fair: “The Pirates of the Fairribean”

Sabrina Rana

July 29, 2017

The Shawnee County Fair 2017 began with a horse show July 15, with all other exhibits and shows occurring July 20 to 23 at the Kansas Expocentre. The Fair theme was "The Pirates of the Fairribean." The fair was open to the public to par...

Orchestra shows mastery over music to an awed audience

Yash Chitrakar

June 15, 2017

The sixth concert on the list was performed by a full orchestra. The nearly full concert hall held an large audience waiting in anticipation. Then, the musicians came out to a sea of applause. The concert featured three piece...

Veteran musicians enthrall audience in the fifth concert

Yash Chitrakar

June 14, 2017

The fifth program of the Festival began like any other, with the sponsors and the donors of the show being thanked, the winner of the 2017 Sunflower t-shirt being announced, and the audience being reminded of next year’s Fe...

Jazz concert provides a delightful break from classical music

Yash Chitrakar

June 13, 2017

On June 12, at the fourth of ten concerts in the Sunflower Music Festival, the chamber musicians took a break and let jazz performers take the stage. White Concert Hall was packed to see Karrin Allyson on the mic, Stan Kessle...

Exhibit exhibits ‘small deaths’

Caroline Hau

February 27, 2013

Large format silver gelatin paintings depicting birds, flowers and insects are hanging on the walls on the second floor of the Mulvane Art Museum. The exhibition features work by Kate Breakey, originally from Southern ...