The Washburn Review

Abbie Barth is the Washburn Review's Editor in Chief. Barth is a sophomore majoring in secondary English education.

Letter From the Editor

January 20, 2020

Eco-friendly practices on college campuses

January 4, 2019

Being environmentally conscious is becoming more widely accepted and expected to be aware of one’s environmental impacts, especially among college students.Busy college students often do not have the time to put forth all their ef...

Healthy living as a college student

December 12, 2018

As college students, grades and class performance are crucial to a good college experience. Although a lot of people don't realize it, a healthy lifestyle is also beneficial for being successful in college. For many, health c...

Pre-college philosophy courses aid society, Part 1

Yash Chitrakar

September 7, 2018

Any common discussion of philosophy involves the invocation of the Ancient Greeks, especially of Socrates, the famous critic of Athens; Plato, with his famous allegory of the cave and Aristotle, who founded logic and wrote "N...

Freshman survival guide: 20 things you need to know

DeyJa Cardenas

August 19, 2018

College is not high school. College is not a place for cool kid tables or bullies. We are all here to grow and learn as individuals, but together. I asked a few seniors at Washburn if they had any advice for freshman and most ...