The Washburn Review

Apeiron: Smith helps expand KCDC services, increase number of attendees

April 24, 2019

Inspiring kids can be hard as distractions surround them at all available angles. For junior art education major, Sarina Smith, it’s her job to get and maintain that attention from young children.She does this by using paint a...

Craig Carter prepares future teachers

March 25, 2019

Craig Carter is the field placement director and a lecturer of education at Washburn. He helps education majors gain career practice and hands-on classroom experience while they are in school.“I tell people that I’ve alway...

Corey Zwikstra: Educator and mentor

October 17, 2018

Corey Zwikstra, assistant professor of English at Washburn, came here because of its reputation as a teaching-focused university.“A lot of universities will say that, and it may be true to some extent, but it is actually the cas...

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...

Mulvane to host art fair to raise funds for education programs and art lab

Troy Russell

June 1, 2015

Starting Saturday, June 6, the Mulvane Art Museum will be hosting the Mulvane Art Fair on the Washburn University campus. The fair takes place Saturday, June 6 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, June 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m...

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Katie Wade, [email protected], is a sophomore mass media and history major

September 10, 2014

It is no secret that the cost of a university education is skyrocketing, and the simultaneous rising cost of textbooks only puts more financial strain on students.In order to ease the weight of these costs, some professors have made ...