The Washburn Review

Ibanez discusses “the reputation game” in Nicaragua

March 22, 2019

As part of her NSF-funded dissertation research, Assistant Professor Lindsey Ibanez, sociology, traveled to Nicaragua to study the job search patterns and context of the people there. Ibanez presented some of this research through ...

WU shows documentary on Anita Hill

October 17, 2018

In the wake of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing, the Office of University of Diversity and Inclusion at Washburn hosted a viewing of the documentary film, “Anita: Speaking Truth to Power" Oct. ...

#PressforProgress: Washburn and International Women’s Day

Emily Unruh WASHBURN UNIVERSITY

March 4, 2018

With the recent scandals in Hollywood, the accusations against high ranking politicians and the #MeToo movement still going strong, this year’s International Women’s Day is bound to cover a lot.Every year on March 8, globa...

Keeping up with the times: Understanding gender identity

Julia Eilert

February 2, 2018

As our language and knowledge expands, Washburn aims to keep its students up to date with the progressing times.Language and knowledge about gender is included in this.Dave Provorse, associate professor of psychology, will be givin...

Q&A petitions Washburn over gender identities

Sarah Miller

October 16, 2017

Please select gender: male, female, non-binary?Washburn University Queers & Allies, a student organization focused on raising awareness for those that are negatively affected by gender norms, has started a petition for the unive...

Assistant athletic director discusses women’s sports

Grace Foiles, [email protected], is an undeclared sophomore.

January 28, 2015

In many ways society has improved upon the disparity in gender based treatment. Women can vote and wages are legally supposed to be equal, regardless of gender. Strides have been made but clearly there is room for improvement.On...