The Washburn Review

Larry Thomas: Protector and educator at Washburn University

September 16, 2018

Larry Thomas began teaching a weekend workshop at WU in 1992. The topic for the class was serial killers. 26 years later and the class is still being taught every semester. Many students are intrigued by learning about serial k...

Forensic anthropology at Washburn offers television-like opportunities

Kenzie McCoy

February 23, 2016

Washburn students can now receive a degree for excavating dead bodies, analyzing trauma and evaluating bones.While these tasks may seem like a scene out of Fox’s crime-based show “Bones,” it’s become a reality at Washburn...

New forensics laboratory on campus nearly complete

Lisa Herdman

August 6, 2015

A state-of-the-art forensic laboratory is being constructed on Washburn University’s campus by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation that will provide a 100,000 square foot facility to students and faculty.This new location wil...

Discovery Center hosts events for Topeka community

Colton Goeffert, [email protected], is a juniorassociate of sciences major.

August 20, 2014

At 6 p.m. Aug. 8, men and women from ages 21 and up filed into the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center for the monthly event known as Science Night Live. The event was the third of its kind and like the previous two it focused...

Washburn University School of Law is now offering a Master of Studies in Law. The program is expected to start Fall 2014.

KBI plans new building

March 13, 2014

‘One billion rising’ calls for action

Xuelu Pan and Farai Harreld, Washburn Review

February 13, 2013

Washburn will join with activists around the world for One Billion Rising, a global activist movement to end violence against women and girls, Feb. 14. One Billion Rising is launched in conjunction with V-Day’s 15th a...