The Washburn Review

Math lab upgrade boosts student performance

Wesley Tabor

January 28, 2020

Need help with your MA 112 or MA 116 course? The new Mabee Library math lab can help.The math lab opened in mid-August 2019 and is designed to help students with diagnostic testing and individualized tutoring. Traditionally, a ...

You don’t have to be “stuck” in Topeka this spring break

Autumn Lamp

March 16, 2018

Topeka has plenty of exciting spring break activities for everyone, whether you don’t have much money to spend, you have to work, or even if you're staying on campus. For starters, here are 50 miles of nature trails in Sha...

Briefs- Feb. 28-Marc 7

February 22, 2018

International Brown Bag LectureWashburn will be hosting a Brown Bag lecture given by Dr. Courtney Sullivan from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 28 in the International Center Building.Sullivan’s talk: "Halfway Around the Wo...

Documentary screening anticipates future programs

Ryan Thompson

March 8, 2017

Sharon Sullivan, professor of theater and women’s and gender studies, and Shelley Bearman, project coordinator for sexual assault education and prevention, screened “UnSlut: A Documentary Film” March 1 in Mabee Library Room 2...

Mabee Library hosts “Fifteen Days to Fifteen Credits”

Alexis Simmons

October 20, 2016

Class registration soon begins at Washburn University and Mabee Library is the place to do it. “Fifteen Days to Fifteen Credits” takes place for the fifteen days following the Oct. 24 kick-off. Beginning at 11:30 Oct. 24, piz...

Center for Student Success and Retention to evaluate students’ success rates

Angel Tolstikhina

July 5, 2016

Washburn's Mabee Library announced the implementation of new programs dedicated for student success.In addition to a variety of others, Alan Bearman, dean of university libraries, shared the details in regard to student success inte...