The Washburn Review



April 16, 2019

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...

Want real news? Be willing to pay for it

August 28, 2018

“Newspapers are dying.” “Print journalism is dead.” “All news is fake.” These are common things said about journalism these days.Trust in news and media outlets is steadily declining and that is taking a toll, bot...

Opinion-Cambridge Analytica mess unsurprising

Whitney Clum

March 27, 2018

It’s time for another round of grumbling about Orwell’s “1984” becoming reality. The Cambridge Analytica scandal has added fire to the privacy debate, but does the outcome even matter?Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook-con...

Movie Adaptions and Social Media Opinion

Whitney Clum

March 3, 2018

Other than the whole struggling with tuition payments thing, I have at least two things in common with every other college student: I check up on my social media accounts regularly and I like movies. Revolutionary, I know. The th...

Opinion: EN 300 should be replaced with business and technical writing

Allie Broockerd

February 19, 2018

I understand the concept of being a well-rounded student. I believe that the purpose of taking general education requirements is to expose students to relevant information and to make sure we leave college with some concept of ho...