The Washburn Review

Sam Finch is passionate about film and video

April 23, 2019

Sam Finch, lecturer of mass media, has been teaching film and video at Washburn since fall 2018."Film and video have always been my passion. This [passion] allows me to be more excited and invested in what I am teaching," sai...

Professor profile: Kelly Erby

February 3, 2019

Kelly Erby is an associate professor of history at Washburn. She has been passionately teaching at Washburn since she came in 2011. She is also the chair of Academic Diversity and Inclusion Committee, which organized 2019 The...

Visiting professor preview

February 3, 2019

On Monday, Feb. 4 at 7 p.m., there will be a public lecture at Washburn in the Memorial Union, Washburn rooms A and B. There will be time to talk with Dr. Watson before her lecture, and time afterwards as well. There will be se...

Photo for Fall: Tambra Eifert poses in front of the scenic view her classroom overlooks. 

Tambra Eifert: She Rocks

October 30, 2018

Opinion: Freedom of Speech

Emily Unruh

April 1, 2018

Recently, I saw a picture circulating twitter about a Washburn table with pro-gun posters. There was anger over the allowance of posters advertising acceptance of guns in wake of the Parkland shooting and the March for our Lives....

Kathy Menzie, mass media professor, to retire with emeritus status

Autumn Lamp

March 9, 2018

Kathy Menzie made Washburn University her home 20 years ago and although her retirement is approaching, she will remain connected with the university with her newly appointed emeritus status. Menzie worked in public re...

Editorial: Midterm Season

March 6, 2018

It’s that time of the year when the library gets fuller, the coffee gets stronger and the bags under our eyes get darker. It’s midterm season.This time of year requires a little bit of an extra push, an additional burst of e...