The Washburn Review

Camp War Eagle on campus for summer staff recruitment

November 4, 2018

Updated: Nov. 7Representatives from Camp War Eagle in Rogers, Arkansas, will be on Washburn’s campus to table in Memorial Union and speak to students about summer positions Wednesday, Nov. 7 to Friday, Nov. 9. The camp is a ...

Reviving summer hair woes

Deyja Cardenas

July 24, 2018

After a long summer of fun in the sun, our hair can take quite a hit. Whether you've been swimming every day or hanging out in the sun, you may have noticed that your hair has acquired some damage. Even catching some rays can ha...

Healthy habits for the summer

Kendra Wicks

April 24, 2018

Summer break is a time for celebration, laughter, friends and food. There are adventures to be had and memories to be made. Your health allows you to enjoy those moments, so make sure you take care of yourself and those aroun...

Caffeine Queen: Ultimate Cold Brew Test

Colleen Kelly

August 30, 2017

Coffee is a complex creature. Whether you’re a casual drinker on the lookout for something to satisfy your sweet tooth, in desperate need of something to make mornings less arduous or are a hardcore fan of the bitter bre...

Just keep swimming

Kenzie Mccoy

November 21, 2015

The lovable, but very forgetful Dory, a blue tang fish that made her first appearance in Pixar’s 2003 children’s movie, “Finding Nemo,” returns for second time in the much anticipated sequel, “Finding Dory.” ...

Summer temperatures climb on campus

Grace Foiles

July 20, 2015

With the humidity levels rising and temperatures averaging in the mid 90s, this week on campus it’s clear that summer is in full swing.Matt Miller, chief meteorologist for KSNT News, gave his thoughts on the recent weather.“The summer...