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Andrea Williams, Shailiegh Piepmeier, Keith Crittenden, Cameron Humerickhouse and Mary Bartell signify their opinion on the campus concealed carry policies. A thumbs up meant that they believed no change is required, thumbs in the middle meant some changes should be made, and a thumbs down meant no firearms should be allowed on campus.

Surveys reveal opinions on campus gun policy

Faith Hadley
January 27, 2016
Prescription drug abuse growing trend among students

Prescription drug abuse growing trend among students

Chloe Mooradian, [email protected], is a sophomore education major.
April 30, 2014
Every three years Washburn participates in the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) survey for freshman and senior students so we will be participating again this coming spring.Students will begin receiving e-mail notifications beginning February 18 and they are being encouraged to complete the survey no later than March 31 (they will be entered into a drawing for prizes if they complete by that date) although NSSE’s “drop dead” deadline for completion of the survey is June 1.

NSSE 2014 is almost here

Staff
February 5, 2014

Diversity survey helps university plot future of Washburn

Fatima Oubaid, Washburn Review
February 13, 2013
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