The Washburn Review

Take steps now to mitigate post-graduation depression

Emily Unruh

March 30, 2018

It is not uncommon to long for graduation, especially during midterm and finals seasons. It is easy to imagine a new, more relaxed life without all-nighters or skipped meals, without stress over projects, homework and exams. ...

Opinion: Social Media Activism

Emily Unruh

March 13, 2018

After the Parkland shooting, social media blew up with messages of both support and anger at the tragedy that occurred. The hashtag #NeverAgain became a sensation on Twitter, and new accounts popped up advertising the March for our L...

Brian Ogawa reveals storied history, experience

Emily Unruh

February 27, 2018

A professor since 2001, professor Brian Ogawa officially retired from his last full time job in December, 2017. However, while he may be retiring from Washburn, Ogawa is clear that “I am not retiring from service or life....

Perpetual Foreigner Syndrome

Emily Unruh

February 13, 2018

The Winter Olympics have begun, and with them comes the endless tweets, videos and debates over who “really” should have won the gold. One of the newest Olympic favorites is USA figure skater Mirai Nagasu, from Arcadia, Cali...

WU Law clinic accepts DACA renewals

Emily Unruh

February 5, 2018

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Sept. 5, 2017 that the Trump administration had ended the Obama era program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. This led to thousands of children and young adults searchi...

Editorial: Dollars and sense, understanding the budget

February 4, 2018

One of the most complicated structures in the world is the monetary system. There are various types of currency, from the dollar to the yen, and each has a sophisticated system associated with its value. As one of the richest...

Brownback speaks at the 2018 Kansas Rally for Life on the steps of the Capitol. The rally was one of the final events Brownback attended as governor of Kansas.

Brownback stepping down

January 30, 2018

Big business lobbying hurts politics

January 29, 2018

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More work to do: Human Trafficking Awareness month comes to a close


January 29, 2018

Human Trafficking Hotline, operated by Polaris, has received reports of 221,919 sex trafficking cases in the U.S.Human trafficking is a universal problem which Kansas is not immune to. According to the Human Trafficking Hotline...

US, N. Korea diplomacy changes under Trump

Emily Unruh

January 29, 2018

If you have been watching the news, scrolling through social media or listening to the radio you will notice that there has been a lot of information about North Korea and the threat they could pose. The BBC outlined the somewh...

Government Shutdown Continues

Emily Unruh

January 21, 2018

Friday night, Congress raced to find a compromise in order to avoid a government shutdown, and pass the CR (continuing resolution). According to the New York Times, the 2018 government shutdown continued throughout the weekend, mak...