The Washburn Review

Crime Report Sep. 17 – Sep. 23

Joshua Irsik, Sports & Features Editor, Designer, and Photographer/Videographer

September 28, 2020

Medical Report 10:28 p.m. Sep. 23. A report was made from Lincoln Hall. A welfare check was conducted. Medical Report 2:00 a.m. Sep. 23. A report was made from Lincoln Hall. A welfare check was conducted. Never a dull...

Understanding a difficult disease

Leah Jamison, Senior Editor

February 18, 2020

About 1.6 million Americans live with T1D, which includes about 200,000 people younger than 20 years old, according to jdrf.org.Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is an autoimmune disease. In T1D, the pancreas ceases insulin production. Insul...

Low turnout for AGT comedian raises questions about campus involvement

Leah Jamison, Senior Editor

February 18, 2020

The Campus Activities Board brought Canadian stand-up comedian D.J. Demers to campus to perform, but the turnout was disappointing. Demers appeared on season 11 of America’s Got Talent, has performed on Conan three times, and ...

DNP: Week Ahead on Wednesday the 4th

December 6, 2019

DO NOT PUBLISH. OLD NEWS - Adam WhiteThursday, December 5th and Friday, December 6thTheatre Department presents Student-Directed Scenes / 7:30 / Neese-Gray TheatreFree and open to the public, the theatre department is presenting s...

Erickson highlights nature and industrialization in her art

Yue Li

October 26, 2019

“I think art is a universal language. It’s a good way of communicating and figuring out exactly what’s in your head,” said Jenna Erickson. Erickson is a senior art education major. She held her senior exhibition,...

Silvestri expands his silver thread

Yue Li

September 17, 2019

Charles Anthony “Tony” Silvestri is a poet, lyricist and lecturer of the history department. He has been teaching at Washburn University for 12 years.His book, A Silver Thread, released on Sept. 2, is a collection of about a h...