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  • 12/3/14 7:08 am CST
    “A Matter of Scale,” an exhibit of various interactive art installations which extend from the interior of the museum to the exterior, will run through Dec. 13. An accompanying outdoor sculpture, “Scaled Reflections” will be shown through Jan. 15, 2015. An opening reception will be from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Friday, Dec. 5, in conjunction with the First Friday Art Walk. The installations are collaborative work by students inmore...
  • 11/24/14 7:08 am CST
    Make sure Toys for Tots is on your Black Friday shopping list. Then mark your calendar for Dec. 6 and help Washburn University support local children. Washburn University’s annual Toys for Tots collection drive is underway through Thursday, Dec. 11. Community members are welcome to donate in on-campus bins and at the men’s and women’s basketball games at Lee Arena on Dec. 6, and to volunteer at the second annual Washburn Tech Toymore...
  • 11/24/14 7:08 am CST
    Thirty-six Washburn University students were recently initiated into Phi Kappa Phi national honor society. Those elected to membership include juniors in the top 7.5 percent of their class and seniors in the top 10 percent of their class, along with outstanding graduate students, faculty, professional staff and alumni. Phi Kappa Phi, founded in 1897, is the nation's oldest all-discipline honor society. The mission of themore...
  • 11/19/14 7:08 am CST
    Washburn University students Matthew Spezia, of Lansing, and Chance Johansen, of Easton, were teammates and finalists in the first Elevator Pitch Competition staged Nov. 18 on the campus. They and two other fellow students teamed to present information on a silver-based nano technology treatment to take cancerous cells down to base proteins. In the first round, students are challenged to develop and deliver an effective, professionalmore...
  • 11/19/14 7:08 am CST
    Washburn University students Matthew Spezia, of Lansing, and Chance Johansen, of Easton, were teammates and finalists in the first Elevator Pitch Competition staged Nov. 18 on the campus. They and two other fellow students teamed to present information on a silver-based nano technology treatment to take cancerous cells down to base proteins. In the first round, students are challenged to develop and deliver an effective, professionalmore...

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Happy Thanksgiving break Bods! Enjoy time with family and friends and some well-deserved rest from homework and cla… https://t.co/iG34fZrrhz-11 hours 8 min ago
It's a short week for Thanksgiving, and dining hours on campus have changed. Regular dining hours will resume Monda… https://t.co/ogVAra7QpB-16 hours 8 min ago
Today starting at 12:15 pm, the law school is hosting a panel discussion regarding controversial political speech.… https://t.co/xT8JB2wCsO-1 day 15 hours ago