A team of Olathe South students earned a variety of top honors at the
2014 Math Day event at Washburn University.
Team members Camella Carlson, Andrew Fales and Damian Vu captured first
place honors among schools in classes 5A and 6A.
Carlson was recognized for receiving the top score on the competitive
examination given to all 159 participants. She also received the first
place individual award for non-seniorsmore...
Students from Maur Hill-Mount Academy earned first place honors among 4A
class schools at the 2015 Math Day competition at Washburn University.
Members of the Maur Hill team were Ian Buhman, Stan Hu and Maggie Yin.
Maggie Yin earned a second place senior individual award, having
captured a second place non-senior individual award at the 2013 event.
Participating in the event were 159 students from 19 Kansas highmore...
Traditional and modern entertainment from around the world will be
showcased from 7-9 p.m., Friday, Nov. 14 in White Concert Hall, Washburn
University. No admission is charged and the public is invited.
Student members of the Washburn International Club will present a
variety of performances, ranging from traditional and modern songs from
their homelands and a fashion show of traditional apparel to dance,
martial arts demonstrations andmore...
Washburn University students will kick off national Hunger and
Homelessness Awareness Week on Monday, Nov. 17 by opening an on-campus
food pantry. A ribbon cutting event will begin at 11 a.m. in the lobby
of the Henderson Learning Resources Center, followed by tours of the
The pantry, known as The Exchange, is the first new piece of a
student-driven hunger-alleviation and nutrition education initiative
known as Bodsmore...
Six Washburn University students have been selected as finalists in the
Nall Speak Off, which is sponsored by the communication department. Each
semester, the top one to three students are selected from each public
speaking course at Washburn to represent their respective classes in the
Finalists for the competition, their hometown, topic and placement were:
First place: Ye Li, Topeka, “Meditation”more...