Ten Washburn University students have been selected as candidates for
2014 Homecoming king and queen. The Homecoming king and queen will be
crowned on Saturday, Oct. 18 at halftime of the football game vs.
Missouri Western State University, Yager Stadium at Moore Bowl. The
football game begins at 1 p.m. For more information about Washburn’s
Homecoming and to view a complete schedule, go to Washburn.edu/homecoming.
Ichabods also can follow on more...
The winners of the Washburn University Homecoming Coloring Contest
unleashed their imagination by creating a one-of-a-kind Washburn
Homecoming logo. The winners will receive a $20 gift certificate to the
The 2014 Homecoming Coloring Contest winners are:
4 years old and under: Jacob Nelson, Burlington, Wis.
5 to 8 years old: John Hayden Keller, Topeka
9 to 11 years oldmore...
As the Washburn Ichabods prepare to take the field at Arrowhead Stadium
for the first time ever next month, a social media contest launching
this week aims to give lucky Ichabod fans a lasting memory.
Contest winners will receive an all-inclusive experience at the first
Fall Classic vs. Northwest Missouri State University on Nov. 15 at
“I wish I’d had that opportunity to play at Arrowhead when I played inmore...
On Sunday, Oct. 19, the Washburn School of Nursing student organization,
Student Nurses of Washburn, or SNOW, will host its annual SNOWflake 5K
run to benefit Marian Clinic.
Check in time is 8-8:40 a.m. at the circle drive near Mabee Library and
Moore Bowl on the campus of Washburn University. Race time is 9 a.m.,
rain or shine.
Deadline for early registration is Friday, Oct. 3, with a discounted
price of $25 per personmore...
To accommodate more students, academic advising at Washburn University’s
Mabee Library has expanded its hours. An Advising After Dark open house
is planned this week to introduce the change to campus.
“We have a lot of evening students who are hard pressed to get here by
5:30 p.m., let alone advising appointments by 5 p.m.,” said Jeannie
Cornelius, interim director of advising. “When we moved to the library,
there was a greatmore...