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  • 6/1/17 2:43 pm CDT
    Topeka, Kan. – Law enforcement professionals from across Kansas will be on the Washburn University campus for crime scene investigation training June 5 and 6. Classes will be in the Washburn University Kansas Bureau of Investigations (KBI) Forensic Science Center. This professional development and continuing education opportunity is a partnership between Washburn University and the University of Kansas, Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center.The sessions cover the specific techniques requiredmore...
  • 5/31/17 3:59 pm CDT

    Series of 10 free concerts begins June 9

         This summer’s Sunflower Music Festival marks the 31st year of the event with 10 concerts by both outstanding professional musicians and some of the region’s most talented student artists.     The event kicks off as it has in the past with a chamber orchestra concert on Friday, June 9 and then hosts nightly free concerts in Washburn University’s White Concert Hall every evening until Saturday, June 17.  In addition, there is a 3 p.m. matineemore...
  • 5/31/17 3:15 pm CDT
         Washburn University’s Mabee Library is one of 6 applicants chosen from 61 proposals to receive funding from the LYRASIS Catalyst Fund. The award will provide open source information literacy modules for use by middle and high school students in area schools to help them develop critical thinking skills and effectively evaluate information sources. In addition to providing these learning materials through school libraries, librarians from Mabee will provide in-personmore...
  • 5/25/17 5:26 pm CDT
    Mulvane Art Fair
         The 25th Mulvane Art Fair is set for June 3 and 4 on the Washburn University campus.  More than 80 artist booths from 13 states will display and sell paintings, drawings, prints, photography, jewelry sculpture and work in fiber, glass, wood, metal, ceramics and textiles.     “Fair-goers can easily spend the entire weekend at the Art Fair,” said Cora Spencer, president of the Friends of the Mulvane Art Museum. “In addition to the 80 artist booths with anmore...
  • 5/19/17 11:03 am CDT
    WHAT: “Voices of Freedom: Now is the Time” is a music festival celebrating the anniversary of the Brown vs Board of Education decision. Kelley Hunt, a native of Kansas City and an acclaimed singer/songwriter/musician, will be the headliner with additional performances by Maria the Mexican, Isaac Cates & Ordained and Injunuity.WHEN:  2:00- Mayor’s opening message           2:15- Injunuity           3:15- recorded “voices”more...

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President Farley has been a part of Move-In Day for 20 years, and he's always excited to welcome new Ichabods to ca… https://t.co/BN1pXxXmfS-3 hours 50 min ago
The team is working hard on Move-In Day! In just a few months we'll be watching them work hard on the… https://t.co/hDG05FuALw-8 hours 19 sec ago
RT : Over 400 faculty, staff and students on hand to welcome new Ichabods for Move In! Talk about family! #WUMovesU #GoBods-8 hours 15 min ago