Ichabods showed their pride during the Win Washburn Swag competition,
where contestants could answer one of seven questions for five days to
win a Washburn swag bag, in celebration of Washburn Founders Day.
Sierra Valdivia, Topeka, one of the five winners, was the lucky winner
of a Kindle eReader. The four other winners were, Sue Peek,
administrative specialist, College of Arts and Sciences; Johnny
Shamburg, Topeka; Tiffany Swafford,more...
Don Lambert’s one-person performance, in which he appears as John
Steuart Curry, painter of Kansas Pastoral and The Tragic Prelude in the
Kansas Capitol, has been rescheduled for February 11, 2014, at the
Mulvane Museum. Visiting Curator, Julia R. Myers, Ph.D. will give a
brief lecture titled “Controversy and Compromise: John Steuart Curry’s
Kansas Capitol Murals” at 6:00 p.m. Mr. Lambert will follow with his
one-person show at 6:30. A receptionmore...
Explore the exhibit “150 Years of Teaching: Tools and Technology,” which
honor Washburn University’s 150th anniversary by showcasing different
technologies and tools used to teach at Washburn since 1865. “150 Years
of Teaching: Tools and Technology” will be featured Feb. 7 through March
16 at the Mulvane Art Museum. An opening reception will be from 5:30 to
7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7.
This family friendly exhibition reminds us of howmore...
Kerrilyn Russ and Steven Iverson, third year students at Washburn
University School of Law, finished third at the 13th Annual American Bar
Association (ABA) Section of Taxation Law Student Tax Challenge in
Phoenix, Arizona, on January 24, 2014. This is the first year Washburn
has entered the competition, which is the largest and most prestigious
tax competition in the country. Eighty-eight teams participated in the
2013-2014 J.D. divisionmore...
A salute to Charlie Chaplin, a showing of early animation and cartoon
creations and a feature from the National Film Registry are included on
the program of the 18th annual Kansas Silent Film Festival scheduled
Feb. 28 and March 1 in White Concert Hall at Washburn University. All
festival events are free and the public is welcome.
The event will also feature a comedy starring Will Rogers, a short
starring Mary Pickford discovered inmore...