Students at Washburn University will have the chance to shop the Red Bus
on Thursday. Their purchases will support Show Hope, a nonprofit that
advocates for orphans worldwide.
The Red Bus Project, a double-decker British bus turned thrift store, is
the student program of Show Hope. Since its launch in 2012, Show Hope
says the Red Bus has visited nearly 60 colleges and raised nearly
$50,000 to support Show Hope adoption grants. The busmore...
Youngsters can celebrate the season at a festive egg hunt from 9 a.m. to
12:15 p.m., Saturday, April 19, on the east lawn of Memorial Union at
Washburn University. The public is welcome.
The egg hunts will be staged in age groups as a cycled event, allowing
two scheduled hunt times per age group.
1 to 2 year olds: 9 - 9:15 a.m. and 10:40 – 10:55 a.m.
3 to 4 year olds: 9:20 - 9:35 a.m. and 11 – 11:15 a.mmore...
More than 2,300 YouTube views in the first week is more than even Phillip “Brail” Watson expected when he recently posted a song about Washburn to his channel. But it’s the reaction from fellow Ichabods to his spiritual-sounding rap “What’s an Ichabod?” that has affected him most.“To see people understanding it – that’s been cool to me,” said Watson, 23, who is a double major in vocal and cello performance.The song, “What is an Ichabod? (Purificatus non Consumptus),” was his effort to answermore...
Five Washburn leadership students traveled to the University of New
Orleans during their spring break to observe, interact with and
experience a variety of leadership styles and practices.
The fourth-annual Washburn-UNO Leadership Exchange allows Washburn
students to get a feel for another institution and a broader perspective
on what they’ve learned in class about leadership styles and practices,
said Michael Gleason, director of themore...
Thirteen Washburn University students from Topeka have been awarded
scholarships by the department of computer information sciences.
Students and their scholarships are:
Luke Anderson: Walter and Teresa Cole Scholarship and Computer
Information Sciences department scholarship
Andrew Armstrong: Kaw Valley Scholarship, Walter and Teresa Cole
Scholarship and Computer Information Sciences departmentmore...