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  • 10/16/17 10:46 am CDT
    WHAT: Homecoming is a weeklong celebration of Washburn traditions for students, alumni, faculty, staff and the community. We look forward to a week full of fun events that showcase our Ichabod spirit!SCHEDULE OF HOMECOMING EVENTSMonday, Oct. 16Homecoming Ball7 - 10 p.m.; Washburn Room A/B, Memorial UnionWe will announce the 2017 Homecoming Royalty Candidates at the ball, and voting for king and queen will be available on MyWashburn starting at 8:30 p.m.Tuesday, Oct. 17Ichabod Race7 p.m.;more...
  • 10/11/17 1:34 pm CDT
         Washburn University’s Pitch Competition is moving into its final round tomorrow with four competitors moving on to pitch their business ideas for a share of $25 thousand in prize money.     The four have already survived the Knockout Round held at on October 3.  More than 60 students participated from Washburn University and the Washburn Institute of Technology, representing 51 teams in the competition.  Each team had three minutes to present theirmore...
  • 10/11/17 1:33 pm CDT
    Welcome to a special newsletter from the Public Relations staff at Washburn University.  This newsletter goes out every Wednesday when classes are in session.  It's designed to showcase events and story possibilities in the coming week.  For more information about any of these events or story tips, contact Washburn's Public Relations Department at wurelations@washburn.edu or at 785-670-1711.Wednesday, October 11, 20176:00 p.m.  – Yager Stadium -- $10 formore...
  • 10/11/17 12:54 pm CDT
         The Tonantzin Society of Topeka and Washburn University's Mulvane Art Museum present the Midwestern Chicana Symposium: Art and Resistance in the Age of Extremism on October 12-13, 2017. Held in the Kansas Room of the Memorial Union at Washburn University, the symposium will feature a series of panel discussions, lectures, and conversations about how Chicana artists are using their work to challenge and resist the social constructions of racial and ethnicmore...
  • 10/9/17 3:37 pm CDT

    WHAT: Students from nine area high schools will participate in the Capital City Marching Band Festival Wednesday, Oct. 11. The Washburn University music department hosts this annual festival. The public is welcome and there is a fee to attend. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students (with school IDs); children 6 years old and younger are free.WHEN: Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 6 p.m.WHERE: Yager Stadium at Moore Bowl on the Washburn campusWHO: Area high school students, Washburn Universitymore...

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Happy Hanukkah, Bods! We wish you a warm and wonderful first night of celebration. https://t.co/2vuEqzJxHk-12 hours 9 min ago
Even Ichabod wants a photo with Mr. Ichabod! Take a break from finals and head over to Bradbury Thompson Alumni Cen… https://t.co/QIbXISAuuK-15 hours 32 min ago
You made it through one day of finals week Bods, just a few more to go! Remember, Mabee Library is open 24 hours a… https://t.co/vWrBS2xzt8-18 hours 19 min ago