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  • 7/24/14 7:08 am CDT
    Area mascot performers, including Washburn University’s Ichabod, will learn how to better engage a crowd, without words, to make their mascot programs more successful at a Mascot Boot Camp, July 25-27, at Washburn campus. The Boot Camp will be a one-of-a-kind experience that specifically targets performers who dress as a character and whose job is crowd entertainment and interaction. The camp will be led by David Raymond, owner ofmore...
  • 7/22/14 7:08 am CDT
    After jumping 14.8 percentage points, Washburn University School of Law was named a top law school in increasing employment gains from 2011 to 2013. The listing "Largest employment gains by school" was released by preLaw and the National Jurist magazines on July 15. Washburn Law’s graduate employment rate increased to 78.5 percent in 2013 from 63.7 percent in 2011. “We are certainly pleased that our graduates are doing well andmore...
  • 7/17/14 7:08 am CDT
    Noted percussionist Jeff Hamilton taught a captive audience of more than 40 at a Master Class offered Wednesday as part of the 10th annual Washburn University Total Percussion Camp. Participants worked through different strokes meant for using brushes, sticks or mallets on a drumset. They “sang” what they intended to play and focused on the importance of internalizing music and letting it really come from within. And they got a lessonmore...
  • 7/15/14 7:08 am CDT
    “Eyes on the Prize: America's Civil Rights Years, 1954-1965” by author Juan Williams has been selected as the featured book in the 2014-2015 Washburn University iREAD program. Based on the PBS-TV series of the same name, this book is Williams’ examination of the first decade of the American Civil Rights Movement and was chosen in part to coincide with the 60th anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education U.S. Supreme Court Decisionmore...
  • 7/15/14 7:08 am CDT
    From July 22 to August 2, the Mulvane Art Museum will show the original artwork for the illustrations The Tree Who Walked Through Time—A Tree Identification Book, a children’s book by Lawrence author and photographer Maureen Carroll. Proceeds from sales of the original art, signed prints and books will support the Mulvane Art Museum’s educational programs, including the ArtLab. A reception and book signing will take place at the Mulvane Artmore...

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Happy Thanksgiving break Bods! Enjoy time with family and friends and some well-deserved rest from homework and cla… https://t.co/iG34fZrrhz-11 hours 2 min ago
It's a short week for Thanksgiving, and dining hours on campus have changed. Regular dining hours will resume Monda… https://t.co/ogVAra7QpB-16 hours 2 min ago
Today starting at 12:15 pm, the law school is hosting a panel discussion regarding controversial political speech.… https://t.co/xT8JB2wCsO-1 day 15 hours ago