Registrations are being accepted for summer classes and workshops for
all ages offered by the Mulvane Art Museum at Washburn University.
The hands-on classes are taught by local artists. Class times are
available to accommodate a variety of schedules, ages, abilities and
interests. Participants discover their inner artist through ceramics,
jewelry, garden art, painting, felting, drawing, fiber arts, duct tape
Twenty Washburn University students and one high school senior have
received scholarships from the Washburn Honors Program for the 2014-2015
academic year. Listed by hometown, they are:
Basehor: Emily Engler - Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Chapman Sr. Memorial
Scholarship, Moses Day Scholarship, Outstanding Second Year Honors
Cheney: Brittany Dome - Cecile Strohm Brunt Scholarship
If the zombie apocalypse were to wipe out half of the population, who
would you choose to be the new leader? Six Washburn University faculty
members will take part in the Zombie Apocalypse Survival Debate at 7
p.m. Wednesday, April 2 in the Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, Washburn
campus. The debates will be set up bracket-style with an exciting twist
during the final rounds. Also enjoy zombie trivia from zombie television
shows and movies. Themore...
Ten Washburn University students were recently inducted in the Pi
Chapter of the Tau Upsilon Alpha National Human Services Honor Society.
New members, listed by hometowns, are:
Americus: Ashley Raulerson
Garden City: Kelli Parr
Hutchinson: Grace Roberts
Lawrence: Christian Marie Seeley
Shawnee: Laura Highland
Topeka: Claudine Dombrowski,more...
Topeka Mayor Larry Wolgast will join with 20 other mayors across Kansas
to celebrate the Mayor's Day of Recognition for National Service.
Wolgast will meet with volunteers from AmeriCorps and Senior Corps
programs serving in Topeka and Shawnee County to present the
proclamation at 10 a.m. Wednesday, April 2 at Meadows Elementary School.
The 300 AmeriCorps and Senior Corps volunteers serving in over 60 sites
in Topeka and Shawnee Countymore...