Media Opportunity: Halftime of Washburn football game, Saturday, Sept. 20. Football game begins at 2:07 p.m.
The Fry family, of Topeka, will be recognized as the 2014 Washburn
University Family of the Year on Saturday, Sept. 20. They will be
honored during halftime Family Day celebration at the Washburn football
game against Pittsburg State University.
The mother/daughter duo, Anita Fry and Meredith Fry, both currently
enrolled at Washburn, nominated their family for this award because in
2014, four of the five Fry family members have beenmore...
Three student-written plays, performed by students as a script-in-hand
production, will be presented this weekend at the Andrew J and Georgia
Neese Gray Theatre in the Garvey Fine Arts Center.
“Open Book: Three original plays to wrap your mind around” features
“Petrol” by Cal Phoenix, “Stick Winter,” by Kerry Wright and “Choices”
by Austin Swisher.
Director Penelope Weiner said these three plays were chosen because theymore...
The Ichabod mascot will present the Best in Show Award at the Capital
City Classic Dog Show from 3:30-4:40 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 17 at the
Kansas Expocentre. The Capital City Classic Dog Show will have
approximately 1,200 to 1,400 dogs competing each day.
PHOTO OPPORTUNITY: 9:30 to 10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 14 Washburn President
Jerry Farley will join the Move Crew at the Living Learning Center.
From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 14, students will move in to
Washburn University with the help of the Washburn Move Crew. This
Washburn tradition invites Washburn students, student organizations,
faculty, staff, alumni and the Topeka community to roll up their sleeves
and help Living Learningmore...
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...