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  • 9/17/18 9:15 am CDT
    WHAT: Constitution Day is today, Monday, Sept. 17. In observation, Washburn University School of Law professor Davis Rubenstein will be discussing immigration laws and if they should receive special constitutional treatment.  In immigration cases, the Supreme Court’s normal rules of constitutional adjudication do not always apply. Should these laws receive special treatment for some purposes (e.g., federalism) but not others (e.g., rights)? Rubenstein will explore the transition betweenmore...
  • 9/12/18 10:39 am CDT
    Washburn University announced today that it has named William Finley as director of strategic analysis and reporting. Finley replaces Bob Handley who left Washburn to support a family business opportunity in Oregon.The strategic analysis and reporting department helps gather and analyze data for Washburn University.  In addition, they provide the data and information Washburn is required to provide to regulatory bodies at both the state and federal level.“I am very pleased to have Williammore...
  • 9/12/18 9:07 am CDT
    WHAT: Director and screenwriter Kevin Willmott will give a lecture Sept. 13 at 7:00 p.m. at the Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center at Washburn University. The title of his talk is "Ownership, Racism, and Film." The lecture is free and the public is welcome.Washburn University has been hosting four films by Kevin Willmott in preparation for this lecture – “Confederate State of America” (Monday, Sept.10), “Destination Planet Negro” (Tuesday, Sept. 11), “William Allen White: What’s the Matter withmore...
  • 9/11/18 11:07 am CDT
         Topeka, Kan. – The Washburn University College Republicans, College Democrats and the Young Americans for Liberty student organizations are joining forces to place 2,977 small American flags on the east Memorial Union lawn Tuesday, Sept. 11 in honor of Patriots Day and the lives lost in 2001. The memorial is part of the Young America's Foundation 9/11 Never Forget Project.     These students are also holding a moment of silence at 9:11 a.m. Sept. 11 in Carolemore...
  • 9/4/18 11:42 am CDT
    WHAT: The Auburn-Washburn Public Schools Foundation will be hosting one of the legends in using sports fame to advocate for human rights.  When John Carlos climbed onto the medal stand after his bronze medal win in the 1968 Mexico City Olympics, he stood in black socks with no shoes and raised a black-gloved fist as a symbol of the fight for human rights. On Thursday, Sept. 6, Carlos will speak before an audience of high school students from all five Shawnee County school districts alongmore...

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