“Ichabods Unleased is Washburn University’s 2014 Homecoming theme, which
will begin Monday, Oct. 13 and feature daily activities leading up to
the parade at 10 a.m. around campus and the Washburn football game
against Missouri Western State University Saturday, Oct. 18.
As Homecoming preparations continue through the summer and early fall,
learn more details at washburn.edu/homecoming or
University Homecoming onmore...
Washburn University and Heartland Visioning are excited to announce a
partnership that will allow two people to register for the cost of one
registration to participate in a day-long conversation on poverty
alleviation in our community.
The inaugural Topeka Community Conversation on Poverty will take place
June 11 at the Washburn University Memorial Union. Register online at washburn.edu/tccop.
Lunch is included in the cost ofmore...
Washburn University President Jerry Farley announces the appointment of
Marc B. Fried as university legal counsel.
Fried comes to Washburn from St. Louis (Mo.) Community College, where he
served as general counsel. Fried’s previous posts have included
associate at Armstrong Teasdale LLP and county counselor and first
assistant in the prosecuting attorney’s office, Jefferson County, Mo.
“We are delighted a person with this levelmore...
Forty-five students were inducted recently into the Ichabod Chapter of
the National Senior Honor Society of Mortar Board at Washburn University.
Mortar Board, Inc. is a national honor society which recognizes college
seniors for distinguished ability and achievement in scholarship,
leadership and service. Founded in 1918 as the first national
organization honoring senior college women, the Society opened its
membership to men in 1975.more...
Delia Gillis, director of Africana Studies and professor of history and
anthropology at the University of Central Missouri, will moderate of
panel discussion on the exhibition “Contemporary Reflections: Brown v.
Board after Sixty Years,” at 6 p.m., Tuesday, April 8 at the Mulvane Art
The panel will consist of artists represented in the exhibition, who
include painters Lonnie Powell and Michael Toombs, fiber artists Nedramore...