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  • 11/12/18 9:24 am CST
         Topeka, Kan.- Bods Feeding Bods will host several events on campus this week to participate in Hunger and Homelessness Awareness week, which is traditionally held the week before Thanksgiving. All of these events are free and are open to the public.Oxfam Hunger BanquetTuesday, Nov. 13, 6 p.m.Kansas Room, upper level of Memorial Union     The Oxfam Hunger Banquet is an opportunity to get a visual representation of the different income levels of ourmore...
  • 11/5/18 10:32 am CST
         Washburn University gathered with representatives from Westar Energy today to announce a 20-year agreement for green energy produced by a new wind farm.  The university will be purchasing 4 megawatts of energy from the new 300-megawatt wind farm to be constructed in northeast Kansas.  That purchase will cover about 80 percent of the energy needs of the Washburn University and Washburn Tech campuses.  The new wind farm is expected to come online in the fourthmore...
  • 10/18/18 2:48 pm CDT
          Ed Note – We invite coverage but ask that members of the media check in with the event staff outside of the Washburn Room in the Memorial Union. Students whose parents have signed a photography release will have specially marked nametags and we will be happy to help you identify them.  We want to respect the wishes of those who choose not to have their children photographed.      Topeka Kan.– More than 250 girls will get a chance to try 20more...
  • 10/8/18 10:50 am CDT
    WHAT: Students from eight area high schools will participate in the Capital City Marching Band Festival Wednesday, Oct. 10. The Washburn University music department, with assistance from Manning Music, hosts this annual festival. The public is welcome and there is a fee to attend. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for children/students (with school IDs).WHEN: Wednesday, Oct. 10 at 6 p.m.WHERE: Yager Stadium at Moore Bowl on the Washburn campusWHO: Area high school students, Washburnmore...
  • 10/8/18 9:38 am CDT
                    Topeka, Kan. – Barry Grissom, former U.S. Attorney for Kansas, will give the annual Oliver L. Brown Visiting Scholar for Diversity Studies lecture. Grissom’s topic is “Our Continuing Obligation for Civil Rights.” The lecture is Tuesday, Oct. 9, from 12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., in the Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center on the Washburn University campus. This event is free and open to the public.  more...

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