The Mulvane Art Museum, Washburn University, will present three art
exhibitions, Contemporary Reflections: Brown v. Board of Education After
Sixty Years, “Teach Your Children Well:” Shane Evans’ Images of African
American Resistance and Art for Social Change, to commemorate the
sixtieth anniversary of the Brown v. Board decision and the fiftieth
anniversary of the Civil Rights Act. “We are excited to participate in
this community conversationmore...
For the first time, Washburn students who have completed their initial
semester of college with a grade point average of 3.0 or higher will be
recognized formally by the university. The ceremony is the newest piece
of Washburn’s extensive First Year Experience program for student
Washburn’s First Year Experience (FYE) program is aimed at helping
students transition to college smoothly and ultimately succeed to
Finding the right volunteer opportunity in Topeka is now as easy as
touching a button for Washburn students.
Known as Washburn Engage, the 42-inch touch screen installed recently at
Mabee Library already displays the volunteer opportunities of more than
30 community partners. The number of partners continues to grow. The new
technology is unique to Washburn and is one of the first projects of the
campus-wide High-Impact Initiativemore...
Cellists of all ages and abilities will gather at Washburn University’s
White Concert Hall on Valentine’s Day to share their love of the
instrument and make music together.
The public is invited to attend a free concert at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb.
14 at White Concert Hall.
Sponsored by the Washburn Department of Music, the first I Heart Cello
Day will bring together cellists age 11 through adult. The musicians
Washburn University will celebrate 150 years of providing an education
to all people, regardless of ethnicity, gender or income. Founded on
February 6, 1865, Washburn has a rich history centered on the ideal of
providing an education to those who sought to improve themselves and the
world around them, a vision which continues to endure today. The
founding principles of the university are best expressed in Washburn’s
motto, non nobis solum, or “more...