The Website is Back!


The website is back!

We apologize for the LONG delay.

Hoping to get our ducks in a row again as we enter the Spring semester!


DowntownLIVE – You don’t want to miss this.


Join fellow members of the Topeka community downtown for an exciting night at the first “Top City Thursdays” night! See downtown for yourself and imagine what it could be with the work of the “Capital District Project”! After exploring downtown, the “Kansan Grill” will be hosting an exclusive one-time only dance party that you don’t want to miss! Head downstairs and celebrate the end of the school year and Cinco De Mayo with a “Cinco De Mayo Dance Party” with DJ Whitebread and guest DJ “Blaundie”. Don’t miss out on the chance to win a “Best-of-Topeka” prize package, along with free t-shirts!

Click here to read more about this awesome event!



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Don’t miss out on our End-of-the-Semester event highlighting the “Capital District Project”! You’ll have the chance to spend time with the Topeka Community, then get your groove on at a special event downtown! More information will be coming! See our save the date announcement below!


Jayhawk Theater Revival Concert!

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Help Save a Treasured Landmark! Washburn Student Media is doing its part to make sure Topekans know about the historic Jayhawk Theater. This Saturday at the Break Room, 911 S. Kansas Ave., Student Media will host the “Jayhawk Theatre Revival Concert” with the hopes of helping fundraise restorations for the theatre. The event begins at 7p.m. A similar event was held in 2009 at the theater, but due to scheduling conflicts and planning issues, it is being hosted by the Break Room. This was decided only a short time ago, but current efforts involve extensive use of social media to get word out about the event. Regina Budden, Washburn Review Editor-In-Chief, knows that the idea was sprung upon the Break Room very quickly and thinks this shows their integrity.


Don’t be a Victim- Protect Your Bod!

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Find out how to stay safe in the capital city- it may be easier then you think! We’ve heard the stories, read the headlines, and wondered- is it possible to stay safe out there?! Safety is a concern with any college student, and certainly with Washburn students. What many students don’t know is that there are some simple (and often overlooked) things you can do to keep yourself from being a victim of crime! Hear straight from those in charge- the Topeka Chief of Police, and the Shawnee County District Attorney- about what you can do to stay safe, and what you can do should you become a victim of a crime! Of course, there will also be pizza, shirts, and prizes! The event is sponsored by the Washburn Student Government Association and Leadership Greater Topeka! Wednesday, April 13 Washburn A, Memorial Union 11 am