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Tip of the week: If you don’t have your tickets for WU Stock: 150th Edition, get to the SAGL office RIGHT NOW! How often can you see a Top 40 band without even leaving campus? Don’t miss out!

Wednesday, April 15

Did you know Topeka is the first city in Kansas to offer a bike share program? Even better, Washburn students, faculty and staff can sign up at a discounted rate. Be at the Memorial Union porch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 15 for the official launch. Join in the first organized ride at 1 p.m. – from campus to the Topeka/Shawnee County Public Library and back. Learn more and sign up at http://www.topekametrobikes.org.

So much ART! Katie Child and Ashley Russell have their senior exhibitions up now in the Art Building galleries. The annual Student Exhibition is on display at Mulvane Art Museum. And so is some of Cheech Marian’s collection of Chicano art (PLUS: he’s coming to speak in May!), There are two other exhibits you don’t want to miss.

What are you into? Join in a meeting Wednesday: God’s Bods, WSGA and Non-Traditional Student Organization all have meetings this evening.

Want to learn more about Human Trafficking? Learn from students taking a class on the subject right now.  

C-TEL presents: The Art of Lecture.

Say hi to the future Ichabods here for Transfer Student Orientation.

Thursday, April 16

Are you registered for summer and fall classes? Do it! Learn about a tuition discount program on summer classes, too.

Kansas Correctional Association is hosting a one-day conference on campus today.

C-TEL presents a Teaching Technologies Workshop on Podcasting.

Help your fellow Ichabods. Apeiron is coming April 24 and a group of students want to know how you use social media. Answer this survey (5 minutes) and be entered for a chance to win a gift card from Ichabod Shop. See what they learned by attending their presentation.

Friday, April 17

C-TEL presents its Celebration of Teaching Excellence. Congratulations to all faculty and staff being recognized.

Philosophy Club meets today.

Don’t miss the Broadway duo of Washburn alumnus Jeff Kready and Nikki Renee Daniels performing at the special Broadway in the Heartland concert tonight at White Concert Hall. Learn more about their week-long visit to campus.

Catch the Washburn Theatre production of Tennessee Williams’s “The Glass Menagerie”  tonight.

Saturday, April 18

The Mulvane Art Museum and ArtLab are open today. Stop by, enjoy and create.

Don’t miss WU STOCK: 150th EDITION tonight! Lee Arena doors open at 7 p.m. Hot Chelle Rae will be joined by Clark Kelly and The Swift Kicks. Students, faculty and staff can purchase tickets for $5. Community members can purchase tickets for $20, either from the SAGL office or online. This is an all-ages show.

The Washburn Theatre production of Tennessee Williams’s “The Glass Menagerie”

Sunday, April 19 – Greek Week begins

No events are scheduled today.

Feeling swamped? Use the free resources right here on campus: Mabee Library’s Tutoring and Writing Center and the Washburn Psychological Services Center (Henderson 111) are here to help. You’ve got this!

Monday, April 20

Good luck, Ichabods golfers! The MIAA Tournament starts today. Learn more.

Congratulations to all School of Business scholarship recipients being recognized today.

C-TEL presents: Teaching Circle 12 – What the Best College Teachers Do.

Washburn’s food pantry, The Exchange, is open Monday 3-6 p.m. and Thursday 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Henderson 19. Want to volunteer or have a question? Email bodsfeedingbods@washburn.edu. Learn more at http://bit.ly/BodsFeedingBods.

Tuesday, April 21

Be sure to welcome the Junior Achievement Kansas students on campus today for a STEM symposium. These middle school and high school students are interested in careers in science, technology, engineering and math.

C-TEL presents: Teaching Circle 11 – Student Engagement Techniques.

Film Screening: The Hunting Ground

Congratulations to Washburn Leadership Institute students being recognized as the banquet tonight.

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