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Tip of the week: Does your family bleed Washburn blue? Nominations currently are being accepted for the 2015 Washburn Family of the Year, announced at Family Day. Get a nomination form and submit yours by Sept. 14. Learn more about Family Day activities: www.Washburn.edu/family-day.

Wednesday, Aug. 26

Walking Ichabod, facing right, blueWashburn students who traveled to Peru in May discuss their photography exhibit at a gallery talk today at noon in the Art Building gallery. The exhibit, Peruvian Dreams, will remain on display through Sept. 15.

Enjoy yoga? Catch Yoga on the Lawn today and every Wednesday at 12:10 between Carole Chapel and the Memorial Union. SRWC provides mats. Just bring your iCard.

God’s Bods and Catholic Campus Center host a Mass and Waffle Bar tonight.

Washburn 150 logoThere are two success workshops today, on creating a great study environment and math. Get the full schedule at www.Washburn.edu/workshops.

There’s still time to get your ticket to #WashburnAtTheK (www.royals.com/washburn). And Alumni Association buses have some seats left, too. Act now!

Thursday, Aug. 27

Washburn 150 logoThere are three art exhibits at the Mulvane Art Museum this week and one, a WTE photography exhibit, at the Art Building gallery. Check them out!

Faculty: C-TEL hosts an informal new faculty meet and greet this afternoon.

There are three success workshops today, on communicating with faculty, online courses and tech-based organization. Get the full schedule at www.Washburn.edu/workshops.

Walking Ichabod, facing right, blueGod’s Bods and Catholic Campus Center host Stations of the Cross and Grilled Cheese tonight.

Participating in Sorority Recruitment? Plan to attend an informational meeting in the Kansas Room (upper level, Memorial Union) at 7 p.m.

Friday, Aug. 28

Washburn 150 logoToday is the last day to enroll in a course without a late fee. Take care of it on http://www.MyWashburn.edu.

There are three success workshops today, on online courses, time management and transitioning from high school to college. Get the full schedule at www.Washburn.edu/workshops.

Faculty: C-TEL presents its fall kickoff!

Walking Ichabod, facing right, blueLove cupcakes? We do, too. We’re celebrating the real Ichabod Washburn’s birthday (Aug. 11) and National Bowtie Day with cupcakes, presented by Dr. Farley. First come first served, Memorial Union, 11:30 a.m.

Washburn Theatre hosts auditions tonight and Saturday for Into the Woods. Contact the department for more information.

KTWU presents Lights, Camera, Mystery and Mayhem tonight!

Saturday, Aug. 29

Walking Ichabod, facing right, blueWashburn Theatre hosts auditions beginning at noon for Into the Woods. Contact the department for more information.

Mulvane Art Museum and its ArtLab are open 1-4 p.m. today. Check out the three current exhibits or make something of your own.

Washburn 150 logoThe Spitz Planetarium at Stoffer Science Hall will be open today 3-4 p.m.

Sunday, Aug. 30

There is a success workshop today about math. Get the full schedule at www.Washburn.edu/workshops.

Monday, Aug. 31

Watch for some exciting news today from Washburn Tech.

Washburn 150 logoAre you registered for the Chipotle Ethics success workshop today at noon? No registration needed for workshops on in-class participation and online classes. Get the full schedule at www.Washburn.edu/workshops.

Washburn welcomes former Congressman Jim Slattery to campus today. He will offer insights into Iran at 6:30 p.m. at Mabee Library. The presentation and a reception at 6 p.m. are open to the public.

Check out the night sky at the Crane Observatory Open House. Ichabods have used the telescope since the 1880s and it’s amazing!

Tuesday, Sept. 1 -- #WashburnAtTheK

There are three success workshops today, on technology, Mabee Library resources and math. Get the full schedule at www.Washburn.edu/workshops.

Night at the K graphicJoin your fellow Ichabods for Washburn Night at the K. Watch the Royals with some special Washburn twists. If you’re there – or watching the game from somewhere else – follow and share with #WashburnAtTheK.

Plan ahead:
Washburn 150 logoThe Bow Tie Experience, the annual Washburn activities and majors fair, is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 2 in the Memorial Union. Be sure you use #Bowtie15 on social media during the day to get in on some great prizes and fun.

Shawnee County’s Largest Workout begins at 6 p.m. Sept. 2 at Yager Stadium at Moore Bowl. There is no cost and no RSVP is required.

Washburn W logoHeads up: Women’s soccer home opener is Sept. 3, 6 p.m. at Yager Stadium; Volleyball home opener is Sept. 4, 1 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. at Lee Arena.

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