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Giving back to Washburn has been a long, honored tradition for hundreds of former Ichabods who treasure their experience on campus. Among the alumni making an impact is Barbara Waterman-Peters, who worked for years as an adjunct and is a key figure in the North Topeka (NOTO) Arts District in the downtown area.
Waterman-Peters was on the board for NOTO when the city worked tirelessly to build a vibrant arts district north of downtown Topeka. The painter was the first artist to sign a lease on a studio in the district, which has grown steadily in the past year.
Read about Barbara Waterman-Peters and the impact she’s had.
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