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Wall Street Journal Subscription
Daily Diary of the American Dream: Campus Subscription for the Wall Street Journal

For almost 150 years, The Wall Street Journal has been the leader in covering world business news, markets, politics and culture. Both the newspaper and the numerous data sources associated with it are key resources used by students and faculty as they learn about business and the economy in their classes. In a world where journalistic integrity is sometimes questioned, the WSJ has stood out as being true to its mission of providing accurate and timely information. Funding sought for this project will make a free subscription to the WSJ and its myriad of web resources a continued reality for our entire campus.

Highest Number of Gifts
Gifts of any size matter, and they all add up to make a major difference at Washburn University. These projects or funds have the highest number of gifts making an impact today!
Rank Prize Fund Designation Gifts
1 $1,500 Student-Athlete Advisory Committee 88
2 $1,250 Mass Media Program Enhancements 71
3 $1,000 Ichabods Moving Forward 60
4 $750 LinC Bonner Scholars 56
5 $500 Project Non Nobis Solum 54
Highest Dollar Total
Your generosity shapes Washburn University's future and the opportunities available to students. Thank you for giving to these projects and departments!
Rank Prize Fund Designation Raised
1 $1,500 Saying Yes - Business Dean's Fund $15,200.00
2 $1,250 School of Law Dean's Fund for Excellence $7,055.00
3 $1,000 School of Business General Scholarship Fund $6,830.00
4 $750 Tennis $5,600.00
5 $500 Diverse Elementary Teacher Initiative $4,685.00
School of Business Wall Street Journal Match
Mark Yardley, bba ’77, will match dollar-for-dollar up to $2,500 toward the School of Business, Wall Street Journal fund.
$1,000 MATCHED
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