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Zombie Apocalypse Survival Debate at Washburn, April 2

If the zombie apocalypse were to wipe out half of the population, who would you choose to be the new leader? Six Washburn University faculty members will take part in the Zombie Apocalypse Survival Debate at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 2 in the Bradbury Thompson Alumni Center, Washburn campus. The debates will be set up bracket-style with an exciting twist during the final rounds. Also enjoy zombie trivia from zombie television shows and movies. The event is free and open to the public.

Learn which faculty member things they are the best equipped, due to their specific discipline area, to be the leader of the new world, post zombie apocalypse. Faculty taking part in the debate include, Kellis Bayless, lecturer, biology; Shirley Dinkel, director, Student Health Services and associate professor, School of Nursing; Karen Kapusta-Pofahl, lecturer, sociology and anthropology; John Paul, associate professor, sociology and anthropology; Harrison Watts, associate professor of law enforcement and security, criminal justice and legal studies; and Corey Zwikstra, assistant professor, English.


John Dahlstrand, assistant dean, Center for Student Success and Retention, 785-670-1972
Amanda Hughes, university relations, 785-670-2153