Amy Long ’10 is the site administrator for Mayo Clinic Health System in Fairmont, according to the Fairmont Sentinel.
Felicia Smith Nalls ’99 was named one of the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier's 20 Under 40 in the Cedar Valley for her commitment to diversity and culture in the Cedar Valley.
Zak Montgomery, assistant professor of Spanish, was named one of the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier's 20 Under 40 for his efforts recruiting and retaining Latino/a students and his service to the Spanish-speaking community in the Cedar Valley.
Nick Mitchell ’00, Grand View University head wrestling coach, received the United States Sports Academy Distinguished Service Award, according to The Sport Digest.
The wrestling team went 3-0 at the college's annual Desert Duals in Las Vegas, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Corey Tafoya ’93 was named the superintendent for Harvard Community Unit School District 50, according to the Northwest Herald.
President Darrel Colson was one of several area leaders discussing education and transition plans with Gov. Terry Branstad, who is expected to be named the U.S. Ambassador to China in 2017, as reported by KWWL.
The Des Moines Urban Studies Program's partnership with the University of Iowa's new Internship Village was featured in the Des Moines Business Record.
Lamont Muhammad ’06 told the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier that the premise for his book, "I Am," was developed as a student Wartburg.
Seth Hestness ’18 will represent the US and Wartburg College on Team Stars and Stripes in the eighth annual Tazón De Estrellas, as reported by the American Football International Review.
Katie Sommer ’18 was named of the top 10 point guards in the DIII athletics by d3hoops.com.
The wrestling team will be tested as one of six ranked teams at the Candlewood Suites Duals, as reported by TrackWrestling.com.
Edmond Bonjour ’83 was the recipient of the 2016 Outstanding International Leadership Program Director Award during the annual International Assocation of Programs for Agricultural Leaderhship, as reported by the Midwest Ag Journal.
The men's basketball team's narrow victory over Governors State was featured in the Southtown Daily.
The upcoming faculty art exhibit was featured in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Pat Hennes ’97 was named the Des Moines Sunday Register's All-Iowa Girls' Cross Country Coach of the Year.
The wrestling team beat Simpson 41-4, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Jesse Kielman ’17 won a last-minute write-in campaign to become a member of the Bremer County Water and Soil Conservation District Commission, as reported by KCRG.
IMPower, an empowerment program for young girls created by Jenna Haglund, visiting assistant professor of social work, was featured in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The wrestling team is entering its season with an eye toward its 13th national championship, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Millie Dieter ’55 was recognized by the Northeast Iowa Music Teachers Association for her 28 years of service to the organization, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The volleyball team is headed back to the NCAA Tournament following its win over Coe in the Iowa Conference Tournament, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The football team lost to Luther in overtime, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Football players Riley Brockway ’18 and Tyler Schager ’19 were featured in the Postville Herald.
Golfer Rochelle Beardsley ’17 earned a first place finish at the Iowa Conference championships and became the first golfer in conference history to repeat as MVP, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier. The team earned a second place finish.
The football team notched a 38-30 victory over Loras College, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The women's golf team held a one-stroke lead over Central College after the third round of play in the conference championships, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Jim Miller, coach emeritus, is a recipient of the Waterloo East High Homecoming Award, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The football team notched a 56-0 win over Finlandia in its home opener, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Matt Sacia ’18 and the football team will look for consistency heading into the home opener, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Mark Hubbard ’01, Brooke Trent ’04, and Zak Montgomery, associate professor in Spanish, are members of the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier's Class of 2016 20 Under 40, which honors "outstanding young people in the Cedar Valley who are making a difference in their work and personal lives to make the area a better place."
Jon Tehven ’58 was re-elected international president at the Sons of Norway's 2016 International Convention, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Erica Dynes '16 is a news and sports reporter at the Juneau County Star Times.
Head football coach Rick Willis talked about football in the Iowa Conference heading into the team's conference opener at newcomer Nebraska Wesleyan, as reported by the Lincoln Journal Star.
The football team rallied to a 38-28 victory over IIAC newcomer Nebraska Weslyan, as reported by the Lincoln Journal Star.
Eric Nuss ’00 talked about his business, the Dental Business Institute, which helps solo dental practitioners compete with larger corporate offices, with Forbes magazine.
Head football coach Rick Willis is confident his young team is ready to step up following the departure of 31 seniors, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Michael ’12 and Shea Kruger ’13 Jorgensen talked about their desire to set up a practice in rural Iowa in Medicine Iowa.
The football team was mentioned twice in this Des Moines Register article urging people to give DIII football a chance.
The football team's quarterback situation was discussed on Radio Iowa.
Rick Brooks '92, a math teacher at Johnston High School, was awarded a Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
The women's soccer team is the preseason favorite to repeat as the Iowa Conference champion, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Dr. Roy Ventullo, professor of biology, is helping cultivate yeast cultures for Lark Brewing in Waterloo, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Laurel Klinkenberg '81 was named the vice president for instruction at John Wood Community College, according to the Herald-Whig in Quincy, Ill.
Lee Nelson, director of choral activities, conducted a group of Iowa high school students in a moving rendition of "Battle Hymn of the Republic" to honor the remains of an American soldier and a uniformed soldier aboard their flight from Frankfurt, Germany, as reported by Fox News.
The Department of Biology provided several different animals for the Black Hawk County Fair Stem Festival, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Jennifer Loeb ’98 became the first Iowa woman to climb Mount Everest, as reported by the Des Moines Register.
Kaitlyn Behnken ’16 is an account coordinator at Amperage Marketing & Fundraising, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Chris Gustas has been named the new head men's and women's tennis coach, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
David Nelson '13 is an administrative intern at UnityPoint Health-Allen Hospital and is completing his master's degree in health administration at the University of Iowa, according to the Waterlo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Jennifer Kuennen ’16 is a workflow coordinator at Amperage Marketing, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Bob Bunting ’66 was inducted into the National High School Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame, according to the Mount Vernon-Lisbon Sun.
Alan Feirer ’91, found of Group Dynamic, was featured in the Des Moines Register's "Get to Know" column.
Kristina Lantzky-Eaton ’98 was named the interim provost and vice president for academic affairs at Hilbert College, according to the Buffalo News.
The college's virtual acoustic system in Neumann Auditorium will be featured at the IAVM's Venue Connect show, according to ET Now.
Connor Koppin ’13 was the winner of the 12th annual Competition for Young Composers and the $1,000 Nathan Davis Prize in Composition hosted by the Young New Yorkers' Chorus. His work will be premiered by the YNYC at its June concert.
Suzanne Heseman Behnke ’97 wrote an 'Ode to Cool Cookies' in the Des Moines Register.
Erica Dynes ’16 earned individual and team All-American honors at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track & Field Championships, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier and QCOnline. The women's team finished in 14th place overall, the top Iowa Conference performance for the event.
John Solem ’59 will by honored posthumously at an art show at the Thousand Oaks Community Gallery, according to the Thousand Oaks Acorn.
Bennett Moser ’16 reflected on his 12th place finish in the 10,000 meters during the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier. The story also includes an update on Courtney Sowle's and Jaclyn Stoakes' standings in the heptathlon.
Jaclyn Stokes ’16 and Courtney Sowle ’17 will represent Wartburg in the heptathlon at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Derek Peth ’09 will make his debut on ABC's The Bachelorette Monday, May 23, as reported by the Des Moines Register.
The baseball team ended its season with a 5-1 loss to Washington University of St. Louis in a regional match, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Sisters Annie ’16. Abbie ’16, and Katie ’16 Delagardelle were featured in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The baseball team rolled to an 8-0 victory over Westminister College in NCAA Division III regional action, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Professor Tammy Faux's May Term class Working with Different Abilities partnered with students at St. Paul's Lutheran School to train Retrieving Freedom service dogs, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The baseball team secured a two seed in NCAA Tournament Central Region and will face Rose-Hulman of Indiana in the opening round, as reported by Radio Iowa.
Courtney Sowle ’17 turned in a record-setting effort at the Iowa Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championships to win the heptathlon, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The women's golf team finished 12th in the NCAA Division III championships after the final round of play was rained out, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The women's golf team was in 12th place following the third round of play in the NCAA championships, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Derek Peth ’09 will attempt to win the heart of JoJo Fletcher on the next season of ABC's The Bachelorette, as reported by the Cedar Rapids Gazette.
The women's golf team slipped two spots to 12th after the second round of the NCAA Division III championships, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The women's golf team was tied for 10th following the opening day of the NCAA Division III championships, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Pitcher Taylor Gilson ’17 simple and relaxed approach to the season helped him lead the Knights to a regular-season title, according to the Cedar Rapids Gazette.
The softball team's season came to an end with a loss to Simpson in the Iowa Conference Tournament, as reported by KCRR.
Kaitlyn Baldridge ’13, a program assistant for The Lutheran World Federation in Jerusalem, was mentioned in a Living Lutheran article about former missionaries reconnecting with the Palestinian Lutheran community.
The men's tennis team unanimously voted to move up its meet against rival Central College when the players learned the Dutch's top player and captain was set to deploy on the day of the scheduled meet, according to KCCI.
The Wartburg Choir's performance at Lincoln's First-Plymouth Church received a positive review in the Lincoln Journal Star.
The baseball team split a doubleheader with conference rivals Luther College, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The men's tennis team beat the Martin Luther College team 7-2 according to the New Ulm Journal.
Justin Livingston ’17 was awarded at $5,000 2016-17 Rossing Physics Scholarship Honorable Mention award, according to Live Religion.
Andy Schroetter ’02 brought the high school choir he directs, Kammerchor, to visit campus and Dr. Lee Nelson, according to the New Richmond News.
Karen Thalacker '88, the college's pre-law adviser, wrote a guest editorial about a new state law that allows acquittals and dismissals to be removed from the Iowa Courts Online database for the Des Moines Register.
Gabrielle Larson ’17 talked about establishing the college's DUH-versity Knights hip-hop dance team with the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Stephen Klaassen '18 had his efforts to create a community, competition drumline chronicled in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Matt Townsley '04 talked about his dual role as chief academic officer and chief technology officer in the Solon Community school district with Education Week.
Dr. Michael Bechtel '94, assistant professor of science education at Wartburg, was one of 14 educators to be honored with a 2016 Kennedy Center/Stephen Sondheim Inspirational Teacher Award, as reported by the La Crosse Tribune.
Jack Denholm ’90 was named the director of athletics at Buena Vista University, according to the Sioux City Journal.
Kerry Hertel Boysen ’95 opened Restore Physical Therapy, a clinic that specializes in improving pre- and post-pregnancy problems and pelvic conditions, according to the Corvallis Gazette-Times.
Drew Wagonhoffer ’16 earned three All-American wrestling honors and some lessons on overcoming adversity as a wrestler at Wartburg, as reported by the New Jersey Herald.
Megan Karels ’16 talked about her decision to compete in the pentathlon with the Estherville Daily News.
The women's basketball team's run to the Final Four was "stranger than fiction," according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The women's basketball team's run to the Final Four was featured on KGAN.
The wrestling team's early lead at the NCAA Division III championships was featured in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, Cedar Rapids Gazette, and New Jersey Herald and on KWWL-7, CBS-2, and the NCAA and TeamUSA blogs.
The ups and downs of Drew Wagenhoffer's ’16 wrestling career—and his goal of becoming a three-time All-American—were featured in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The baseball team is the preseason favorite to win the Iowa Conference championship, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Dr. Tim Pearson ’90 was featured in the Des Moines Register's "You Should Get to Know" column. The chiropractor was recently named executive director of Friends of Iowa CASA.
Dan Wardell ’98 will host the new IPTV series "IPTV KIDS Clubhouse" according to IPTV. The show, which has been part of the station's annual festival for more than a decade, will be the first locally produced program in more than 20 years.
Lily Zheng ’17 was featured in a Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier article about Hartman Reserve's Maple Syrup Festival.
The women's basketball team advanced in the NCAA DIII tournament with a win over Wisconsin Lutheran, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Marcus Newsom, director of track and field and cross country, talked about the tradition of excellence in the track and field program with Next Level Iowa.
The women's basketball team earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Division III tournament and will play Wisconsin Lutheran, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The wrestling team earned its fourth-straight NCAA Central Regional championship and advance nine wrestlers tothe NCAA Division III national championships, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier and KCRG.
Tony Burbach ’82 will be inducted into the Dubuque Wahlert High School Hall of Fame, according to the Dubuque Telegraph Herald.
The wrestling team sent 10 nationally ranked wrestlers into the D-III Central Regional tournament, as reported by the Cedar Rapids Gazette.
The women's indoor track and field team earned its 14th consecutive conference championship, while the men's team earned a second place finish, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
"Drawing Inventory," a University of Iowa Museum of Art collection on display in the Waldemar A. Schmidt Gallery, was featured in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Nick Michael ’16 fought through childhood adversity to become a top-ranked wrestler in high school and college, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Men's basketball coach Dick Peth's drive for success on the court reaches back to his days as a player at the University of Iowa, according to the Cedar Rapids Gazette.
Wrestling coach Eric Keller was named the Ed Thomas Coach of the Week by KGAN/Fox 28.
Kimberly Morische ’12 had the story of her wedding proposal told in the Mason City Globe Gazette.
The baseball team will open the season ranked No. 20, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Russell Harris ’10, principal of the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy in Detroit, was featured in an ESPN video about the school.
Don Showalter ’74 earned his 600th career basketball win, according to the Iowa City Press Citizen.
The college's Unified Sports Day, a Special Olympics event, was featured in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The Rev. Dr. Kathryn Kleinhans, the Mike and Marge McCoy Family Distinguished Chair in Lutheran Heritage, weighed in on the meeting between Pope Francis and the Russian-Orthodox Patriarch Kyrill in an article for Deutsche Welle.
The wrestling team finished a perfect regular season and earned its 24th consecutive Iowa Conference title with a win over Loras College, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The wrestling team crowned eight champions at the Jim Fox Open at the University of Dubuque, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Melanie McQuaig '85 and her family traveled from Washington to get a first-hand look at the caucus process, as reported by KAAL-TV.
Nichole Lyons ’16 is the director for youth, family, and christian education ministry at St. John Lutheran Church in Nashua, according to the New Hampton Tribune.
Erin Moeller's ’00 journey to her third Olympic Trials was chronicled by the Des Moines Register.
Lalaina Rabary ’10 was named a Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier 20 Under 40.
Jill Westen, information literacy librarian, published an article in American Libraries touting the benefits of an instrument-loaning program, like the college's World Music Instrument Collection.
Steven Meirink ’99 was named executive vice president and general manager of Wolters Kluwer's Governance, Risk & Compliance division's Risk, Originations & Compliance business unit, according to Benzinga news service.
The wrestling team earned three more wins, including two shutouts, at the Iowa Conference Duals, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Dr. Suzanne Torkelson, professor of piano, will present the opening Classics at Montauk in Clermont, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Anabel Duarte Menifee ’07 is the associate director of admissions at Monmouth College, according to the Daily Review Atlas.
The men's basketball team's victory over the BVU Beavers was featured in the Storm Lake Pilot Tribune.
Simon Estes, artist-in-residence, will bring his Roots & Wings concert series to Black Hawk County, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Dan Digmann ’95 was inducted into the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's Volunteer Hall of Fame, according to the Morning Sun News.
The wrestling team crowned six champions at the Matman Invitational at Cornell College, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Matthew Wrage ’07 was a successful executive when he decided to take a leap of faith and open his own sawmill and custom furniture operation, as told by the Commercial Appeal.
The wrestling team beat Luther College and extended its IIAC winning streak to 182, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The Rev. Nathan Pipho '98, a Lutheran pastor in Quincy, Mass., was featured in the Waverly Democrat for his work at the intersection of religion and politics.
Ozzie Saxon '05 was inducted into the Kitsap Sports Hall of Fame, according to the Kitsap Sun.
Jeff Budlong ’02 was named the sports editor of the Sioux City Journal.
Steve Johnson, head cross country and assistant track and field coach, will retire at the end of the 2016 season, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Laura Tull Adams ’14 is fighting for her life in Iowa City following the birth of her first child. Her story was featured on KCCI.
The No. 16 women's basketball team was featured on d3hoops.com
The possibility of another wrestling championship was the focus of a blog post in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Gunner Tranel '16 reflected on the evolution of his football career with the Vinton Newspapers.
Rachel Thorson Mithelman ’77 was awarded the Faithfulness in Ministry Cross Award by Luther Seminary.
Tuesday, Oct. 31 500th Anniversary of the Reformation Celebration
Saturday, Nov. 11 Wartburg Science Symposium
Sunday, Nov. 12 Knights Priority Scholarship Day
Monday, Nov. 13 Journalism & Communication Visit Day
Quarterback Matt Sacia ’19 is one of four finalists for the 2017 Gagliardi Trophy, given to the most outstanding player in DIII, as reported by KWWL.
Dylan Binion's ’19 efforts on the football field were featured in the Quad City Times.
Several Wartburg students will be featured in the Cedar Valley Biennial Exhibition, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.