Two Wartburg College student-led projects have each received $10,000 Davis Projects for Peace grants. Junior Amit Bharam will return...Read more
Alexa Schmitz’s list of service experience is long. From a two-year stint as student director of Wartburg College’s Volunteer...Read more
The Wartburg Community Symphony will close its season Saturday, April 8, by beginning a multiyear journey through all nine...Read more
More than 1,400 Wartburg College students, alumni, faculty, staff and supporters helped the college set a new record for...Read more
The social justice of hip-hop artist Macklemore, anxiety in hamsters and a student-designed hair salon wheelchair lift will be...Read more
Wartburg College’s Senior Exhibition 2017 will showcase works from four students beginning Tuesday, April 11. A reception will be...Read more
Two Wartburg College music ensembles will perform Saturday, April 8, in the Wartburg Chapel. The show, featuring the Castle...Read more
The Wartburg College Wind Ensemble will give a free home concert Sunday, April 9, at 2 p.m. The performance...Read more
Thursday, Jan. 4 Winter Classes Begin
Friday, Jan. 19 Waverly premiere of "This Day Forward"
Sunday, Jan. 21 Knights Priority Scholarship Day
Saturday, Feb. 17 Chemistry and Physics Demo Show
The annual Drag Show, sponsored by Alliance, was featured in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Wrestling coach Eric Keller shared his excitement about leading his Knights to another national championship and the anxiety that comes just hours later as he looks forward to 2019 with the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The Wartburg women’s basketball team defeated East Texas Baptist, 65-61, to advance to the Final Four this Friday in Rochester, Minn., as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier, KWWL, and CBS/FOX 28.