More than 20 Wartburg College students and recent graduates were honored with an Iowa Broadcast News Association Award during...Read more
Robert Leonard, a senior sociology major at Wartburg College, is a recipient of the University of Tennessee’s J. Wallace...Read more
The 70th annual Easter Sunrise Service at Red Rocks Amphitheatre will feature musical performances by three Wartburg College professors...Read more
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
Saturday, May 6 SOAR Day
Sunday, May 28 Commencement
Monday, May 29 Memorial Day
Monday, June 5 SOAR Day
Maria Cortes ’20 talked about the immigration issue in southern Florida and her hope to help others like her, who are pursuing a college education through the DACA program, with Gulfshore Life.
The football team defeated the Ancona Dolphins of the Italian Football League in an exhibition match, as reported by American Football International.
Amir Matoufiazar ’18, of Iran, read from the Quran as a guest invocation at the Waverly City Council meeting, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Taylor Gilson ’17 pitched seven shutout innings against St. Louis Washington University just 11 days after surgery for a broken collarbone, as reported by the Cedar Rapids Gazette.