In the News

January 2019

The college is offering a new scholarship for students of Deutsch Amerikanischer National Kongress members, as reported by KWWL

Allix Williamson ’16 recently took over as director of operations for the Campbell University wrestling team, as reported by the Fort Dodge Messenger

The men's and women's basketball teams swept Central in a doubleheader, as reported by KNIA/KRLS and the Oskaloosa News

Two Wartburg alumni were chosen by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier for its "20 Under 40" honors. Lamont Muhammad '06, a teacher at Irving Elementary in Waterloo, is reaching students through hip-hop, as reported by the CourierMatt Lamos '06, owner of East Bremer Diner in Waverly, helps his staff and community thrive, as reported by the Courier.

The wrestling team looks to finish on top at the NWCA National Duals in Louisville, Ky., as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier and Cedar Rapids Gazette

Kiera Benge-Shea ’16 was one of several students whose research was recognized at the DMU Research Symposium on Dec. 6. Benge-Shea, who is studying to become a doctor of podiatric medicine completed research on “Surgical Management of Hallux Abducto Valgus Deformity with Concomitant Second Brachymetatarsia.”