“Sound the Trumpets!,” featuring master trumpeters Vince DiMartino and John Foster, will headline the Wartburg College Trumpet Festival finale...Read more
Diane Beane will be the featured organist at Wartburg College’s Bach’s Lunch organ recital series Friday, Nov. 9. The...Read more
Vicki Edelnant and Norma Caquelin will review what musical theater teaches us about history at Wartburg College’s next Keep...Read more
The Wartburg College Wind Ensemble will present its annual fall concerts Nov. 3-4. The band will perform at 7:30...Read more
The Wartburg College Board of Regents recently announced one new member. Mike Murphy, a 1989 graduate from Ankeny, was...Read more
Caryn Riswold will be inducted as Wartburg College’s Mike and Marge McCoy Family Distinguished Chair in Lutheran Heritage and...Read more
Wartubium, Wartburg College’s tuba and euphonium ensemble, will present its fourth annual Octubafest on Sunday, Oct. 28. The concert...Read more
The work of Peter Goche, an assistant professor in architecture at Iowa State University, will be on display in...Read more
July 30-Aug. 3 Worth It Week
Aug. 25-28 New Student Orientation
Wednesday, Aug. 29 First Day of Classes
Oct. 18-21 Homecoming & Family Weekend
Itonde Kakoma ’03, programme director with the Crisis Management Initiative, moderated a discussion and panel of global leaders, including former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, about a more sustainable world for future generations.
Matt Sacia ’19 has led the Knights for the last three seasons and now stands as one of the college's best quarterbacks, as reported by the Quad City Times.
The women's cross country team finished third at the NCAA Division III Central Regional Championships and received an at-large bid to the Division III Cross Country Championships at the University of Wisonsin-Oshkosh next weekend, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier. Carina Collet ’21 won the race with a time of 21:45.9.