Four members of the Cedar Valley chapter of the American Guild of Organists will be featured at Wartburg College’s...Read more
Twenty-nine Wartburg College students and recent graduates were recognized for their work with student media at the annual Iowa...Read more
A collection of fiber art and sculptures by Catherine Reinhart, an award-winning interdisciplinary artist based in Iowa, will be...Read more
Jeremy Bankson, the director of music at a church in Dublin, Ohio, will be featured at Wartburg College’s first...Read more
The Wartburg Community Symphony will observe the 100th anniversary of George Gershwin’s iconic “Rhapsody in Blue” during its third...Read more
In December, several Wartburg College students teamed up with the World Grace Project to help create public service announcement...Read more
Wartburg College has recognized 484 students who were named the 2023 Fall Term Dean’s List. The list honors students...Read more
Craig Hella Johnson, a critically acclaimed composer, arranger, educator and conductor, will receive Wartburg College’s annual Graven Award on...Read more
Prolific author Linda McCann will share local stories from “Lost Towns of Iowa” during Wartburg College’s first Keep on...Read more
Jan. 16, 2023 MLK Day of Service
Jan. 16-20, 2023 Exploring Majors Week
Feb. 19, 2023 Scholarship Day
Feb. 20-23, 2023 Exploring Majors Week
The College and Black Student Union partnered to bring Rodney Lewis of Rodney's Kitchen in Waterloo to campus to prepare a traditional Black meal for dinner in Mensa as part of the College and organization's celebration of Black History Month, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Maribel Lopez ’10 has been named the head of PBS Digital Studios, where she will oversee the station's efforts to further drive content delivery and audience development across multiple digital platforms.
Ethan Schellhorn ’25 was one of eight college students to receive the MercyOne Friends of Waterloo Medical Center scholarship for 2021, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
Silvia Oakland ’21 is serving as the in-kind gifts officer for N Street Village in Washington, D.C., as volunteer for the Lutheran Volunteer Corps.