The Wartburg College Symphonic Band will perform its spring concert on Saturday, April 6, at 2 p.m., in Neumann...Read more
When Wartburg College junior Josh Voigt speaks, those around him usually stop and listen. For starters, his South African...Read more
Robert Dise, associate professor of history at the University of Northern Iowa, will teach the final Keep on Learning...Read more
The Wartburg College Kantorei and Handbell Choir will present their annual spring concert Sunday, March 24. The free performance...Read more
Kenneth Lyftogt will present “Iowa: Free Child of the Missouri Compromise” during Wartburg College’s James W. Lynes Jr. Memorial...Read more
Wartburg College’s Opera Workshop and Players Theatre will offer Dale Wasserman’s “Man of La Mancha” on March 21 and...Read more
Two chamber groups from the 1st Infantry Division Band out of Fort Riley, Kansas, will perform at Wartburg College...Read more
April 22-26 Tour Week
Saturday, May 11 SOAR Day
Sunday, May 26, 1:30 p.m. Commencement
Friday, June 7 SOAR Day
Two Wartburg College student-led projects received $10,000 grants each from the Davis Projects for Peace to implement projects in Sierra Leone and Namibia, as reported by KGAN/Fox28.
Jordan LeClere ’11 and a friend are collecting bales of hay to help Nebraska farmers and ranchers affeted by the recent flooding, as reported by KWAY.
The Rev. Michael Burk ’77 had a guest opinion column encouraging people of faith to help find a solution to global climate change published in the Des Moines Register.
Duane Bierman ’00 reminisced about his own experiences traveling abroad with the Wartburg College band as he prepares to take his own band to Ireland, as reported by the Kearney Hub.