Adrian Miller, award-winning author and executive director of the Colorado Council of Churches, will receive Wartburg College’s annual Graven...Read more
Karen Black, Wartburg College’s Rudi Inselmann Endowed Professor of Organ, will be the featured organist at the Bach’s Lunch...Read more
Wartburg College and the Gustav-Stresemann-Institute in Bonn, Germany, will host a daylong symposium offering “Perspectives on German-U.S. Relations: Pasts,...Read more
Jay Garaycochea will explore natural health options during the upcoming Keep on Learning community education series, beginning Thursday, March...Read more
The work of Christine Flavin will be on display in Wartburg College’s Waldemar A. Schmidt Art Gallery beginning Monday,...Read more
TEDxWartburgCollege will host its second annual event March 30, 9 a.m. to noon, in Knights Ballroom of Saemann Student...Read more
Accounting students at Wartburg College will offer the community free income tax assistance through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance...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.