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
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
April 22-26 Tour Week
Saturday, May 11 SOAR Day
Sunday, May 26, 1:30 p.m. Commencement
Friday, June 7 SOAR Day
Max Chinnah ’15, founder of Terraoak, is preparing a sales launch for a portable and smokeless cookstove that was originally designed while Chinnah was a Wartburg student for the Davis Projects for Peace program. Terraoak will donate cookstoves to farmers in rural Kenya, which could decrease the number of people who die each year from the respiratory ailments they suffer from cooking over an open fire in a confined space, according to the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
The Wartburg football team was picked to win the American Rivers Conference in the preseason coaches' poll, as reported by KWWL.
Pat Grau ’11 is a third-generation forester at a sawmill owned by his established by his grandfather in 1948, as reported by the Clayton County Register.
Jenny Kordick ’10 was named the first full-time executive director for Maine Outdoor Brands, a trade group that advocates for the state's outdoor recreation industry, as reported by Maine Biz.