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
Cliff Brockman, Wartburg College professor emeritus, was recognized by the Iowa College Media Association with its prestigious John Eighmey...Read more
The Wartburg College Symphonic Band will perform Friday, Feb. 15, at 7 p.m., in Neumann Auditorium. The band will...Read more
Melody Turnquist-Steed will be the featured organist at Wartburg College’s Bach’s Lunch organ recital series Friday, Feb. 15. The...Read more
A $150,000 challenge grant, provided by O. Jay and Pat Tomson of Mason City, will support scholarships for students...Read more
Wartburg College has been selected as a 2019-20 Military Friendly School by a military media firm. The list, compiled...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
Though the Wartburg football team boasts 27 returning seniors and was picked to finish first in the conference in a preseason poll, the battle for a new starting quarterback is expected to continue into the start of the season, as reported by the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier.
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.