“Dictators and Dreamers,” an art exhibit by Jennifer Bates and Lindsey Buehler, is now on display at the Waldemar A. Schmidt Art Gallery located in the Bachman Fine Arts Center of Wartburg College.
NICOLE HASEK, STUDENT SENATE REPORTER Wartburg Student Senate had its final meeting of the Fall…
In the Student Senate meeting on the morning of Thursday, Nov. 12, the new schedule for Winter Term was addressed by student body president Yusra Malik. Students will now start classes on Monday, Jan. 18.
A film made on a budget of $60,000, with no set, no script, no on-set film crew and a six week filming schedule should be a recipe for disaster. Yet this film ended up being purchased for $1 million — making $250 million worldwide.
“I am so proud of the efforts our team put forward to advocate for these mental health days that are now incorporated into the updated calendar,” Emma Williams, vice president of the student body, said after the email was released.
Shaila Vera, a fourth-year Spanish major at Wartburg, spent the 2019 Fall Semester abroad in Alicante, Spain. Not only did she say she found it to be safer than the United States, but she also found it to be more accepting of her gender and Latinx heritage.
Three suites consisting of 22 students on Wartburg College’s campus are currently living in gender-inclusive housing (GIH). According to the policy, gender-inclusive housing allows students from different genders or sex to live in the same townhouses or suites.
The “Tremors” franchise graduated from being five movies too long to being six movies too long on Oct. 20, 2020. Some might disagree and say that it’s now seven movies too long, but I’ll give the original 1990 film some wiggle room (pun intended).
On the surface, it might seem simple: a movie about an obviously foreign man with a thick accent, a complete lack of understanding of American culture, and a humorously oblivious disposition. But is there more to “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm” than this derogatory stereotype of a character?
Eighty years after the original film by Alfred Hitchcock, director Ben Wheatley released his version of the classic “Rebecca” on Netflix.