The Waverly Chamber Music Series (WCMS) is set to host the Mirandola Ensemble at 2 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 10, in the Narthex at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 301 1st Street NW.
Simply put, “Pony” by Rex Orange County is a delightful, innovative addition to the artist’s discography. With 10 songs and a running time of 33 minutes and 56 seconds, this is an average length for an album by today’s standards.
An 18-month digitization project undertaken by Wartburg College Archives and the Archives of Iowa Broadcasting has resulted in the digitization of 336 radio transcription discs from the AIB WHO Radio collection.
The Iowa Intercollegiate Honor Band Festival annually selects 100 students from across Iowa colleges to participate and in 2019 14 Wartburg students have been chosen.
The horror film history is full of controversy and blood. Horror flicks erupted in the grindhouse-era in the 1960s and 70s, while slasher maniacs governed the horror box office of the 80s. Halloween is a celebration of the macabre, a nod to the dark side of human nature, and this is heavily expressed through films.
“Breaking Bad” is an incredibly popular show that follows Walter White, a chemistry teacher that turns to meth as a way to make money for his family after he is diagnosed with lung cancer.
At first glance, Hulu’s new original Halloween movie, “Uncanny Annie,” seems like a stereotypical horror flick. It follows the same basic storyline as just about every other movie of its kind.
LIAM EASLEY, A&E EDITOR Not a sound beyond the soft hum of the tractor pulling the hayride echoed through the dark forest. The sudden revving of a chainsaw caused the passengers to look around frantically, eyes settling on a man chasing the tractor-pulled trailer, coming close before giving up pursuit. The smell of exhaust forcedContinue reading “REVIEW: GET IN THE HALLOWEEN SPIRIT WITH A HAUNTED HAYRIDE”
October is a month filled with many Halloween and Fall festivities. While Waverly has no haunted houses, there are some attractions within the area for students to visit during the spooky season.
Previous Orchestra Director Jacob Tews left Wartburg’s music faculty in August and Sam Stapleton, the new visiting strings professor from Iowa City, joined the faculty.