Wartburg College will have a performance of the Vagina Monologues. They serve as events to raise money for charities that work to combat gender violence, specifically violence against women.
On Monday, Jan. 28, a showing of the 2018 documentary, “Dark Money” was presented in the McCaskey Lyceum shedding light on how money from corporations is assisting candidates in political elections in today’s society.
Wartburg College might be adding a new student organization: Castle Jesters, a small group of students meeting to practice improvisation.
The Castle, Wartburg College’s official biannual literary magazine, is a studentrun publication designed to encourage interest in writing, art and photography.
Tyler Perry wrote, directed and produced the drama/thriller “A Fall from Grace.” It ended up being a large misstep in Perry’s career. Netflix released the film on Jan. 17.
A new gospel choir has launched at Wartburg College. Janet Irankunda sought to bring her experience and musical background to create something unique that Wartburg students from any background could enjoy.
High school students from all over the Midwest will gather at Wartburg College for the Meistersinger Honor Band, a long-standing Wartburg tradition and one of the college’s largest music festivals, on Feb. 1-2.
The Wartburg College Wind Ensemble has been selected to perform during the 2020 Iowa Bandmaster’s Conference at 5 p.m., Thursday, May 14.
“FAT: A Documentary” explores, attempts and proceeds to debunk the widely-believed notion that fat is always bad.
PHOTOS BY SOPHIE KONGABLE & JULIE DREWS