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ARTS FISHING CLUB RETURNS TO CAMPUS, LARGE EVENT ANNOUNCED

The campus lawn was filled Sept. 9 with the indie folk rock musical stylings of Arts Fishing Club, which made their third appearance at Wartburg College.

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WARTBURG SENIOR AWARDED R.J. MCELROY GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP

Wartburg College senior Rocio Amaro Marquez is one of two students to receive an R.J. McElroy Graduate Fellowship.

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SVENSON RETURNS TO WARTBURG AS SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR

A familiar face will return to the Wartburg College Sports Information Office in June when KatieJo Svenson once again assumes the title of sports information director.

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WARTBURG STUDENTS TO SHARE HERITAGE, TALENTS DURING CULTURE WEEK

Wartburg College’s International Club will offer a variety of events showcasing some of the many cultures represented on campus during the annual Culture Week celebration, May 2-7.

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WARTBURG ALUMNA LEAVES THE COLLEGE $1.5 MILLION

A Wartburg College alumna and longtime Waterloo resident gifted her alma mater $1.5 million from her estate.

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WARTBURG COLLEGE TO OFFER INAUGURAL SUMMER MEISTERSINGER CHAMBER STRING CAMP

Wartburg College’s inaugural Meistersinger Chamber String Camp for students in sixth grade and up will feature workshops with guest artists from June 26 to 29.  

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SENATE RECAP: BY-LAWS APPROVED, MANORS TO SEE RENOVATIONS

The Wartburg Student Senate met for the final time of Winter Term on Thursday, April 14. The main highlight of this meeting was the approval of the revised Senate by-laws.

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WARTBURG COLLEGE HONORS 3 YOUNG ALUMNI WITH AWARDS

Wartburg College recently recognized three outstanding young alumni for service to their communities.

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SENATE RECAP: COUNSELING SERVICES AT WARTBURG

The April 7 Student Senate meeting was headlined by Stephanie Newsom from Wartburg’s counseling services coming to talk to Senate about what counseling services does and their role on campus. 

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VOLLMER RESIDENTS FACE HOUSING CHANGES FOR RENOVATIONS

 Ninety Wartburg first year students as well as those across all years have had the added stress of moving this month due to renovations in Vollmer Hall.