There’s a change coming to a longtime tradition: no homecoming court.
Anshika Singh, a 2021 Wartburg College graduate, is the recipient of the college’s Robert C. Gremmels Graduate Fellowship.
The Wartburg community will keep wearing masks inside college buildings – classrooms, dining areas and communal areas. Masks are not required in larger areas, according to a recent change.
There was a recent change to the Pathways Center, which has reorganized into the Academic Resource Center (ARC) and the Student Success Center (SSC).
On April 26, 2021, Lewis “Buzz” Levick died at age 94. His legend extended off the court. Levick was not just known as a good basketball coach though, he was a mentor and friend.
More than 400 tenors and basses will join in a day of singing and voice master classes at RitterSing, a Wartburg College music festival that culminates with a finale concert on Saturday, Oct. 2, at 5 p.m., in Neumann Auditorium.
Darrel Colson, the 17th president of Wartburg College, announced today that he will retire at the end of the academic year, bringing to close a 13-year tenure that started on July 1, 2009.
Masks are no longer required in hallways and other large spaces where social distancing is possible, the Wartburg College Campus Health Recovery Team said in its latest mask update.
Peter Newell, a district associate judge, and Karen Thalacker, a magistrate and attorney, will speak at a virtual program highlighting legal issues important to students to commemorate Constitution Day at Wartburg College on Sept. 17.
Judge Robert Pratt, a federal judge, ordered the state of Iowa to halt the enforcement of a law Governor Kim Reynolds passed in May. The judge’s order is to be put in effect immediately.