Student Senate’s weekly Zoom meeting on Oct. 15 was heavily focused on contact tracing and testing for COVID-19.
Draper shined on the basketball floor during her junior year, which earned her the opportunity to travel to Brazil in the summer of 2020 to represent the United States in Division-III women’s basketball. Then, the pandemic took that opportunity away.
President Donald J. Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, have contracted COVID-19, he announced early Friday morning on twitter
Due to COVID-19, the Career and Internship Fair will take place online through the student employment site Handshake.
After being moved from the beginning of the triathlon season to the end, TBK will commence with both virtual and in-person options at 9 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 10.
When envisioning her first year on campus, Grace Distler, first-year biochemistry major from Jesup, Iowa, did not think of having to pack face masks and extra hand sanitizer along with her dorm fridge.
Division III coaches and athletes are slowly adjusting the future of recruiting, training and competing in a world changed by COVID-19
In an email to the Wartburg community sent at 10:51 a.m. Monday, March 16 from President Darrel Colson announced classes will begin to move to remote modalities at the end of the day on Tuesday, March 17 and campus will remain open.
Classes at Wartburg College are still being conducted in person for the foreseeable future, as advised from the Bremer County Health Department, Iowa Department of Public Health and CDC, according to an email sent to the student body at 5:11 p.m. on Thursday, March 12, from President Darrell Colson.