Election updates as called by the Associated Press.
The Wartburg women’s soccer team on Nov. 7 received an at-large bid into the 2022 NCAA Division III tournament and will host the first two rounds.
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.
Wartburg College will celebrate the legacy of two longtime faculty with the naming of two student labs in the new Wuertz Health & Human Performance Center.
Campus Race to Zero Waste, formerly known as Recycle Mania, has begun on campus. The first week of the competition is already underway.
An aquaponics program developed by Wartburg College Professor Michael Bechtel is now available to all Iowa educators, thanks to the Iowa Governor’s STEM Advisory Council’s STEM Scale-Up Program.
A student debate was held in the McCaskey Lyceum Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 2. The debate was organized by the Student Senate Election committee one week before Wartburg students vote for a new student body treasurer, vice president and president for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Wartburg added new policies relating to symbols or signs of expression to the Wartburg Student Handbook, according to the Juice on Monday, Sept. 14.
ANNIKA WALL, TRUMPET CREATIVE DIRECTOR PHOTOGRAPHER’S FOREWORD: Members of the Waverly community hosted Pam Egli, district 32 candidate for the Iowa Senate, on Sunday at Kohlmann Park in Waverly, IA. Starting at 2 p.m., members held signs supporting the Black Lives Matter movement and protesting the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man shot […]
For the first time in 28 years Wartburg is not the American Rivers Conference (A-R-C) wrestling champion, but a Miller once again finds himself holding the crown, just not the conference’s most historic coach Jim Miller.