Student journalists from Wartburg College a number of school records at the 2020 Iowa College Media Association (ICMA) awards on Friday, February 7th in Des Moines, Iowa and brought home a total of 52 awards and 21 first-place finishes
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.
The Student Senate Debate was comprised of six Wartburg students who had the opportunity to explain why they should be the candidates chosen to represent and lead the student body for the next school year.
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.
TEDxWartburgCollege brought in inspiring speakers for their third annual event at Wartburg College. There were seven speakers, including third-year Wartburg student Brittany Strause.
Dr. Lindell has been a history professor for 36 years. He has recently been appointed to be a at large board member for the board of trustees for the state historical society of Iowa.
Following a 24-12 victory over the No. 5 Coe College Kohawks on Thursday, Jan. 30, the focus for the No. 1 Wartburg wrestling program lies squarely on their most historic rival: the No. 2 Augsburg Auggies.
His strength was highlighted by a third-place finish last year at the national meet, and drives him toward higher expectations as he moves into a leadership role as an upperclassman.
Wartburg Wrestling head coach Eric Keller stops into the studio to talk about Wartburg Wrestling’s season thus far, the Knights reclaiming the No. 1 ranking and how the program has approached moving forward after the death of wrestling legend and wartburg alum Kenny Anderson.