The American Rivers Conference (A-R-C) will cancel spring season competition due to COVID-19, according to a statement released by the A-R-C at 10 a.m., Friday, March 13. The cancellation included regular season, championships and awards. The A-R-C is currently awaiting news from the NCAA regarding lost eligibility for student-athletes affected by the pandemic. In response, […]
The Wartburg women’s basketball team defeated Loras in overtime this past week. They’re now set to play Loras again in the ARC Championship, tomorrow, Feb. 29, at 4pm.
Two Wartburg sports legends, Coach Bob Amsberry and Emma Gerdes were honored for their major milestones in their sports careers.
The Wartburg wrestling team fell to Loras College losing their 27-year streak as conference champions.
The recent rankings of the Iowa animal welfare laws were released to the public. Colin Grace, a prosecutor for the Animal Rescue League of Iowa, shares what needs to be done in order to make Iowa a safer place for our furry friends.
Wartburg updated its password policy to tighten cyber security last week. Many students wonder why the change was necessary.
The Iowas State Singers stopped by the Wartburg Chapel on a recent run-out tour. They were joined by the Wartburg Choir as they put on an hour and a half of beautiful choral music.
Wartburg BSU has been the host of some recent events celebrating Black History month on campus. Their most recent event, “Does My Black Life Really Matter?” brought awareness to what’s going on in the black community.
The student senate election results are in: Yusra Malik and Emma Williams will be the Student Body President and Vice-President for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Wartburg College Service Trips rank at #2 in the nation for the percentage of students that serve on trips. Third-Year Mattie Barr and Director of Community Engagement Kristin Teig-Torres talk about the impact of these service trips.