On March 18, Wartburg College President Darrel Colson told students to return home. Many of the college’s 1,505 students packed and left within the day — international students were not able to take the same action.
Wartburg College administration is “highly recommending that all students return to their family homes as…
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.
SILVIA OAKLAND, TRUMPET EDITOR-IN-CHIEFNATHAN STEPHANY, KV NEWS DIRECTOR What is Wartburg College’s plan for completing…
SILVIA OAKLAND, TRUMPET EDITOR-IN-CHIEF “My family and I decided it would be best for me…
We have been given several updates from the president the past few weeks about how there weren’t any cases in Iowa and international news. They also put a travel ban on the level 3 countries and this week they officially canceled all university-sponsored international travel over spring break.
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.
Around 45% of college students in the U.S. have food insecurities at some point during, according to NBC News. Food insecurity is the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable and nutritious food, and more than 800 million people live every day with hunger or food insecurity as their constant companion.
After hours of waiting, on Wednesday, Feb. 12, Yusra Malik, third-year neuroscience major, and Emma Williams, thirdyear graphic design and studio art double-major, were elected as student body president and vice president respectively for the 2020-21 academic year.
Wartburg College has been selected as a Military Friendly School for 2020-21. The list provided a comprehensive guide for veterans and their families using data sources from federal agencies, veteran students and proprietary survey information from participating organizations.