At two in the morning on Sunday, October 18, security at Wartburg College received a report from a resident assistant that the Hebron 2 shower room was covered in graffiti — not the first instance of vandalism in the dorm in the last year.
Despite the effects of COVID-19 on travel, international enrollment has remained consistent at Wartburg.
Student Senate sent a survey via email to collect student testimonials regarding the information previously released about Winter Term at 8:06 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 19.
Starting when she was young, ethics wormed its way into Dr. Abbylynn Helgevold’s life and it became one of her biggest passions.
At a young age, Dr. Sean Coleman found his passion on the beaches of Florida. Spending days outside playing with living things eventually turned into conducting lab research on various organisms. Coleman knew that he was born to explore the field of biology.
Student Senate’s weekly Zoom meeting on Oct. 15 was heavily focused on contact tracing and testing for COVID-19.
Only 20% of undergraduate engineering degrees are awarded to women, according to a study conducted in 2016 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. That same study found that only 13% of the engineering field was made up of women.
Growing up, it seemed as though men were more passionate about sports than women. However, over the years, more women appeared to be getting involved in sports journalism.
“I don’t think I teach music,” Hancock said. “You’ll discover that what I’m teaching you is about life, not about music.”
As we grow closer to breaking the glass ceiling for women in politics, there are still many barriers that women face when it comes to running for office or voicing their opinions.