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NEIDUSKI NAMED 18TH WARTBURG COLLEGE PRESIDENT

The Wartburg College Board of Regents introduced Rebecca Neiduski, dean of the School of Health Sciences at Elon University in Elon, N.C., as the 18th president of Wartburg College effective July 1, 2022.  

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WARTBURG STUDENTS AND WAVERLY COMMUNITY PARTNER TO FUND WATER WELLS IN AFRICA

he Wartburg Water To Thrive student organization have partnered with the Rotary Club of Waverly to fund three wells in the Daela and war-torn Tigray regions of Ethiopia.

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SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER IS MORE THAN THE WINTER BLUES FOR STUDENTS AT WARTBURG COLLEGE

Wartburg College licensed mental health counselor Molly Wertz says there are many symptoms attributed to Seasonal Affective Disorder.

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FROM CRITICAL THINKING TO HANDLING TIKTOK BRAIN WITH JILL WESTEN

ABBY DENAULT, TRUMPET GUEST WRITER Jill Westen currently holds the roles of Information Literacy Librarian as well as College Librarian and has been at Wartburg for 12 years. Westen came to Wartburg for the connections she could have with students. “I think that small private colleges, in general, are really good at making those connections to […]

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BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION CONTINUED AT WARTBURG

Black Student Union at Wartburg College has organized events that keep students, staff and faculty engaged on campus.

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SHOP BLACK-OWNED BUSINESSES ON THE WARTBURG COLLEGE CAMPUS FEB. 22

Wartburg College’s student-led Black Student Union and the Multicultural Student Services Office are hosting a Black Business Expo on campus Feb. 22, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.  

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VALENTINE’S DAY NOT LIMITED TO LOVERS

ABIGAIL DENAULT, TRUMPET GUEST WRITER Valentine’s Day has been a day for people to exchange gifts and express their love for each other. However, it often seems that couples are depicted as the only ones to enjoy the holiday. On Wartburg’s campus, students are finding ways to enjoy the holiday coupled or not.  Reagan Brooks, a […]

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KITTLE DEPARTURE

OLIVIA FOSTER, TRUMPET EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The impact of his Wartburg College colleagues will be something Dean of Students and Vice President of Student Life Daniel Kittle takes with him when he leaves in March. In November, the news was announced that Kittle will move to South Dakota to serve as president of Dakota Wesleyan University.   “The more […]

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ST. ELIZABETH’S BREADBASKET

Brayden Carlson, Guest Writer Hidden within the Student Life Offices here on Wartburg’s campus is St. Elizabeth’s Breadbasket. A food resource available to all students on Wartburg’s campus during all breaks including over the summer. St. Elizabeth’s Breadbasket was started during the difficult and abrupt breaks due to Covid-19; it was obvious that there was a […]

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TWO NEW CLUBS STRIVE TO TEACH NEW SKILLS

BY ABBY DENAULT, TRUMPET WRITER Two new clubs  — Table Tennis Club and Google Developer Student Club — are coming to campus this term. They were approved during Fall Term by the Student Senate. The organizations join more than 100 on campus for student involvement, according to the college website. Tate Jones, a second-year psychology major, is […]