‘WHERE IT USED TO BE BLUE’ OPENS OCT. 31 IN WALDEMAR A. SCHMIDT ART GALLERY
The work of Rachel Moser, an artist and Eastern Kentucky University professor, will be on display in the Wartburg College Waldemar A. Schmidt Art Gallery beginning Oct. 31.
WARTBURG STUDENTS’ RESEARCH PUBLISHED IN MICROBIOLOGY JOURNAL
Three Wartburg College students had their research on bacteriophages published in the American Society for Microbiology journal Microbiology Resource Announcements.
TICKET SALES BEGIN NOV. 1 FOR 76TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS WITH WARTBURG
The 76th annual Wartburg College Christmas with Wartburg performance, “Night of Wonder,” will showcase the talents of more than 300 student musicians through music, art and word at concerts Dec. 2-4 in West Des Moines and Waverly.
WARTBURG COLLEGE DINING SERVICES RECEIVES INCLUSIVE EMPLOYER RECOGNITION
The Larrabee Center has recognized Wartburg College Dining Services as a 2022 Inclusive Employer.
NATIONAL BOOK AWARD WINNER ESPADA TO SPEAK AT WARTBURG SYMPOSIUM
Martin Espada, winner of the 2021 National Book Award for Poetry, will speak at the annual Michaelson, Briner & Kildahl Literary Symposium on Thursday, Nov. 3, at Wartburg College.
KAMMERSTREICHER TO PERFORM FALL CONCERT OCT. 25
Wartburg College Kammerstreicher will offer its fall concert Tuesday, Oct. 25, at 7:30 p.m. in the Wartburg Chapel. The concert is free and open to the public.
WARTBURG NAMES MADLOCK FIRST ASSOCIATE DEAN OF INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY
Krystal Madlock has been named the first associate dean of inclusive community at Wartburg College.
TAI VERDES HEADLINES LARGE EVENT
The Large Event this year will be headlined by Tai Verdes, best known for songs “A-O-K” and “Stuck in the Middle,” according to an announcement by ETK.
COVID-19 PANDEMIC STILL DISRUPTING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AT WARTBURG
The number of international students has decreased at Wartburg College, with the global pandemic affecting the ability of some to come to the U.S. to study.