Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, and the war has not stopped since then.
College can be a time to explore different values and ethics. For some, that can be joining groups that align with their political, religious, cultural, or other values. Some may even form new groups.
Peter Newell, a district associate judge, and Karen Thalacker, a magistrate and attorney, will speak at a virtual program highlighting legal issues important to students to commemorate Constitution Day at Wartburg College on Sept. 17.
NICOLE HASEK, STUDENT SENATE REPORTER Wartburg Student Senate had its final meeting of the Fall Term on Thursday, Nov. 19. Information on the Leadership and Service Summit was given by guest speakers Dr. Theresa Moore, assistant director of the Institute for Leadership Education, and Dr. Michael Gleason, director of the Institute for Leadership Education and […]
In the Student Senate meeting on the morning of Thursday, Nov. 12, the new schedule for Winter Term was addressed by student body president Yusra Malik. Students will now start classes on Monday, Jan. 18.
“I am so proud of the efforts our team put forward to advocate for these mental health days that are now incorporated into the updated calendar,” Emma Williams, vice president of the student body, said after the email was released.
The establishment clause is the clause in the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution that prohibits the establishment of religion by Congress.
During the full senate meeting on the morning of Thursday, Oct. 29, the plan of adding mental health days to the winter term in place of Winter Break was passed. The executive team will have a meeting this afternoon with President Darrel Colson to present this resolution.
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.
According to a survey of 111 students conducted by the Trumpet, 96.4% of respondents will vote on Election Day.