Yusra Malik and Emma Williams became the first entirely female ticket to be elected student body president and vice president Wednesday, Feb. 12.
After months of proceedings and hearings following the impeachment by the House of Representatives of President Donald J. Trump on Dec. 15, the senate moved to acquit the President of both articles of impeachment on Feb. 6.
Six Wartburg students took to the debate floor to explain why each should become the chosen representatives and leaders of the Wartburg student body for the 2020-21 school year.
With the upcoming 2020 Presidential election, college students are becoming more politically active, including at Wartburg College.
On Monday, Jan. 28, a showing of the 2018 documentary, “Dark Money” was presented in the McCaskey Lyceum shedding light on how money from corporations is assisting candidates in political elections in today’s society.
A mock presidential caucus will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday evening, Jan. 30 in the St. Elizabeth Ballroom on the Wartburg Campus. This event is open to Wartburg students and to the public. The event is designed to provide information on Iowa’s first in the nation caucus.
Several potential Democrats are in the running for the 2020 presidential race, and each seem to be targeting Iowa college students. In preparation for the caucuses, the Wartburg Democrats are holding a mock caucus on Jan. 30.
“There’s really been an active Wartburg TPUSA [Turning Point USA] organization on campus for the last few years, they just haven’t been a recognized student organization,” Dr. Daniel Kittle, dean of students at Wartburg College, said.
SILVIA OAKLAND, TRUMPET EDITOR-IN-CHIEF & ANNIKA WALL, TRUMPET MANAGING EDITOR Wartburg College Student Senate voted…
Andrew Yang, a 2020 Democratic Presidential candidate, will host an Interfaith Town Hall at 10 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 13, at the McCaskey Lyceum at Wartburg College.