Wartburg Alliance is hosting its Rainbow Social on Oct. 9, 6-8 p.m., in the Alliance Lounge in Löhe Hall 137. All are welcome to attend and enjoy refreshments provided by Alliance.
There’s a change coming to a longtime tradition: no homecoming court.
Wartburg College will require masks inside all campus buildings on Aug. 23 as coronavirus cases of the delta variant continue to rise.
“There will be significant facility challenges in the months of February, March and April. It will be much more challenging for our support staff with more sports competing at the same time, specifically our athletic trainers and sports information staff,” Rick Willis, Wartburg athletic director, said.
While the number of Wartburg students receiving counseling has not increased this year, COVID-19 is a challenge that may increase levels of stress and anxiety.
As he drove through the Wisconsin farmland, Ethan Townsend’s car passed cornfield after cornfield, his high beams fighting against the pressing darkness, his backseat filled with almost everything he owned. An occasional dairy farm broke up the monotony of the drive.
He couldn’t help but feel relief.
Athletes at Wartburg College have begun to consider a fifth year of eligibility with COVID-19 influencing the American Rivers Conference (A-R-C) to postpone or shorten many sports seasons.
RYAN REEBENACKER, KNIGHT WIRE MANAGER As the Knights move into the American Rivers Conference tournament with the No. 1 seed, and nurse NCAA Tournament run hopes for the fourth-straight year, a spotlight is shone not on any one player, but on the entire team. It’s not debated often who Wartburg basketball’s best player is. Who […]
Two Wartburg sports legends, Coach Bob Amsberry and Emma Gerdes were honored for their major milestones in their sports careers.
Jordon Brandon ’21, a heavyweight transfer student, stepped onto the mat with the Knights down by three and a disadvantage in criteria. His situation was complex, yet simple: dominate, or Wartburg loses.