Oviedo, a city in Spain known for its beautifully grand architecture, rich history, and delicious cuisine, was home to a group of four Wartburg students for 10 weeks over the summer.
Greg Kneser has been hired as the Dean of Students and Vice President of Student Life at Wartburg.
Another school year has started at Wartburg College and the winds of change are blowing across campus. Wartburg welcomes 10 new faculty members across different departments like education, music and science.
Wartburg men’s and women’s cross country are running for a cause this season as they continue to honor former coach and athletic director, John Kurtt, ‘53, who passed away on Aug. 23 of 2022, at age 91.
Wartburg women’s soccer is off to a blistering 6-0 start to begin the season and new head coach, Emily Ryan, has yet to lose a game in her time at Wartburg.
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.
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.
Wartburg’s women’s soccer team has also begun their spring season for the first time in nearly three years.
Dr. Rebecca Neiduski was announced as the 18th president of Wartburg College on March 21. Current President Darrel Colson plans to retire at the end of the academic year.
Ninety Wartburg first year students as well as those across all years have had the added stress of moving this month due to renovations in Vollmer Hall.